Carnegie Deli, Midtown Manhattan

Carnegie Deli, Midtown Manhattan
Location: 854 Seventh Ave., New York Carnegie Deli is probably one on the most well-known eateries 3 in all of New York City, welcoming people from around the world to the quintessential Jewish eating experience. Kids love this deli, which offers the best in sandwiches and other fine Jewish foods such as knish, blintzes, and elaborate desserts. Most people visit this centrally-located deli for the mile-high sandwiches, piled with such meats as pastrami, corned beef, or roast beef, stacked on fresh Jewish-style rye bread. Simply mouthwatering! Only the extremely hungry seem to be able to actually consume the whole sandwich, presenting the opportunity to take the rest home for a little midnight snack. As a matter of fact, the owners of Carnegie Deli note that their sandwiches weigh a whopping 1.25 pounds! Open nearly all day long, the deli serves all three meals and everything in between. Breakfast is just as delectable as lunch and dinner and the children will be thrilled at the selection of desserts. Try one of several versions of cheesecake or the restaurant‘s amazing cream pies or huge cookies. For the calorie-conscious who dare to enter the premises, there are several salad selections from which to choose as well. The lines at Carnegie Deli are quite long throughout much of the day so plan accordingly, especially if your kids are tired and hungry.