Time Out says
This cavernous cafeteria is a repository of New York history—glossies of celebs spanning the past century crowd the walls, and the classic Jewish deli offerings are nonpareil. Start with a crisp-skinned, all-beef hot dog for less than a fiver. Then flag down a meat cutter and order one of the legendary sandwiches. The brisket sings with horseradish, and the thick-cut pastrami stacked high between slices of rye is the stuff of dreams. Everything tastes better with a glass of the hoppy house lager; if you’re on the wagon, make it a Dr. Brown’s.
Time Out tip: The When Harry Met Sally table is labeled in the center of the restaurant. Snag it if you can.
205 E Houston St
|Cross street:||at Ludlow St|
|Transport:||Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 8am–10:45pm; Thu, Sun 8am–10:45pm; Fri 8am–2:45am; Sat 24 hours; Sunday 8am-10:45pm|
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