Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop

★★★★★
  • 174 5th Ave Ste 1

    New York, NY 10010

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  • 212-675-5096

About Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop

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Monday To Friday From 06:30 AM To 08:00 PM Saturday From 08:00 AM To 06:00 PM Sunday From 08:00 AM To 04:00 PM

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Came here because I watched an episode of No Reservations where Anthony Bourdain ordered a ilme rickey. And that's what I had too. I thought it was suppose to taste like lime plus carbonation and other fruit juice, but it just tasted

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Came here because I watched an episode of No Reservations where Anthony Bourdain ordered a ilme rickey. And that's what I had too. I thought it was suppose to taste like lime plus carbonation and other fruit juice, but it just tasted

Pros: Quick service, decent prices

Cons: Narrow entrance, limited seats

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This really is surprising. I love chopped liver and the vegetarian versions I've had in the past are so *not* even close. Well, it's here. I can't believe it! Go grab it before they're out - I heard it's going to be a trial or a temp

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This really is surprising. I love chopped liver and the vegetarian versions I've had in the past are so *not* even close. Well, it's here. I can't believe it! Go grab it before they're out - I heard it's going to be a trial or a temp

Pros: Best vegeetarian chopped liver

Cons: n/a

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So we just had lunch here and it was so bad, I felt like I needed to take time out to create an account and write about my experience. Im a native New Yorker and I eat out all the time. A group of tourists were sitting near us and we

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So we just had lunch here and it was so bad, I felt like I needed to take time out to create an account and write about my experience. Im a native New Yorker and I eat out all the time. A group of tourists were sitting near us and we

Pros: The guy with the Hawaiian shirt at the register

Cons: Every other aspect

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While gallery browsing on a recent trip to NYC, a former photography professor of mine (and a Manhattan resident), recommended this sandwich shop for a bite to eat. Diner food at its finest! It's old, kinda grungy, and charming, too. They serve some great sandwiches. There wasn't a vacant seat at the counter when I was there; they also have tables in the back of the restaurant. Great lunch spot!

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While gallery browsing on a recent trip to NYC, a former photography professor of mine (and a Manhattan resident), recommended this sandwich shop for a bite to eat. Diner food at its finest! It's old, kinda grungy, and charming, too. They serve some great sandwiches. There wasn't a vacant seat at the counter when I was there; they also have tables in the back of the restaurant. Great lunch spot!

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After reading the reviews, I decided to visit Eisenberg's, as I was craving a pastrami sandwich. Well.....this was the best pastrami sandwich I ever had, and I have been to most of the so-called "pastrami palaces". It wasn't too lean,

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After reading the reviews, I decided to visit Eisenberg's, as I was craving a pastrami sandwich. Well.....this was the best pastrami sandwich I ever had, and I have been to most of the so-called "pastrami palaces". It wasn't too lean,

Pros: The food that I have tried was excellent, and at a great value!

Cons: Old decor, not spacious, noisey

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My first visit to Eisenberg's won't be the last. I joined a couple of friends on a Monday morning before the start of a crazy work week and enjoyed pipin' hot coffee and an awesome toasted bacon-egg-cheese bagel. It's a complete throwback

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My first visit to Eisenberg's won't be the last. I joined a couple of friends on a Monday morning before the start of a crazy work week and enjoyed pipin' hot coffee and an awesome toasted bacon-egg-cheese bagel. It's a complete throwback

Pros: Inexpensive, Friendly, Authentic

Cons: Older

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As a native New Yorker who now lives in Los Angeles (oy vey), every time I come home this place is a must-stop. They seem to have new management, because the quality of the food has greatly improved since my last visit. They now

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As a native New Yorker who now lives in Los Angeles (oy vey), every time I come home this place is a must-stop. They seem to have new management, because the quality of the food has greatly improved since my last visit. They now

Pros: Chopped Liver, New York Institution, New menu items

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I went on recommedations that they have great sandwiches and even ordered the tuna melt, which Eisenburg raves to be the best. The sandwish was tasteless, below average. For the taste I could have gone to a regular deli and gotten it for

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I went on recommedations that they have great sandwiches and even ordered the tuna melt, which Eisenburg raves to be the best. The sandwish was tasteless, below average. For the taste I could have gone to a regular deli and gotten it for

Pros: fast

Cons: food

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Pull up a seat and have a Ruben, Pastrami, or Tuna. The best sandwich shop and can be beat. The melts can't be beat and the countermen are unbelievable. Have an old fashion egg cream, but don't forget to make them use the fountain soda.

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Pull up a seat and have a Ruben, Pastrami, or Tuna. The best sandwich shop and can be beat. The melts can't be beat and the countermen are unbelievable. Have an old fashion egg cream, but don't forget to make them use the fountain soda.

Pros: Great food, cheap sandwiches, old fashioned egg cre

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I was in town from San Francisco, and found myself staring at the storefront. I just wish you could get pastrami like that in SF.

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I was in town from San Francisco, and found myself staring at the storefront. I just wish you could get pastrami like that in SF.

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Eisenberg's is the throwback to the 40's and 50's, right in midtown. This landmark, which consistently doles out excellent tuna melts and pastrami cannot be beat. They only have a few tables, but those in the know eat at the counter. I

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Eisenberg's is the throwback to the 40's and 50's, right in midtown. This landmark, which consistently doles out excellent tuna melts and pastrami cannot be beat. They only have a few tables, but those in the know eat at the counter. I

Pros: Tuna Salad, Great employees, Pastrami

Cons: Can be crowded

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Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop may have only a tiny kitchen, but it is a big contender in the world of Reuben sandwiches, matzoh ball soup and---its tour de force---tuna salad. The tuna is so good it outshines all of the traditional deli…

 

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