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Carnegie Delicatessen - New York, NY


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Carnegie Delicatessen

854 7th Ave
New York, NY 10019
Neighborhood: Midtown West
(800) 334-5606
www.carnegiedeli.com
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Economics: Popular deli sandwiches ranged $13.95-$19.95 (sharing $3.00 extra). Deli and egg sandwich selections ranged $9.95-$13.95 (cheese $3.00 extra). There were also a few sandwich platters (sandwich with a side or two) ranging $24.95-$27.95 and fish platters $17.95-$23.95.

Atmosphere: Carnegie Deli had an open and inviting atmosphere with plenty of sit down seating inside. The deli is super popular among locals, tourists and even famous figures. It is located in Midtown Manhattan and has been family owned and operated since it first opened in 1937.

Taste: We had Sandy's grilled chicken breast sandwich. It was a good size and tasted delicious. It came with a juicy, tender, lightly salted and peppered grilled chicken breast with tomatoes and iceberg lettuce on a fresh roll.

Service: The service was fast and friendly. We placed our order at the large deli counter display and paid at the cashier using our meal ticket. During peak hours there can be a wait.

Carnegie Delicatessen - Manhattan New York
Carnegie Delicatessen is a world famous delicatessen and true landmark in New York. It is located in the Midtown West Neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City at 854 7th Avenue between 54th Street and 55th Street. Carnegie’s also has locations in the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas, Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut, Six Flags in New Jersey and at The Sands Casino in Bethlehem, PA.

Carnegie Delicatessen - Manhattan New York
Carnegie Deli had an open and inviting atmosphere with plenty of sit down seating inside. The deli is super popular among locals, tourists and even famous figures. The first thing we noticed when we walked in was numerous packaged salami’s lined up hanging above the window and large deli counter where we placed our order. Also, the inside walls were filled with pictures of celebrities, dignitaries, athletes and Carnegie fans and customers.

Carnegie Delicatessen - Manhattan New York
Carnegie Deli opened in 1937 in midtown Manhattan across from Carnegie Hall as a 40 seat restaurant. When the original owners retired in 1976, the deli was taken over by the Milton Parker restaurant group. The deli remains family owned and operated but now by Milton Parker’s daughter Marian Levine and her husband Sandy Levine.

Carnegie Delicatessen - Manhattan New York
All of the meats at Carnegie Delicatessen are smoked and cured in their own plant in Carlstadt, New Jersey. And all of the sandwiches are chock-full of at least one pound of meat. The deli is well-known for their award winning pastrami sandwich and many other sandwiches such as corned beef, brisket and “The Woody Allen.” And starting March 26, 2012, Carnegie Deli will unveil the all new “Jetbow” sandwich inspired by the recent arrival to New York Jets, Tim Tebow.

Carnegie Delicatessen - Manhattan New York
We would have tried the “Jetbow” but since it wasn’t on the menu yet we ordered Sandy’s grilled chicken breast sandwich ($13.95) which came with two of Carnegie’s signature cured pickles.

Carnegie Delicatessen - Manhattan New York
Sandy’s grilled chicken breast sandwich was a good size and tasted delicious.

Carnegie Delicatessen - Manhattan New York
The sandwich came with a juicy and tender grilled breast of chicken which was lightly salted and peppered. It was generously topped with sliced tomato and iceberg lettuce and served on a delicious light and fluffy toasted sandwich roll.

Carnegie Delicatessen - Manhattan New York
For huge and delicious sandwiches from a world famous deli, be sure to visit Carnegie Delicatessen in the Midtown West Neighborhood of Manhattan in New York. You won’t be disappointed!


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