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The Best Pastrami Sandwich In NYC | Best Of The Best

Alana Yzola: Hey, everyone, I’m Alana. Herrine Ro: And I’m Herrine. Alana: And today, we are
traveling around New York City to find the best Both: pastrami sandwich. Herrine: I love, love, love,
love, love pastrami sandwiches. There are pastrami sandwiches
basically sold everywhere throughout the city.
Alana: True. Herrine: They are found in
bodegas, mom-and-pop stores, and just giant restaurants
that have been around for over a century. Alana: Yeah, and we narrowed it down to the four major spots you should hit, and, being from New York, I’ve heard of some of these places. Herrine: And some of these
places we basically picked out off of just good, old-fashioned
internet research, and that’s about it.
Alana: Cross-referenced it. Herrine: Yeah. That’s about it. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Alana: All right. Well, I am starving. Let’s go. Herrine: Our first stop is Harry & Ida’s. Alana: Located in the East Village, it’s a sandwich counter and general store best known for its modern
take on the pastrami sandwich. Customer: For the best pastrami sandwich, come to f—ing Harry & Ida’s. Oh, I said f—. Will Horowitz: So, Harry and
Ida is my great grandparents, and they had a delicatessen up
in Harlem about 70 years ago, and me and my sister,
Julie, opened this place about five years ago,
just to keep it alive. So, the traditional pastrami in New York is a beef brisket, and it’s
seasoned with coriander, garlic, sometimes a
little bit of allspice, and plenty of black pepper and salt. If you want to get really traditional, then you hand-slice it and throw
it over a rye with mustard. But we don’t do anything like that. I’d say our pastrami is definitely
a little bit more unique. For one, we’re one of the
only places in New York that still smokes it by hand ourselves, and we’re using the fattier
part of the backbone. It’s like a more marbled steak. And it looks like our ingredients are a little bit different. We have things like fish sauce in it, to all sorts of other crazy spices that you wouldn’t typically find. For me, I wanted to change up the bread. I grew up with it, I’ve had it before. But we wanted it to be
something different. We put on a pretty generous
amount of anchovy mustard and a buttermilk-fermented cucumber slaw with toasted rye berry. And a huge amount of fresh dill on top. You’re getting a lot of the old flavors, but it definitely comes in a totally, totally different form. The toughest part is to get
traditionalists and purists to actually try the sandwich. Because people get very offended that we don’t have rye bread
or traditional mustard on it. But always, without question,
once we get someone to try it, they’re hooked for life. Alana: Oh, my gosh! Herrine: OK, first things first. Let’s try the pastrami by itself. Alana: Pastrami by itself. Got it. Herrine: That marbling. Alana: Ooh. Herrine: And thickness. Alana: OK. Herrine: Shall we? Alana: Yep! Alana: OK. Herrine: I don’t think
I’ve ever been this happy, in a very long time. Alana: I have to say, like, first bite reminds me
more of, like, a steak or, like, a dinner than, like, what I think of, like, you
know, thinly sliced pastrami. This is more like a meal. Herrine: I’m more curious about the bread. Alana: Yeah. Herrine: And before this gets
any colder, let’s take a bite. Alana: All right! Herrine: Mm. It’s so good. Alana: Oh, my God, this is it! What is this, cucumber? Herrine: You should
swallow before you talk. Alana: Oh, my God! Sorry! Herrine: The pastrami
is so thick and so fatty that the dill and the pickled cucumber cuts through that richness. Alana: You killed that, you
ate it faster than I did. Herrine: Mm-hmm! Alana: You weren’t lying. Our second stop is Katz’s Deli. A New York City staple and arguably the most famous
pastrami spot we’re visiting. Customer: It’s the best. It’s the best pastrami ever, anywhere. I think what makes
Katz’s pastrami the best is the way they cut their meat. It’s the cutters. They have the magic. It’s the very best. Jake Dell: If New Orleans has beignets, New York has pastrami. Herrine: This is Jake Dell. He is the fifth-generation
owner at Katz’s Deli. Jake: And if you’re
talking about pastrami, there’s no better place than Katz’s Deli. It’s not just me, but our customers think that we have the best pastrami
sandwich in the world, because we cure it ourselves,
we smoke it ourselves. It’s done the old-fashioned way. We’ve never changed the
recipe here at Katz’s. It’s the same flavors that
you would have had in 1888. When you first come in, you get a ticket. That’s your everything. So, if you don’t have a
ticket, we put you to work. And maybe 30 years
later, we let you leave. Jake: Then, you go down the line and start figuring out what you want. It’s cafeteria style. Alana: Twenty-two, nah! Herrine: You can pay for this. Wow, that’s steep! Jake: Then, you go to the cutters. When you get to the front of that line, you better know what you want, because we’ll yell at you a little bit. Herrine: Pastrami on rye. Alana: Pastrami on rye. I don’t like being yelled at. The pastrami on rye! Herrine: Yell at her! We were told you would yell. Jake: The cutter’s gonna give you a nice taste of that pastrami. Get you excited for the real thing. Alana: Free samples! This is like Costco. Herrine: You can’t compare
this place with Costco! Jake: There’s only one real
way to eat a pastrami sandwich, in my opinion, and that is on rye with a little bit of mustard. That’s all you need. Alana: Oh, God, all right. Herrine: All right, that way. Alana: All right. How
do we even find a seat? Herrine: This was probably,
like, the first place I’ve had a pastrami sandwich, like, ever, and now it’s one of my favorite foods. Alana: Really? Herrine: So, what about you? Alana: I’ve never been here. My parents have been here. Herrine: But you’re from Long Island. Alana: OK! I know. I don’t get out much! Let’s see if it lives up to the hype. Herrine: Cheers.
Alana: Cheers! It just oozes juice. Herrine: While I like
my pastrami very thin, I appreciate the thick slabs here, because it just has that
extra hearty mouth feel. Alana: Right. I want to try this with the mustard. Herrine: What? That was cute! As Alana struggles, I shall teach you how it’s done. Alana: Go for it. Girl, you just, like, that
was, like, some snake moves! Did you ever see, like, a snake? Herrine: I am so happy right now. Alana: This is gonna
be pretty hard to beat. Alana: Our third stop is David’s Brisket House in Brooklyn. It was once a Jewish-owned and now, it’s owned and operated by a Muslim family. Riyadh Gazali: To be honest
with you, the reaction is, they always say it’s a five
star, it’s better than Katz’s. Customer: People always
talk about David’s Brisket. “You have to go try the pastrami!” It lives up to its billing. Riyadh: There’s a review on Yelp. It’s a Jewish guy, he came in here, and he said the same thing. He was very skeptical about the food, but then he wrote a big review, saying he wishes his mom
never catch him doing this. It’s like a taboo. We split it in two processes. We do it in a steam, on at 350 degrees, and then after we finish
cooking it, we let it stay, turn off the heat and keep it in there. I mean, it is time-consuming,
but it’s worth the while. My personal opinion is when you cut it with a slicing machine, it tastes a lot better. It holds its juice in it. But when you cut it thick, it just doesn’t taste sandwich-like. It tastes more like a meal. Both: Three, two, one! Mm. Alana: So, when I first took a bite of the pastrami by itself, again, the seasoning stood out, but I didn’t think it was, you know, as juicy as the ones we’ve had before. But in the sandwich form, all the juices that were on the meat keep
getting caught within each other. Herrine: I agree. It’s like, you know those,
like, stone waterfalls? Alana: Yeah! Yeah, so, like, if the juice is the water, and the stones are the meat, it’s just, like, all up in there. All in the crevices. Herrine: Yeah! We are such great food reviewers! I feel like the pastrami here has a lot more of,
like, a seasoning taste. I don’t think the meat here is as, like, tender.
Alana: Right. Herrine: But you’re still
getting that very hearty, fatty, marbled taste every
time you take a bite. I could probably do with… more pastrami. Alana: Our last stop is 2nd
Ave Deli in Murray Hill. The Kosher restaurant has
been family-owned since 1954 and is known for its Jewish deli classics and modern menu items. Customer: So, 2nd Ave Deli is
surely my favorite restaurant in the area. It’s a good deli to get anything. This would be my last meal if I ever had a last
meal that I had to order. Jack Lebewohl: We came up what we consider is the right recipe, and we think we have the
best pastrami in the world. The secret is the spicing, and in the preparation and the steaming, just, it’s a combination
of many different factors, and getting it just right. We slice it so fine. It just tastes better. Whoever does the slicing
has to know what he’s doing. Herrine: Like, literally,
you can see through it. Employee: Yeah, you can see through! See? The thinner the slice is
like the melt in the mouth. Jack: People come in here, and they can’t eat just a little bit. And we know that. And that’s why we make it super thick. Herrine: I’m coming in
here a little biased. Alana: OK. Because I come here at least once a month. Alana: Once a month, Herrine? Herrine: When I look for
a great pastrami sandwich, I want that rye bread
to be super-duper plush, I want that meat to be fatty,
juicy and well marbled, and have, like, the exterior seasoning to just, like, really shine
through through each bite. And I get that here every time. It is consistent. Alana: Well, I kinda want to try it now. Herrine: You’re gonna have a bite of this and just be like, “This is it!” Alana: Jeez! OK. So good! Mm! OK, the seasonings aren’t just
flavoring the meat for me, like you were saying, they were, like, adding that
crunch and that texture. Herrine: They steam the pastrami here for a longer time than other places because it, like, just makes
it even more juicy and moist. Try it with the mustard now. Alana: OK. Is there any meat left in this? You smeared the whole thing with mustard! Herrine: Just the top part! Alana: Fine, I suppose. All right. Mm. OK. Herrine: This is a sandwich for the gods! Doesn’t get any better than that. Alana: No, OK. Straight up, the sandwich was, like, 9.5. Mustard made it, like, easy 12. Herrine: It’s the moment
you’ve been waiting for! Alana: Oh, my God, all right. This was really hard. I think it was probably, like,
one of the hardest episodes that we’ve shot so far. Herrine: I am so sick of pastrami! I am so sick of pastrami! Alana: Let’s decide
which one was the best. Herrine: All righty, I already have mine. Alana: I already know what it’s gonna be. Herrine: I already know
she’s gonna be wrong. Alana: One, two, three! Herrine: I knew it. I’m disappointed. Alana: You’re so predictable! Herrine: I’m sorry, what? Alana: So, why do you think
that 2nd Ave Deli is the best? Herrine: Why do I know that
2nd Ave Deli is the best? Alana: I said what I said. Herrine: 2nd Ave Deli always has, always will be my
favorite pastrami sandwich in New York City. It’s consistent. It’s good every time. I love the thinness of the pastrami. I think the layering
of it just really makes for a very satisfying mouth feel. It still sticks to its roots of, like, just that classic,
iconic pastrami sandwich. What about you? Why did you pick Harry & Ida’s? Alana: Well, I’m glad that you admitted that 2nd Ave Deli is and has always been your favorite deli. So you admit, you’re biased a little bit. Herrine: No, I came in with an open mind! Alana: That’s good. Ah, no, like, thinking about
it, what you said makes sense. You know, the meat is cut
super thin, it is very juicy, it is very seasoned. I definitely see why you made that choice. However, for me, it’s
2019, and I think it’s time to sort of, you know, modernize
the pastrami sandwich. I personally love the
seasoning on Harry & Ida’s. Herrine: I agree with you. Alana: It was flavorful. The meat itself so juicy and marbled. Herrine: It literally tasted like brisket. Alana: Oh, my god! It was just melt in your mouth! And then, the bread itself. I personally, you know, after tasting all of the pastrami sandwiches, I don’t think I’m a big,
huge fan of rye bread. Herrine: You’re pitting
against a new sandwich, Alana: With its, like, Herrine: with, like, a perfect
Alana: the staple. Herrine: OG sandwich. OK, so, Alana, do you concede? Do you want to debate more? Someone’s gotta give. Alana: All right, all right. For this one time. But I guess, for this one
time, I’ll have to concede. Herrine: Y’all, there
are more episodes here. I just want a tally.
Alana: I’ll concede! Herrine: That’s twice now. Alana: Whatever! I guess I gotta give it to 2nd Ave Deli. Herrine: It’s 2nd Ave Deli. Alana: All right, guys! Herrine: You heard it here first. Alana: You agree with Herrine over here, or do you think that Harry & Ida’s deserve the No. 1 spot? Herrine: Or was it one of
the two places we visited that didn’t make our boards? Alana: Or a completely other place that we didn’t even hear of? Herrine: Let us know in
the comment section below. Bye! Alana: See you!


Thomas Matthew

Aug 8, 2019, 7:19 pm Reply

Great tits on the darker one. Yum


Aug 8, 2019, 7:24 pm Reply

Why youtube recommends this type of videos at 3 AM?

NuSsE_Iz ReAl

Aug 8, 2019, 7:27 pm Reply

Is that Rie!?

stoned platypus

Aug 8, 2019, 7:32 pm Reply

joey tribbiani approved


Aug 8, 2019, 7:50 pm Reply

I'm full just looking at the food .

N33D 4 5LEEP

Aug 8, 2019, 7:57 pm Reply

Herrine eats like hell but has gained zero weight. How tf u do dat?!?!

Sancho G

Aug 8, 2019, 8:08 pm Reply

This is not kosher.

Kisembe Namusyule

Aug 8, 2019, 8:20 pm Reply

I’m not from New York (D.C.). But what’s the point of a sandwich with that much meat with no cheese on sourdough and not brioche? Shrug ?‍♂️

Andrea Bianchi

Aug 8, 2019, 8:24 pm Reply

7:06 😉


Aug 8, 2019, 8:25 pm Reply

Interesting all the names we have for a simple brisket.

Lex F.

Aug 8, 2019, 8:35 pm Reply



Aug 8, 2019, 9:36 pm Reply

What about Eisenbergs Sandwich?

Yellow Flash

Aug 8, 2019, 9:42 pm Reply

5:02 = fat homeboy takes his job too seriously. Lighten up, its just food, not a nightclub lol


Aug 8, 2019, 9:46 pm Reply

Buzzfeed, you got beat to the punch. Now Steven and Andrew need to play catch-up to make this Worth It episode happen, already!

Omar P. Garcia

Aug 8, 2019, 9:50 pm Reply

5:45 food insider please replace.


Aug 8, 2019, 9:50 pm Reply

Too bad Carnegie Sandwiches is closed.


Aug 8, 2019, 10:23 pm Reply

Herrine has the smallest mouth with the biggest bite.


Aug 8, 2019, 10:26 pm Reply

Watching this in my bed hungry

Ed Wu

Aug 8, 2019, 11:09 pm Reply

If i did food reviews i would be like 900lbs?

Live Love

Aug 8, 2019, 11:33 pm Reply

Before i even watch. I will always say Katz, always the best

Eugenia Syro

Aug 8, 2019, 11:34 pm Reply

I won't go to a Muslim business. The end.

Kenan Selimovic

Aug 8, 2019, 11:43 pm Reply

Overpriced piece of shit

Caryl Cabigao

Aug 8, 2019, 11:59 pm Reply

at 4:35 why is the guy cutting meat throwing away the meat cuts? or..

Big K

Aug 8, 2019, 12:34 am Reply

I think it’s funny how Herrine just eats the bottom of the sandwich.

Space tunes

Aug 8, 2019, 12:51 am Reply

Identity crisis on steroids. Never forget who you were born to be. Dying your hair a color that’s not naturally your own or speaking like someone you’re not doesn’t make you another person.

Ario Seno

Aug 8, 2019, 1:56 am Reply

What pastrami meat come from? Beef?

Mutantes Racing Team Downhill

Aug 8, 2019, 2:02 am Reply

holy shit


Aug 8, 2019, 2:07 am Reply

is it just me or is there someone wheezing in the beginning of the video really really bad >_>

Aarmau Forever

Aug 8, 2019, 3:26 am Reply

Pastrami on rye with a sour pickle

Ray Review

Aug 8, 2019, 3:28 am Reply

Gudeg Lindu is dabest?

Nadav ALON

Aug 8, 2019, 3:28 am Reply

They aren’t even talking about the food they are just eating and the asian just says shes happy she eats food.

Nathan Toro

Aug 8, 2019, 3:56 am Reply

I rather go to Katz's Deli when visiting New York City.

Tufahal Ali

Aug 8, 2019, 4:02 am Reply

Does anyone know if David’s Brisket house is Halal?

C.C Yuu

Aug 8, 2019, 4:14 am Reply

22.45. I can cook 3 dinners with that money.

Edgar Luna

Aug 8, 2019, 4:21 am Reply

I only tried David's Brisket and that's all I need, great price, awesome food and no tourist.


Aug 8, 2019, 4:31 am Reply

The owner of Katz's always seem like kind of a douche in any video.

Khondker Rifat Hossain

Aug 8, 2019, 4:41 am Reply

I am loosing my Mind…

Tarik Sykes aka DUNKonDUNKS

Aug 8, 2019, 4:48 am Reply


Mika Gaming

Aug 8, 2019, 4:51 am Reply

who need these??

Anthony Hernandez

Aug 8, 2019, 5:09 am Reply

Yes swallow lmao

To Be Honest

Aug 8, 2019, 5:13 am Reply


no one needs that much meat

To Be Honest

Aug 8, 2019, 5:15 am Reply

ASIAN! Where's Teeth?

"Internet research" …..so you googled where to get a sandwich …this channel is a ?show

Sumi S

Aug 8, 2019, 6:04 am Reply

The Katz’s, they are charging you for eating in NYC & not so much for pastrami ?

jose peralta

Aug 8, 2019, 6:06 am Reply

Harry's yes #1.
Kat's commercialized rent…but great pastrami.
David's yup is third but it's hype proceeds itself.
2nd to last but the point made true thin see through cuts and thickness no skimping..

مهدي الغواديلوبي ابو مريم

Aug 8, 2019, 6:19 am Reply

This was definitely some snake move … LOL

Rushikesh Tarlekar

Aug 8, 2019, 6:44 am Reply

Ohh Kat’z!!! Haven’t heard that….. since yesterday. ?

Cool Pad

Aug 8, 2019, 6:52 am Reply

Isn't that the same restaurant where harry met SEJAL?

Ron Thompson

Aug 8, 2019, 7:01 am Reply

You like what you like ,Me I want a sandwich from each place flown out to ca for me .now that would be a little taste of the good life ,but I notice one resteraunt had a hugh crowd of people compare to other places ,had very few people and that one.reteraunt was bigger inside and it's the one you see in Harry met Sally

Jonathan Derby

Aug 8, 2019, 7:24 am Reply

Langers’s Deli is #1 , beats anything NYC has to offer. Come to LA ,7th and Alvarado ! Not only is the meat better but the rye bread is fire !

mt nguyen

Aug 8, 2019, 7:33 am Reply

17,5 for the first one.. new york prices are outrages

Morrie Mukoda

Aug 8, 2019, 7:33 am Reply

Who are the junior producers?


Aug 8, 2019, 8:05 am Reply

22.45 for a sandwich at Katz is a disgrace to NYC, it's only for tourist or the rich, struggling New Yorkers can never eat there, NYC supports Katz, but NYC people can't afford to eat there, kiss my ass Katz and l'm a native New Yorker born and raised.

Vinz Mīu

Aug 8, 2019, 8:40 am Reply

Yell at her! We were told you would yell!

Brandon Meenan

Aug 8, 2019, 9:22 am Reply

Please do an episode of “Best Of The Best” with the best BBQ in Kansas City.


Aug 8, 2019, 9:56 am Reply

i know who makes a good pastrami but he doesn't have a stall/shop he's @Guga Foods

El Tigrero

Aug 8, 2019, 10:09 am Reply

looks burnt and greasy
very bad

array s

Aug 8, 2019, 10:32 am Reply

I watched 25 mins of this video, and now I am hungry

Marcus Don Marzan

Aug 8, 2019, 10:37 am Reply

Why does he sounds like trump


Aug 8, 2019, 11:47 am Reply

Zapp's Voodoo chips have crack in them. I can't stay away from them.


Aug 8, 2019, 12:14 pm Reply

Toasties’ “House Combo
Grilled Pastrami With Corned Beef, Melted Swiss Cheese, Coleslaw & Russian Dressing.” Katz wasn’t memorable to me; haven’t tried 2nd yet

Mahamed garbagooye

Aug 8, 2019, 12:28 pm Reply

Food best somalia


Aug 8, 2019, 12:40 pm Reply

Harry and aida for sure.

Khizza Tenizo

Aug 8, 2019, 1:12 pm Reply

psh. i want to try thaatt sooo baadd :‹


Aug 8, 2019, 3:10 pm Reply

I don’t like that ole girl always concedes or that anyone does. Stick to your guns. If you liked it Harry and Ida’s more, you liked it more. Personally, I hate rye bread too, so if I still ate meat, I would pick Harry & Ida’s too.


Aug 8, 2019, 3:23 pm Reply

Pastrami is a waste of a brisket.

Mark Rigsby

Aug 8, 2019, 3:43 pm Reply


John Davis

Aug 8, 2019, 6:41 pm Reply

The Black girl has the best figure, she is not fat, but has some meat on her. The Asian girl is so thin it makes her not so attractive.

Bob Builder

Aug 8, 2019, 9:30 pm Reply

"I don't think I have ever been this happy in a very long time" not the brightest.


Aug 8, 2019, 1:23 am Reply

I've never had a pastrami sandwich before. This makes me motivated to plan a trip to New York to get one. So excited!

Endoflight tv

Aug 8, 2019, 2:02 am Reply

New York costumer service is the worst in the World ! They lost the art of taking care of a costumer just because they believe they have big heads !

Jenn Glow

Aug 8, 2019, 3:53 am Reply


Traditional Tools

Aug 8, 2019, 4:05 am Reply

$17 & $22 usd sandwich off the hopp?! That's insane. Those sandwiches better rub your shoulders and feet too.


Aug 8, 2019, 4:31 am Reply

They should do a best Reuben sandwich next.

Habiba Rahman

Aug 8, 2019, 5:40 am Reply

Go to Bangladesh….. there are version types of delicious food…you never eat before

Mannequin X

Aug 8, 2019, 7:43 am Reply

Why does everything have to be in NYC and LA?

Oscar Nguyen

Aug 8, 2019, 10:01 am Reply

I'm Australian and my family went to katz deli and it was really good. But it is a lot bigger then you would think, when I say bigger I don't just mean big in size but hard to finish. It's also really expensive, $40 each sandwich. Not much but meat, but great quality.


Aug 8, 2019, 6:25 pm Reply

What food should we rate next on Best of the Best? Let us know in the comments below!


Aug 8, 2019, 6:26 pm Reply

すっご❤いいな! 味濃いそうだけど。。

Danger Zone

Aug 8, 2019, 10:13 pm Reply

$22.45 for a sandwich is highway robbery. I am going to blacklist Katz.

Charlie M

Aug 8, 2019, 10:19 pm Reply

It looks good till you see the price tag

A wet Loli

Aug 8, 2019, 10:29 pm Reply

Best Ruben in Omaha

Jonah C. Evans

Aug 8, 2019, 1:18 am Reply

Katz is best


Aug 8, 2019, 3:36 am Reply

I immediately knew Katz’s was gonna be on here.

Sabit Ahmed

Aug 8, 2019, 6:40 am Reply

It's 2nd Ave, Benz & Katz. All 3 are fantastic. Can't go wrong with any of these 3.

ka him ma

Aug 8, 2019, 7:56 am Reply

I would get a shawma than this anytime and it's much cheaper

Troy Robinson

Aug 8, 2019, 10:32 am Reply

Why would she want someone to yell at her friend and co-worker freak

Mayang Nugroho

Aug 8, 2019, 3:41 pm Reply

Hey insider how about you make a video about how Herrine maintains her body weight and shape after all the food

Christian Adams

Aug 8, 2019, 3:31 am Reply

17.50?? For a pastrami Bahn Mhi

Rahul Biswas

Aug 8, 2019, 4:37 am Reply

Katz is overrated garbage


Aug 8, 2019, 2:31 pm Reply

Harry + Idas. I personally don't like thin meat cuts.

wolf3 3

Aug 8, 2019, 7:29 pm Reply

asian b back at it again with the makeup


Aug 8, 2019, 11:06 pm Reply

How can someone with no lips talk so much!?

The Keto Life

Aug 8, 2019, 5:42 am Reply

I respect the guy from Harry and Ida's for trying something new. Having started out in New York I find it sad that the Carnegie is no longer an option. So it had to be Katz's or 2nd Ave. They are institutions and they looked amazing but $22.45 for a sandwich? Whaaaaaaaaaaat?!!!

Thanos’ Chin

Aug 8, 2019, 3:20 pm Reply

This black ho-stess is such a betch. Fire her.

Go Getter

Aug 8, 2019, 3:38 pm Reply

2nd ave's meat looks far too overdone and waaaaay too fatty for me. It almost looks like really cheap bacon. Obviously 2nd ave gets great reviews…maybe it's just the lighting or something.

Rigo Valdez

Aug 8, 2019, 4:14 am Reply

Am I the only one who thinks rye bread is completely disgusting


Aug 8, 2019, 6:16 pm Reply



Aug 8, 2019, 8:40 pm Reply

I would never recognize the first place as a pastrami sandwich. Is looks incredible but personally I don't know if I would call it a pastrami.


Aug 8, 2019, 1:55 pm Reply

$22 is way too much for a pastrami sandwich.


Aug 8, 2019, 4:23 pm Reply

5:07 this guy lost his ticket to leave

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