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Sarge's Delicatessen


548 3rd Ave, New York
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Sarge’s feels like a cross between a Jewish deli and a diner in all the best ways. Ideally you want a corner booth, so you can stretch out and settle down for a long meal of gigantic proportions. Everything here is huge, from the “appetizer” portion of stuffed cabbage that could feed a family of four to the open-faced, melty-cheese-covered sandwiches. We’re partial to the #20, a tower of corned beef and pastrami on grilled rye bread, covered in broiled Swiss cheese and sauerkraut. You’ll be full after this, but get the cheesecake anyway.

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