February 10, 2012 09:18:20 AM

Ayala Cohen


Far Rockaway, NY


A pastrami sandwich on rye, with extra mayo and mustard. With a pickle and cole slaw on the side.


New York City delis (whether kosher, kosher-style, or otherwise) are a New York City institution, representing the hard-working immigrant trying to eke out a living in this great city, by preparing the greatest sandwiches that $12.99 can buy.

Comments [1]

Liz Reddick from Manhattan

Mayo on pastrami? Yuck. Though the deli sandwich is a NY staple.

Feb. 22 2012 01:24 PM

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