For those of you lamenting the loss of the Second Avenue Deli in New York when it closed its doors greater than a year ago, the good news is that it is set to re-open.
There is nothing like Kosher delicatessen in New York for either a delicious satisfying meal or a simple nosh between meals. Imagine the pastrami sandwiches on rye bread with spicy brown mustard, accompanied by a potato knish, a bowl of matzoh ball soup, and an assortment of sour pickles and half-sour pickles. This must be consumed with a Dr. Brown’s cream soda.
This is only one of countless combinations of enjoying authentic New York Kosher delicatessen cuisine.