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Reopened Sarge's is a Keeper of the Deli Flame

Rabi Abonour 10 comments

In late 2012, a massive fire ravaged Murray Hill institution Sarge's Delicatessen. Over a year later, the restaurant is back open, with all the deli fare it has been serving for half a century. More

14-Inch Hero Sandwiches at Pisillo Italian Panini

A Sandwich a Day Rabi Abonour 7 comments

At over a foot long, the sandwiches at Pisillo Italian Panini certainly delivers on size. The Cagliari, with sopressata and artichoke hearts, delivers flavor to match the heft. More

Park Italian Gourmet is a Real Deli for Midtown Lunches

A Sandwich a Day Rabi Abonour 4 comments

Finding a good deli in Midtown is notoriously difficult. Could Park Italian Gourmet, with its Little Italy charm and no-frills decor, make sandwiches better than the ubiquitous steam table joint competition? More

On Your First Visit to Sorriso Pork Store, You're a Regular

A Sandwich a Day Max Falkowitz 12 comments

Sorriso Pork Store is an Italian deli in Astoria with a reputation for good sandwiches, great deli products, and some of the friendliest counter staff you'll find anywhere. It deserves that rep on all fronts. More

A Historic Salami Sandwich at Mile End

A Sandwich a Day Ben Jay 3 comments

For a change-up from Mile End's smoked meat, consider this salami and mustard sandwich on a kaiser roll. More

A Sandwich a Day: L & M Deli's Sandwiches are Decent if You're Nearby

A Sandwich a Day Ida Yu 1 comment

Don't go out of your way for this deli, but if you're nearby and in need of a quick, cheap bite, they have some sandwiches that will fill you up. More

A Sandwich a Day: Italian Deli Classics with a Twist at Il Salumaio

A Sandwich a Day Andrea Kang 2 comments

Il Salumaio is the newest Italian deli open in the Upper East Side. A small space managed by a more than friendly staff, the sandwich shop is a destination we would gladly visit again for a quick lunch fix. The sandwiches hew close to deli classics, but with some subtle twists. More

A Sandwich a Day: Pastrami at Artie's Delicatessen

A Sandwich a Day Craig Cavallo 1 comment

The sandwich reaches the vertical heights of other overstuffing deli specialists around the city, but nowhere else does the pastrami melt in your mouth quite like it does on Broadway and 83rd. More

A Sandwich a Day: Pastrami and Egg at Eisenberg's

A Sandwich a Day Craig Cavallo 2 comments

It's a simple, no frills sandwich that combines the best thing about breakfast with one of the best things about New York lunch counters. More

Market Tours: Irish Ham, Boiling Bacon, and Black Pudding at The Butcher's Block in Sunnyside, Queens

Clara Inés Schuhmacher 4 comments

On a quiet side street off Queens Boulevard in Sunnyside, Queens, there's a cartoony wooden cutout of a maniacally gleeful butcher (with unnaturally blue eyes), grasping a red cow. Then you notice the shamrocks painted on the window behind him. And the bold red letters hinting at other treats inside: boiling bacon, corned beef, black and white pudding, rashers. Welcome to The Butcher's Block, one of NYC's few Irish grocery stores. More

A Sandwich A Day: Heavyweight at Lassen & Hennigs

A Sandwich a Day Hannah Smith-Drelich Post a comment

The sandwich itself is not much besides pastrami: a few shmears of mustard keep things together on Jewish rye. If you're still unconvinced this is the real deal, try their black and white cookies, homemade daily and with icing so freshly slicked you can still see the knife strokes in the fondant. More

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