The Montreal-inspired Mile End Deli will open in Nashville late this year.
Here are the nominees for Forward Food Choice Award for best Jewish deli.
A Montreal-inspired menu, by way of Mile End Deli in Brooklyn, is now available around the country via specialty-food site FoodyDirect.
A year after Mile End Deli’s Brooklyn kitchen was devastated by Hurricane Sandy, it is up and running — and holding shabbat pop-up dinners.
When you turn on the weather and hear phrases like ‘dangerous deep freeze,’ there’s only one thing to do: put on a pot of soup. Here are our favorite Jewish soup recipes.
Preparing traditional Jewish deli meats is no easy process. Though a bright red slice of pastrami or dark, moist piece of tongue might look simple by the time it’s served on rye, meats like these have already spent up to several weeks soaking in brine, curing in a chilly walk-in, hanging up to dry or smoking in a precisely-tuned machine.
There are few Jewish restaurants I love more than Brooklyn’s Mile End. The Montreal-style deli made a name for itself by updating the idea of deli, taking the time and care to smoke its meats in house, bake its own bread and for a long time, drive bagels in weekly from Montreal to hold true to their vision. The team has also been behind some of the most exciting Jewish dinners in the country in recent years.
People don’t talk about “delis” anymore. They talk about “Deli,” the culinary genre under threat of extinction — one that a few chefs are fighting to bring back.