This ‘Mirage’ Will Help You Cope With Losing the Carnegie Deli

More news from Sin City:

If you’re despairing over the December 31 closing of the Carnegie Deli, here’s a reminder that there’s still an ersatz version at the Mirage hotel.

“The triple-decker turkey club, open-faced Reuben and the pastrami and corned beef combo known as the Woody Allen are the most popular bites, still stacked high and difficult for one person to finish,” rhapsodizes Las Vegas Weekly.

Just close your eyes, tune out the clanging slot machines and pretend you’re on Seventh Avenue.

Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward. Contact him at kaminer@forward.com

This ‘Mirage’ Will Help You Cope With Losing the Carnegie Deli

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