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  • 2nd Ave Deli stays open until 4am on Fridays and Saturdays.
  • The food served at Second Avenue Deli is certified kosher.
  • 2nd Avenue Deli offers dine-in, take-out, catering, and delivery menus seven days a week.

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Murray Hill

162 East 33rd Street
New York, NY 10016
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Nearest Transit:
33rd St-Park Ave (6)

Hours of Operation:
Sun.-Thu. 6am-12am, Fri.-Sat. 6am-4am

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Authentic Jewish Cuisine at New York City's Famous 2nd Avenue Deli

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Features: A New York City institution since 1954, 2nd Avenue Deli serves up first-rate authentic Jewish cuisine with a side of nostalgia. Hungry customers flock to 2nd Ave Deli's reincarnated East 33rd Street location and brave long lines for a taste of one of the best pastrami sandwiches in New York City.

Why We Dine: 2nd Avenue Deli is among a handful of traditional Jewish delis in Manhattan these days, offering customers a taste of authentic New York City cuisine and a chance to experience culinary history.

  • Authentic Jewish Delicacies: From their world-famous triple decker pastrami sandwiches to steaming bowls of matzoh ball soup, Second Avenue Deli wins over the hearts and stomachs of its customers with Jewish culinary classics. The portions at 2nd Avenue Deli are huge, so arrive hungry and be prepared to leave stuffed!
  • Family Tradition: In 1954, World War II refugee Abe Lebewohl opened the original 2nd Avenue Deli on East 10th Street after decades of hard work and perseverance. New York City fell in love with Abe and the city was shaken with the news of his tragic murder in 1996. Abe's family kept the restaurant afloat until landlord disputes forced the Lebewohl family to close 2nd Ave Deli in 2006. Fortunately, Abe's nephews reopened 2nd Avenue Deli two years later at a different location where the restaurant currently operates.
  • Star Power: It's no surprise that 2nd Avenue Deli has had its fair share of regulars, and some of those customers just happen to be household names. The restaurant's walls are adorned with photographs of some of 2nd Ave Deli's famous patrons including Muhammad Ali, Jerry Seinfeld, former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani, and Bob Hope.

Inside Knowledge: While some NY restaurants boast collections of fine art by world-renowned painters and photographers, the employees at 2nd Avenue Deli NYC give them a run for their money with their very own edible art collections. "Grumpy Pepper Man" and "Tomato Face Drowning in Borscht" are a couple of our favorite masterpieces on display at 2nd Ave Deli.

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  • Matzoh Ball Soup: This traditional Jewish culinary staple hits the spot on those snowy New York winter afternoons. Big bowls of piping hot chicken broth with round fluffy matzoh balls, carrots, tender chunks of chicken, and egg noodles will warm your bones and have you singing praises for 2nd Ave Deli's authentic matzoh ball soup.
  • Potato Pancakes: You say "potato pancake" I say "latke"- either way you'll be saying "seconds, please!" 2nd Avenue Deli NYC's potato pancakes are crispy, enormous, and delicious!

Restaurant Amenities

  • Brunch
  • Catering Services
  • Facilities for the Disabled
  • Delivery
  • Donations/Charity
  • Full Bar
  • Open for Holiday Dining
  • Homemade Desserts
  • Kid Friendly
  • Late Dining
  • Sunday Brunch
  • Take-Out Available
  • Wheelchair Access