Why are hotels turning to Jewish delis for Is ‘haimish’ suddenly hot in hospitality?
Get a (literal) taste of Midge’s Jewish New York of the 50’s at this SoHo pop-up.
Carnegie Deli will serve its last mile-high pastrami sandwich today at midnight, despite a late offer from a former dishwasher to buy the restaurant for $10 million.
The iconic spot, open for almost eight decades, was where Woody Allen filmed scenes for his homage to New York, “Broadway Danny Rose.”
If you’ve never tried the famous deli, set to shutter on New Year’s Eve, you’ve got exactly two months.
While one advocacy group attempted to save the chickens, another group on Monday gathered to try and save the Carnegie Deli.
The sandwich dresses corned beef and brisket (from the butcher Lazar Wolf, of course) with Tevye the Dairyman’s Swiss cheese (because it’s holy) and Russian dressing.
After months without heat or hot water, tenants in the Carnegie Deli building are finally able to remove the multiple layers they were wearing to stay warm, and to wash again.
The owner of the Carnegie Deli and her hubby have agreed on a divorce that may keep some details of their failed marriage out of the public eye.
Wolf of Wall Street? So last decade. New York’s new supervillain is the famous eatery’s former manager, whose lawyer once defended Jordan Belfort.