27 "Deli" Restaurants in New York.
Shelsky’s in Cobble Hill is a classic Jewish appetizing and deli spot, with some of the chewiest and best bagels in Brooklyn.
Edy’s Grocer is a Lebanese deli in Greenpoint where you can pick up dips, or have a nice brunch or lunch.
On Saturdays and Thursdays only, Fiore’s Deli in Hoboken serves a very special roast beef sandwich with fresh mozzarella.
Calabria Pork Store is a deli in the Bronx with lots and lots of sausages hanging from the ceiling.
Foster Sundry is a gourmet butcher shop in Bushwick where you can get coffee and a great biscuit sandwich.
Tasty Deli has been a serious takeout operation in Washington Heights since 1957 and the cold cut sandwiches here are worth making a trip for.
Shelsky’s Brooklyn Bagels, in Park Slope, serves extremely good bagel sandwiches and smoked fish.
The Brooklyn Navy Yard location of Russ & Daughters is huge, and a good place to get bagels, smoked fish, and baked goods.
2nd Floor Bar & Essen is a semi-hidden bar above 2nd Ave Deli on the Upper East Side. It’s perfect for date night, and the food is great.
Teitel Brothers is a little grocery store on Arthur Avenue in The Bronx packed with cheeses, nuts, olive oils, and hanging pork legs.
Pete’s Clam Stop is a small, counter-service spot a block from the subway and the beach in Coney Island.
The founder of Feltman’s allegedly invented the hot dog, and this Coney Island spot still makes some of the best hot dogs around.
Ben’s Kosher Deli is a kosher spot in the Garment District with deli classics and excellent matzo ball soup.