Liebman's Kosher Delicatessen
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Back when Joseph Liebman first opened this Riverdale, Bronx deli in 1953, it was one of nearly 100 Jewish delicatessens in the borough. Nearly six decades later, it's one of two old-timers left. (Loeser's on W 231st is the other.) The luncheonette–rigged with Formica tabletops, padded green booths, and counter cases showcasing hulks of brisket and kosher franks–was taken over by the Dekel family in the '80s, but the menu hasn't changed over time, offering cold-cut platters, hot open-faced sandwiches and pastrami piled on rye.
552 W 235th St
|Cross street:||between Johnson and Oxford Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to 238th St|
|Price:||Average sandwich: $14|
|Opening hours:||Daily 9am–10pm|
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