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Delicatessen (Photograph: Tova Carlin)
Photograph: Tova Carlin
Delicatessen (Photograph: Tova Carlin)
Photograph: Tova Carlin
Delicatessen (Photograph: Tova Carlin)
Photograph: Tova Carlin
Delicatessen (Photograph: Tova Carlin)
Photograph: Tova Carlin
Delicatessen (Photograph: Tova Carlin)
Photograph: Tova Carlin

From the folks who brought us Chelsea’s Cafeteria comes this loud, aggressively fashionable Soho spot. Its reimagined takes on comfort food include Reuben fritters—Swiss cheese, corned beef and kraut fried into golden nuggets—and crunchy cheeseburger spring rolls, with ground beef and melted American cheese. For dessert try the black-and-white sundae: three scoops of ice cream, black-and-white cookies, chocolate sauce, whipped cream and rainbow sprinkles, skinny jeans be damned.


Venue name: Delicatessen
Address: 54 Prince St
New York
Cross street: at Lafayette St
Opening hours: Mon–Thu, Sun 7am–1am; Fri, Sat 7am–2am
Transport: Subway: B, D, F, V to Broadway–Lafayette St; N, R, W to Prince St; 6 to Spring St
Price: Average main course: $15. AmEx, MC, V
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Rite in the heart of Soho this is always my go to place when I want to start if my day of shopping. The garage style doors are open during warmer weather providing the perfect location for brunch & people watching. Everything on the menu is excellent but being a French toast girl it's alway what I order & they never disappoint. Atmosphere gets kicked up a notch for dinner when the lites are dimmed & dj spins non stop dancing jams. Close to anything your heart desires. -A true NYC treasure.

Adam V

Really cool location, with modern interior aesthetic a full dining room and bar, as well as some outdoor seating along the side. Staff is friendly and helpful, talking through the menu and making recommendations. The food is sort of new American, with fun dishes to share and a general vibe of savory comfort food. There is certainly a lot of tasty things to try. The food is complemented by a full bar - offering a selection of wines, beers, and some signature cocktails. Most of the time you can squeeze in without a reservation, which makes it a popular local spot, when in the area.

David K

I love this place -- one of the best places for spring rolls in the city. Get there a little early on a Saturday night.