In this podcast, the third and final from our trip to Manhattan, Tammy and I review two of the city’s most famous delis. Carnegie Deli is known for its cheesecake and Katz Deli for its sandwiches and that scene from the movie When Harry Met Sally.
Thank you again to everyone who gave us dining recommendations. Unfortunately, we can’t review them all, but we appreciate you steering us in the right direction. Diana, we loved the Boathouse Restaurant. Central Park is amazing! Kece, Ruby Foo’s was all you promised it would be. And Aixa, Havana Central was a lot of fun! We have an entire New York City archive of restaurants still to explore, so don’t be surprised if we set out for the east coast again.
00:00 – 01:12 New York delis are like PB&J
01:13 – 02:27 Carnegie Deli serving broad and makin’ friends
02:28 – 04:07 Plate of pickles (before coffee), fried French toast and cheese blintzes
04:08 – 06:25 Cheesecake. Wanna bite? It crumbles like cheddar
06:26 – 07:11 Katz Deli – a destination
07:12 – 08:04 A tour bus! Wheel like you you’ve never wheeled before!
08:05 – 09:05 On the inside
09:06 – 10:30 Corn beef on rye or no bread for you!
10:31 – 11:18 Is $15.50 worth it for a sandwich?
11:19 – 12:48 Tuna, fries, and tray drama
12:49 – 13:35 The vibe and a full bar
13:36 – 14:33 Drink recommendations from ‘Tony’
14:34 – 15:43 Dessert and comparisons. Why rate?
15:44 – 17:19 The black and white cookie quest and the Today Show
17:20 – 18:03 Sign-off
854 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY
205 E Houston St
New York, NY
Ratings? Who needs them? Tammy and I agree. Just go to a NYC deli. It’s a MUST do!