Best Delis in NYC – Part 2

Deli is short for the word delicatessen. It’s described as a small shop selling cooked meats, cheeses and different or foreign prepared foods. It’s like an unrestricted version of a bakery, minus the unspoken rule of most of the things being sweet or baked!

New York City has a lot of amazing food places and deli food is an experience in itself. So if you’re feeling like trying something different or new, go to a New York deli and try out something truly amazing.

 

All you have to do is catch a bus to NYC from major stops like the Philadelphia bus station!

No matter what time you reach, you’ll find a deli open!

Here’s a list of some of the best delis in NYC:

 

Where: Frankel’s Delicatessen & Appetizing

Frankel’s is one of the city’s staples. The staff is amazing and the food, even better.

Address: 631 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222, USA

What to Try: The malt-sweet, hand-rolled bagels and the smoked fish.

 

Where: Pastrami Queen

Well if it’s got both of these in the name, it could be true? The legit delicious proofs they hold behind the counter make it so.

Address: 1125 Lexington Ave # 2, New York, NY 10075, USA

What to Try: Pastrami? Haha. The overstuffed beef tongue sandwiches.

 

Where: Liebman’s Kosher Delicatessen

Formica tabletops, padded green booths and huge counter cases showing the variety of meats like briskets and kosher franks? Take us there.

Address: 552 W 235th St, Bronx, NY 10463, USA

What to Try:  Open-faced sandwiches and pastrami on rye.

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