This historic Jewish deli has been a centerpiece of New York food and culture since 1888. Open 24 hours on weekends, it's the perfect end (or beginning) to your evening with a crisp-skinned, all-beef hot dog and, of course, one of their legendary sandwiches. The thick-cut pastrami stacked high between slices of rye is hands down going to be the highlight of your evening. And since you're dining in late night, you'll probably need add on an egg cream to the order.
New York is the city that never sleeps, it's no surprise that the same goes for its food-and-drink scene. But we’re not talking about greasy, nasty, only-when-you're-drunk eats but sit-down spots offering comfort-food dishes at the best Chelsea restaurants, French fare in the West Village and the best pastrami in NYC. We've even thrown in some of the best diners in NYC that make the mark. So whether you're looking for a late-night snack or a full on feast, there’s always something to curb your appetite, no matter what time it is.
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