New York Deli News

★★★★☆
  • 7105 E Hampden Ave

    Denver, CO 80224

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  • 303-759-4741

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Sun-Tue: 7am-9:30pm, Fri-Sat: 7am-11pm

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WOW !!!! I have tried some of the best Delis in Denver.. Two I have not tried and they are less then 5 blocks from each other.. Today I knocked one of those out... NYDN, What a place. My Wife and I went there on a Friday afternoon. Not

3
★★★★★

WOW !!!! I have tried some of the best Delis in Denver.. Two I have not tried and they are less then 5 blocks from each other.. Today I knocked one of those out... NYDN, What a place. My Wife and I went there on a Friday afternoon. Not

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I have never had food from New York, hope it's not like this place. I can't believe we wasted our time here, not to mention our money. Server #4 as my receipt says was so rude. My husband and I have never felt so unwelcome. She left us

3
★★★★★

I have never had food from New York, hope it's not like this place. I can't believe we wasted our time here, not to mention our money. Server #4 as my receipt says was so rude. My husband and I have never felt so unwelcome. She left us

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the waitress here was rude, very unorganized, we didn't have silverware,napkins,ketchup refills,orders were wrong.
It was the first time we had been there, we asked the waitress to explain some things on the menu,she was to busy to

3
★★★★★

the waitress here was rude, very unorganized, we didn't have silverware,napkins,ketchup refills,orders were wrong.
It was the first time we had been there, we asked the waitress to explain some things on the menu,she was to busy to

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Living in the mountains of Colorado has many attributes, yet we are missing a good deli. Do not get me wrong, we have a few chain sandwich shops which are adequate. What I am talking about is true deli food which any aficionado will advise is beyond just a sandwich.

My business brings me down to Denver a few times a month. While I am usually in downtown, I always squeeze in time to head south on I-25 to the New York Deli News. Most recently due to an overnight stay in Denver I was able to experience both lunch and breakfast at the deli.

My lunch meeting was with colleagues from the Big Apple, thus we are not an easy bunch to please. I went with the classic ??Turkey Club? which seems to only be known in the tri-state area of NYC. The NY Deli News makes it just like delis in NYC. The turkey sliced thin yet not to thin when lost texture means lost taste. The lettuce and tomato, fresh with the greens crackling and the tomatoes red and juicy. The bacon, grilled to perfection. I am a purist i.e. whole-wheat toasted and extra mayonnaise. The fries, well the McDonald??s next door may have some competition.

My partner ordered a Pastrami/Corned Beef combination and all I could think was Zocor. Yet, when his meal arrived, the meats were truly succulent. The pastrami, cured perfectly, the corned beef, just enough brine. All served on rye with a side of Russian dressing. Yes, I had to take a few bites and made sure to hit the treadmill at the hotel that night. BTW: I did ask the waitress, seems the meats are brought in from New York City.

Our other dining companions also enjoyed their meals. One ordered the French Dip with ad jus on the side. While I did not taste it, the brisket was piled high. Our 4th dining companion ordered a Cobb Salad. While impressive to look at (and I assume tasty as he polished off the bowl), a salad?

The following morning before heading back to the mountains I headed to the Deli to experience their breakfast and ordered off the back of the menu which offers specials just like in New York City. I had the cheese omelet and was surprised when provolone was offered (I did not think provolone was known west of the Mississippi). The hash browns fried a golden brown. The coffee, strong and re-filled without asking. The bill with tip, les then $10.00.

Is the New York Deli News on par with Carnegie, Katz?? or the former Kaplan??s and Wolff??s (both RIP). I can honestly say no but that is a good thing. When I dine in an area, I enjoy the unique. Katz and Carnegie are unique to New York and their setting and service. Please do not consider locations in Las Vegas! Is The New York Deli News a viable substitute on the high plains? It sure is.

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★★★★★

Living in the mountains of Colorado has many attributes, yet we are missing a good deli. Do not get me wrong, we have a few chain sandwich shops which are adequate. What I am talking about is true deli food which any aficionado will advise is beyond just a sandwich.

My business brings me down to Denver a few times a month. While I am usually in downtown, I always squeeze in time to head south on I-25 to the New York Deli News. Most recently due to an overnight stay in Denver I was able to experience both lunch and breakfast at the deli.

My lunch meeting was with colleagues from the Big Apple, thus we are not an easy bunch to please. I went with the classic ??Turkey Club? which seems to only be known in the tri-state area of NYC. The NY Deli News makes it just like delis in NYC. The turkey sliced thin yet not to thin when lost texture means lost taste. The lettuce and tomato, fresh with the greens crackling and the tomatoes red and juicy. The bacon, grilled to perfection. I am a purist i.e. whole-wheat toasted and extra mayonnaise. The fries, well the McDonald??s next door may have some competition.

My partner ordered a Pastrami/Corned Beef combination and all I could think was Zocor. Yet, when his meal arrived, the meats were truly succulent. The pastrami, cured perfectly, the corned beef, just enough brine. All served on rye with a side of Russian dressing. Yes, I had to take a few bites and made sure to hit the treadmill at the hotel that night. BTW: I did ask the waitress, seems the meats are brought in from New York City.

Our other dining companions also enjoyed their meals. One ordered the French Dip with ad jus on the side. While I did not taste it, the brisket was piled high. Our 4th dining companion ordered a Cobb Salad. While impressive to look at (and I assume tasty as he polished off the bowl), a salad?

The following morning before heading back to the mountains I headed to the Deli to experience their breakfast and ordered off the back of the menu which offers specials just like in New York City. I had the cheese omelet and was surprised when provolone was offered (I did not think provolone was known west of the Mississippi). The hash browns fried a golden brown. The coffee, strong and re-filled without asking. The bill with tip, les then $10.00.

Is the New York Deli News on par with Carnegie, Katz?? or the former Kaplan??s and Wolff??s (both RIP). I can honestly say no but that is a good thing. When I dine in an area, I enjoy the unique. Katz and Carnegie are unique to New York and their setting and service. Please do not consider locations in Las Vegas! Is The New York Deli News a viable substitute on the high plains? It sure is.

Pros: Diverse menu, cheesecake, flavors of New York City

Cons: Can be a short wait during peak hours, needs deli ambiance

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I'm a slow learner, or maybe I'm just afraid to admit the truth. It took the last 2-3 years to see the light: NYDN is simply a waste of time and money.

My wife and I stopped in for a light lunch yesterday. She had the chicken noodle soup and we shared the rare roast beef on rye. I also ordered a side of coleslaw. Our service was OK - this has always been a hit-or-miss part of eating there.

My wife thought the beef was good, but I couldn't taste much of anything. Odd for a $9 sandwich! The most disappointing parts were the bread - sliced so thin the whole thing fell apart as soon as you picked it up! Talk about missing the taste of a component of the meal. If there isn't much bread to chew through, you can't claim you tasted it!

Worse was the coleslaw side dish. Thinly shredded, dry and 'aged' to the point where it hit the palate with a bitterness I hadn't noticed before. Worse than cafeteria fare.

We've been returning to NYDN for over 20 years, and it's odd that as the interior decor (tables, chairs, booths especially) have been redone over the last few, the food has become a lightweight afterthought, or just downright bad. My wife and I are long time transplants from LA, and just about any chain deli or local (Westside/ Valley) spot was better than what we've experienced lately at NYDN.

I can't speak to the ownership's motives,as others have, but any restaurant operation that assumes I've put my preferences on auto-pilot needs to think a second time about that. There are good deli's of all stripes around Denver. The 'Pho' grills alone underscore the fact that, ethnically speaking, there's alot to enjoy here.

Life's too short to waste any of it downing bad food. It is, however, more fun to get back in the hunt for newer eateries!

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★☆☆☆☆

I'm a slow learner, or maybe I'm just afraid to admit the truth. It took the last 2-3 years to see the light: NYDN is simply a waste of time and money.

My wife and I stopped in for a light lunch yesterday. She had the chicken noodle soup and we shared the rare roast beef on rye. I also ordered a side of coleslaw. Our service was OK - this has always been a hit-or-miss part of eating there.

My wife thought the beef was good, but I couldn't taste much of anything. Odd for a $9 sandwich! The most disappointing parts were the bread - sliced so thin the whole thing fell apart as soon as you picked it up! Talk about missing the taste of a component of the meal. If there isn't much bread to chew through, you can't claim you tasted it!

Worse was the coleslaw side dish. Thinly shredded, dry and 'aged' to the point where it hit the palate with a bitterness I hadn't noticed before. Worse than cafeteria fare.

We've been returning to NYDN for over 20 years, and it's odd that as the interior decor (tables, chairs, booths especially) have been redone over the last few, the food has become a lightweight afterthought, or just downright bad. My wife and I are long time transplants from LA, and just about any chain deli or local (Westside/ Valley) spot was better than what we've experienced lately at NYDN.

I can't speak to the ownership's motives,as others have, but any restaurant operation that assumes I've put my preferences on auto-pilot needs to think a second time about that. There are good deli's of all stripes around Denver. The 'Pho' grills alone underscore the fact that, ethnically speaking, there's alot to enjoy here.

Life's too short to waste any of it downing bad food. It is, however, more fun to get back in the hunt for newer eateries!

Pros: Some menu items are good eats

Cons: Portion size, majority of menu is terrible, high prices

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I live in New York, only blocks from several old world delis, and I have to say New York Deli News is the first stop right off the airplane in Denver. I don't even unpack or comb my hair before I show up for a french dip, matzo ball soup and black and white cookie....which they'll make for me, even at 8:00 in the morning. Love the folks there. NO New York attitude, so refreshing. I always know that I'm going to be satisfied and taken good care of . When I moved from Denver 11 years ago, I thought I'd be getting the best deli in the world in New York, and there are some great ones here, but I still love NYDN. The food is every bit as good and at half the price. It's like coming home to my second home. Sure you don't want to open a location in Midtown Manhattan???? It would save me a lot of plane fare.

2
★★★★★

I live in New York, only blocks from several old world delis, and I have to say New York Deli News is the first stop right off the airplane in Denver. I don't even unpack or comb my hair before I show up for a french dip, matzo ball soup and black and white cookie....which they'll make for me, even at 8:00 in the morning. Love the folks there. NO New York attitude, so refreshing. I always know that I'm going to be satisfied and taken good care of . When I moved from Denver 11 years ago, I thought I'd be getting the best deli in the world in New York, and there are some great ones here, but I still love NYDN. The food is every bit as good and at half the price. It's like coming home to my second home. Sure you don't want to open a location in Midtown Manhattan???? It would save me a lot of plane fare.

Pros: great food, good portions, consistency

Cons: nada

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As a former New Yorker, I know deli. Having grown up with Katz??s on the Lower East Side, taken visitors to Carnegie in Midtown, mourned the loss of Kaplan??s on East 59th and now enjoy Artie??s at 82nd & Broadway on the UWS, The New York Deli News is my ??home away from home? when I have a craving for deli, both food and experience.

I have been enjoying the New York Deli News since it opened 20+ years ago when Arthur (may he rest in peace), the oldest waiter in Denver still brought food to the table with wit and humor. For those who did not have the pleasure of knowing Arthur, his picture hangs in Booth #1 which is named Arthur's Booth in his honor.

While The New York Deli News in my opinion has the best deli meats in the metro area and desserts (the cheesecake is on par with The Palm, my other home away from home refuge), I admit I am a creature of habit and during 99% of my visit's I order a ??French Dip?. The other 1%, the Prime Rib Special on Friday nights.

I have enjoyed the perfectly cured pastrami and the brine on the corned beef is succulent. The ??deli hash? screams Upper West Side (UWS) and the Dr. Browns Cel-Ray completes the experience. While I have tried the majority of the menu, I keep returning to The French Dip, a non-traditional deli meal.

Start with New York procured brisket cooked to a tender consistency. Pile the brisket high on a seeded Kaiser roll, perfectly split. On the side, french fries, cooked golden brown which would make McDonald??s jealous. Yet, I am not a purist; I substitute Russian dressing for the ??au jus? as a real New Yorker does. Of course I enjoy the cole-slaw as every meal must have a vegetable.

Prior to ??the Dip?, I enjoy the pickles on the table. Also, The New York Deli News is one of the few places which knows how to make an Iced Coffee. A New York Iced Coffee, not the pretend stuff at Starbucks. By the way, regular means one cream and two sugars.

The one thing The New York Deli News lacks is the "New York Attitude". The owners and staff are truly ??hands on? and greet customers, new and old-timers as family. The pictures in the entry hall of the owner with the many ??younger customers? provide insight to the next generations of deli patrons. The children are all smiling (probably because Mom and Dad shared a delicious homemade ??Black and White? and the children are on a sugar high.

Now if we can only get a Dunkin?? Donuts in Denver (maybe replace a few Krispy Kremes), I may actually give up my NYC apartment.

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★★★★★

As a former New Yorker, I know deli. Having grown up with Katz??s on the Lower East Side, taken visitors to Carnegie in Midtown, mourned the loss of Kaplan??s on East 59th and now enjoy Artie??s at 82nd & Broadway on the UWS, The New York Deli News is my ??home away from home? when I have a craving for deli, both food and experience.

I have been enjoying the New York Deli News since it opened 20+ years ago when Arthur (may he rest in peace), the oldest waiter in Denver still brought food to the table with wit and humor. For those who did not have the pleasure of knowing Arthur, his picture hangs in Booth #1 which is named Arthur's Booth in his honor.

While The New York Deli News in my opinion has the best deli meats in the metro area and desserts (the cheesecake is on par with The Palm, my other home away from home refuge), I admit I am a creature of habit and during 99% of my visit's I order a ??French Dip?. The other 1%, the Prime Rib Special on Friday nights.

I have enjoyed the perfectly cured pastrami and the brine on the corned beef is succulent. The ??deli hash? screams Upper West Side (UWS) and the Dr. Browns Cel-Ray completes the experience. While I have tried the majority of the menu, I keep returning to The French Dip, a non-traditional deli meal.

Start with New York procured brisket cooked to a tender consistency. Pile the brisket high on a seeded Kaiser roll, perfectly split. On the side, french fries, cooked golden brown which would make McDonald??s jealous. Yet, I am not a purist; I substitute Russian dressing for the ??au jus? as a real New Yorker does. Of course I enjoy the cole-slaw as every meal must have a vegetable.

Prior to ??the Dip?, I enjoy the pickles on the table. Also, The New York Deli News is one of the few places which knows how to make an Iced Coffee. A New York Iced Coffee, not the pretend stuff at Starbucks. By the way, regular means one cream and two sugars.

The one thing The New York Deli News lacks is the "New York Attitude". The owners and staff are truly ??hands on? and greet customers, new and old-timers as family. The pictures in the entry hall of the owner with the many ??younger customers? provide insight to the next generations of deli patrons. The children are all smiling (probably because Mom and Dad shared a delicious homemade ??Black and White? and the children are on a sugar high.

Now if we can only get a Dunkin?? Donuts in Denver (maybe replace a few Krispy Kremes), I may actually give up my NYC apartment.

Pros: Food, Service, Location, Owners

Cons: Wait time on Christmas Day

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I've been going to the deli for the last two years since I arrived in Denver. The food has always been delicious, especially the BBQ beef briscuit sandwhich and the french toast. For the size of your plate the prices are more than reasonable. Not exactly the most healthy stuff in the world, but worth every penny. The food has always been delivered quickly and the servers are a fun bunch.

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★★★★★

I've been going to the deli for the last two years since I arrived in Denver. The food has always been delicious, especially the BBQ beef briscuit sandwhich and the french toast. For the size of your plate the prices are more than reasonable. Not exactly the most healthy stuff in the world, but worth every penny. The food has always been delivered quickly and the servers are a fun bunch.

Pros: excellent food, quick service

Cons: none so far

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BUYER BEWARE!!!!!!!! I have been going to this deli very often since it opened about 20 years ago. The food is decent. Lousy service. Case in point....On March 12, 2010, I came their for dinner. They always run a special coupon in the newspaper "Buy one dinner and two drinks get up to nine dollars off second meal". I was greeted by Al the owner when I arrived with my mom. I said hi to him. He knows me from having been a patron for so many years. I told him I forgot the coupon and asked if he would honor the "special". He said "Absolutely not!". He then said, "Why don't you buy a newspaper. You can one get one a few blocks away". I was aghast. I could not believe what I had heard. I wanted to tell him a few choice words. I decided to just leave and not say anything. I thought it would be more effective if potential customers read this review first and educate them. As a result of his arrogance it cost him a loyal customer. I will spread the word on his nasty attitude......I know in the past his restaurant had been reviewed and had consistently been given low scores for service. But now I know why. The attitude comes straight from the owner.........BUYER BEWARE!!!!!!!!!!!.....You will be disappointed!!!!!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

BUYER BEWARE!!!!!!!! I have been going to this deli very often since it opened about 20 years ago. The food is decent. Lousy service. Case in point....On March 12, 2010, I came their for dinner. They always run a special coupon in the newspaper "Buy one dinner and two drinks get up to nine dollars off second meal". I was greeted by Al the owner when I arrived with my mom. I said hi to him. He knows me from having been a patron for so many years. I told him I forgot the coupon and asked if he would honor the "special". He said "Absolutely not!". He then said, "Why don't you buy a newspaper. You can one get one a few blocks away". I was aghast. I could not believe what I had heard. I wanted to tell him a few choice words. I decided to just leave and not say anything. I thought it would be more effective if potential customers read this review first and educate them. As a result of his arrogance it cost him a loyal customer. I will spread the word on his nasty attitude......I know in the past his restaurant had been reviewed and had consistently been given low scores for service. But now I know why. The attitude comes straight from the owner.........BUYER BEWARE!!!!!!!!!!!.....You will be disappointed!!!!!!!

Pros: NONE

Cons: OWNER IS A DISGUSTING PERSON - RUDE & GREEDY

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this place is awesome, great food with huge portions and great service. try the breakfast burrito if you get there for breakfast. and the black and white cookie for dessert!!

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★★★★★

this place is awesome, great food with huge portions and great service. try the breakfast burrito if you get there for breakfast. and the black and white cookie for dessert!!

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This is a special place that my husband and I visit when we just want really great food and to leave fuller than you could ever imagine. I eat bowls of their dill pickles and he enjoys the endless chocolate cokes!

5
★★★★★

This is a special place that my husband and I visit when we just want really great food and to leave fuller than you could ever imagine. I eat bowls of their dill pickles and he enjoys the endless chocolate cokes!

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I have gone to the deli regularly over the last three years since moving to Denver for school, and this is by far my favorite place to come and eat and to take family and friends visiting from out of town. For breakfast, lunch or dinner, this is THE place to go. The staff is attentive and courteous as well as the managers Al and Tory. I have yet to ever have a bad meal or bad service while eating here. The breakfast burritos which are on special a few days during the week is the best breakfast burrito I have ever had. The menu offerings seem endless and they always fill you up leaving you satisfied after eating. I know of no one who leaves the Deli still hungry for more food. The food is truly reminiscent of a deli straight out of New York City...something that is truly hard to find in Denver.

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★★★★★

I have gone to the deli regularly over the last three years since moving to Denver for school, and this is by far my favorite place to come and eat and to take family and friends visiting from out of town. For breakfast, lunch or dinner, this is THE place to go. The staff is attentive and courteous as well as the managers Al and Tory. I have yet to ever have a bad meal or bad service while eating here. The breakfast burritos which are on special a few days during the week is the best breakfast burrito I have ever had. The menu offerings seem endless and they always fill you up leaving you satisfied after eating. I know of no one who leaves the Deli still hungry for more food. The food is truly reminiscent of a deli straight out of New York City...something that is truly hard to find in Denver.

Pros: the best breakfast burrito in all of Denver

Cons: can't think of one negative thing about the Deli

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The New York Deli News is by far my favorite place to go for brunchner (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). In the morning, don't miss their breakfast burritos. They honestly are the best in Denver. For lunch, bring a friend and share a cobb salad platter. This salad can easily feed two, if not eight! If salad is not your thing, go for one of their layered sandwiches. Wrap-up the day right with a BBQ brisket sandwich for dinner. They also have ridiculously inexpensive early bird specials. Don't forget the infamous black-and-white cookie for dessert!

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★★★★★

The New York Deli News is by far my favorite place to go for brunchner (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). In the morning, don't miss their breakfast burritos. They honestly are the best in Denver. For lunch, bring a friend and share a cobb salad platter. This salad can easily feed two, if not eight! If salad is not your thing, go for one of their layered sandwiches. Wrap-up the day right with a BBQ brisket sandwich for dinner. They also have ridiculously inexpensive early bird specials. Don't forget the infamous black-and-white cookie for dessert!

Pros: Breakfast Burritos, Bagels, Lox, Matzo Ball Soup, Staff

Cons: Too easy to over-eat

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Me and a few friends eat here a lot!! I love the soups and have always enjoyed my meal. My favorite is Meatloaf Wednesday's, however they go really fast so I make sure I am there early enough to get some. Sometimes me and friends will go in just for coffee and dessert (the carrot cake, and the Black and White cookie are delicious!!).

I had the pleasure of meeting the owners Al, Tory and Peter, they were very pleasant - Peter was charming in his own way. Hmmm... I wonder if he has a girlfriend? :)

Anyways, every time I taste something new at NYDN it become my new favorite.

I had my first Vanilla Egg Cream a couple weeks ago and I was surprised that I liked it. However, I still prefer the Chocolate Egg Cream. My palate has learned a lot since I started eating there.

2
★★★★★

Me and a few friends eat here a lot!! I love the soups and have always enjoyed my meal. My favorite is Meatloaf Wednesday's, however they go really fast so I make sure I am there early enough to get some. Sometimes me and friends will go in just for coffee and dessert (the carrot cake, and the Black and White cookie are delicious!!).

I had the pleasure of meeting the owners Al, Tory and Peter, they were very pleasant - Peter was charming in his own way. Hmmm... I wonder if he has a girlfriend? :)

Anyways, every time I taste something new at NYDN it become my new favorite.

I had my first Vanilla Egg Cream a couple weeks ago and I was surprised that I liked it. However, I still prefer the Chocolate Egg Cream. My palate has learned a lot since I started eating there.

Pros: Great Service

Cons: Can't think of any

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Our family loves to go here for breakfast... each grandchild finds their favorite... Waffle with strawberries and whip cream is the top on the list. French toast on the weekend is also a favorite. The kids love to visit "Uncle Al"

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★★★★★

Our family loves to go here for breakfast... each grandchild finds their favorite... Waffle with strawberries and whip cream is the top on the list. French toast on the weekend is also a favorite. The kids love to visit "Uncle Al"

Pros: Everyone in family can find their favorite

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i went to the new york deli news for the first time the other day with my family. even tho they seemed busy i was seated very quickly and the waitress was friendly and knowledgeable. the menu was extensive and everyone in my family was able to find somthing they wanted. the food was served very quickly and everything was outstanding!! the fresh rye bread is to die for! if your interested in deserts i would recomend the carrot cake one slice is big enough for two people and it tastes like a slice of heaven definitly a place i will be going back to!!

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★★★★★

i went to the new york deli news for the first time the other day with my family. even tho they seemed busy i was seated very quickly and the waitress was friendly and knowledgeable. the menu was extensive and everyone in my family was able to find somthing they wanted. the food was served very quickly and everything was outstanding!! the fresh rye bread is to die for! if your interested in deserts i would recomend the carrot cake one slice is big enough for two people and it tastes like a slice of heaven definitly a place i will be going back to!!

Pros: great food, great service

Cons: nothing

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Not only does NYDN have really good sandwiches, but they also have great breakfast! The meats they use are soooo good!

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★★★★☆

Not only does NYDN have really good sandwiches, but they also have great breakfast! The meats they use are soooo good!

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Won't give my business to people who treat their employees with disrespect. This is evident on each visit. Any good taste in my mouth from the food is erased with the disregard for their employees.

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★☆☆☆☆

Won't give my business to people who treat their employees with disrespect. This is evident on each visit. Any good taste in my mouth from the food is erased with the disregard for their employees.

Pros: Can't think of one

Cons: Lots

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I went to this place early today as I needed a place for breakfast. While the server was very nice and attentive the food was the worst I have ever had.
The hasd browns still frozen inside , the bacon was burnt and the eggs while overeasy were barely cooked. Not only was the foos horrible everything appeared to have been douzed with grease. I barely tocuhed the food. At the end, I asked to speak to the manager who had the audacity to lecture me on how to complaint when the food is as horrible. He did not even attempted to correct it or at least humor me. I told him I will never return and will tell every person I know how horrible it was.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to this place early today as I needed a place for breakfast. While the server was very nice and attentive the food was the worst I have ever had.
The hasd browns still frozen inside , the bacon was burnt and the eggs while overeasy were barely cooked. Not only was the foos horrible everything appeared to have been douzed with grease. I barely tocuhed the food. At the end, I asked to speak to the manager who had the audacity to lecture me on how to complaint when the food is as horrible. He did not even attempted to correct it or at least humor me. I told him I will never return and will tell every person I know how horrible it was.

Pros: nice server

Cons: horrible food, horrible management

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I hadn't been to New York Deli news for quite sometime, and decided to treat a friend to a real deli dinner. This was not the place to go. My corned beef sandwich was as dry as a piece of cardboard, and just as cold and tasteless. My friend ordered the matzo ball soup. The broth was okay, but the HUGE matzo ball has absolutely no flavor what-so-ever. It tasted like a large lump of dough put into a bowl of chicken broth. We were there at dinner time, around 6 o'clock, and the place was empty. I guess word has gotten around about how much this restaurant has changed. I know I won't be going back!

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★☆☆☆☆

I hadn't been to New York Deli news for quite sometime, and decided to treat a friend to a real deli dinner. This was not the place to go. My corned beef sandwich was as dry as a piece of cardboard, and just as cold and tasteless. My friend ordered the matzo ball soup. The broth was okay, but the HUGE matzo ball has absolutely no flavor what-so-ever. It tasted like a large lump of dough put into a bowl of chicken broth. We were there at dinner time, around 6 o'clock, and the place was empty. I guess word has gotten around about how much this restaurant has changed. I know I won't be going back!

Pros: Good pickles

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i used to work here and the owners are complete jerks and could care less about anyone else but themselves. The wait stuff is very friendly depending on their mood that day. the food is was too over priced for a deli

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★☆☆☆☆

i used to work here and the owners are complete jerks and could care less about anyone else but themselves. The wait stuff is very friendly depending on their mood that day. the food is was too over priced for a deli

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Buyer beware! The few times my wife and I have visited New York Deli News the food has been good. The service is a little mixed, we have had a great server and a couple bad servers. However, our last trip was a disappointment. We had decided to go for a mid-week dinner since we received a coupon in the mail for buy one get one free, but when it came time to pay the coupon was not honored. This is partly our fault so read the coupon very, very carefully. We went during the requested times, ordered the necessary drinks, but when it came time to pay it had to be in CASH, which was detailed on a separate part of the coupon. So our mid-week dinner that was going to be a unusual treat for us turned into a $35-40 dinner at a deli. We feel the coupon was misleading and the cashier didn't care at all. We asked if they had an ATM and she said somewhere across the street had one. It was a kind of gotcha, scenario!!! As small business owners my wife and I just were not impressed. I guess they were right when they say "Now Entering NY" at the entrance...they just don't care!

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★☆☆☆☆

Buyer beware! The few times my wife and I have visited New York Deli News the food has been good. The service is a little mixed, we have had a great server and a couple bad servers. However, our last trip was a disappointment. We had decided to go for a mid-week dinner since we received a coupon in the mail for buy one get one free, but when it came time to pay the coupon was not honored. This is partly our fault so read the coupon very, very carefully. We went during the requested times, ordered the necessary drinks, but when it came time to pay it had to be in CASH, which was detailed on a separate part of the coupon. So our mid-week dinner that was going to be a unusual treat for us turned into a $35-40 dinner at a deli. We feel the coupon was misleading and the cashier didn't care at all. We asked if they had an ATM and she said somewhere across the street had one. It was a kind of gotcha, scenario!!! As small business owners my wife and I just were not impressed. I guess they were right when they say "Now Entering NY" at the entrance...they just don't care!

Pros: Good Food

Cons: Mixed Service, Misleading Coupons...

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I went with a group of four military member for a good lunch. I ordered the half sandwich corned beef and pastromie on rye. Best Sandwich I have eat in forever. HUGE! I would have to say at least one pound of meet. Even the coleslaw was great and I hate coleslaw. Our comined bill was $47 and when we went to paid they gave us a military discount bring the total down to less then $26. I great suprise to follow a great meal. Perfect Kosher dills waiting for you when you get to your table and incredibly large portions of food. Staff was super friendly and place was amazingly clean. I will definatly be back and bring many more friends with me. I cant wait to go get my drink on and eat a late night meal there! You want a good meal or the best sandwich of you life go to the New York Deli News you wont be sorry.

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★★★★★

I went with a group of four military member for a good lunch. I ordered the half sandwich corned beef and pastromie on rye. Best Sandwich I have eat in forever. HUGE! I would have to say at least one pound of meet. Even the coleslaw was great and I hate coleslaw. Our comined bill was $47 and when we went to paid they gave us a military discount bring the total down to less then $26. I great suprise to follow a great meal. Perfect Kosher dills waiting for you when you get to your table and incredibly large portions of food. Staff was super friendly and place was amazingly clean. I will definatly be back and bring many more friends with me. I cant wait to go get my drink on and eat a late night meal there! You want a good meal or the best sandwich of you life go to the New York Deli News you wont be sorry.

Pros: Huge food portions and a military discount

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My friend and I have been wanting to try this place and unfortunatly will not be back. The meat on both sandwhiches was very dry and salty. The coleslaw had no flavor and the fries were average. Every sandwhich is around $10.00 and looking back should of went to Subway for 2 subs and would of been better satisfied. Only NY thing about this place is the price and service.

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★☆☆☆☆

My friend and I have been wanting to try this place and unfortunatly will not be back. The meat on both sandwhiches was very dry and salty. The coleslaw had no flavor and the fries were average. Every sandwhich is around $10.00 and looking back should of went to Subway for 2 subs and would of been better satisfied. Only NY thing about this place is the price and service.

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I have been going to this restaurant for almost 20 years and have recommended it in the past to my collegues. During the last visit, a heavyset, redhaired woman greeted me at the door and told me I could not bring any beverages into the restaurant. I had a Starbucks latte and was almost finished. She was abrupt and very rude and was very hostile. I tried to explain that I was almost finished, but she just stood there, hands on her hips and glared at me. There were no signs indicating that beverages were not allowed and she would not listen to anything I was trying to say to explain that I was almost finished. After a few very tense moments, I decided to go somewhere else where my business was appreciated. I had driven across town with the sole purpose of eating dinner with my wife.

I am not sure I will ever go back or recommend it to anyone again. I don't feel there was any excuse for her behavior and felt both embarassed and angry. I was going to contact the manager or owner, but can't seem to speak with anyone who wants to listen. If they don't want my business, then I will find somewhere else to spend my money

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★☆☆☆☆

I have been going to this restaurant for almost 20 years and have recommended it in the past to my collegues. During the last visit, a heavyset, redhaired woman greeted me at the door and told me I could not bring any beverages into the restaurant. I had a Starbucks latte and was almost finished. She was abrupt and very rude and was very hostile. I tried to explain that I was almost finished, but she just stood there, hands on her hips and glared at me. There were no signs indicating that beverages were not allowed and she would not listen to anything I was trying to say to explain that I was almost finished. After a few very tense moments, I decided to go somewhere else where my business was appreciated. I had driven across town with the sole purpose of eating dinner with my wife.

I am not sure I will ever go back or recommend it to anyone again. I don't feel there was any excuse for her behavior and felt both embarassed and angry. I was going to contact the manager or owner, but can't seem to speak with anyone who wants to listen. If they don't want my business, then I will find somewhere else to spend my money

Cons: VERY RUDE RECEPTION

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As with everything else you pay for in this world...if it's served up with a dose of nastiness, it doesn't matter how good it is. Al and Tori are making a mint in this restaraunt. The food is outstanding, especially the mushroom gravy (i dip my fired in it). It is superb. I feel bad for the wait and cook staff to have to put up with such monsterous owners though. If they are nasty to their good paying and loyal customers, they must really treat the staff poorly. I have been going there for years, as previously stated...the food is outstanding. However, if by chance something is not to your liking...in my case my fries were cold and tasted like they were fried in a dirty fryer, don't bother telling the owners. They make enough money in their place to not seem to give a darn about the few they lose for horrible service. Your dollar only goes so far here...if you never have a complaint. If you do complain about something...put on your armor. I eventually got tired of the mistreatment by the owners....dripping in huge diamonds and gold...trying to swindle me out of my hard earned money. I only ask for what I pay for...and when I get it...I pay and tip generously. Here's a tip...buy take out, and hope to God they get your order right else you'll be battling it out with the greedy and nasty owners!!!!

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★★☆☆☆

As with everything else you pay for in this world...if it's served up with a dose of nastiness, it doesn't matter how good it is. Al and Tori are making a mint in this restaraunt. The food is outstanding, especially the mushroom gravy (i dip my fired in it). It is superb. I feel bad for the wait and cook staff to have to put up with such monsterous owners though. If they are nasty to their good paying and loyal customers, they must really treat the staff poorly. I have been going there for years, as previously stated...the food is outstanding. However, if by chance something is not to your liking...in my case my fries were cold and tasted like they were fried in a dirty fryer, don't bother telling the owners. They make enough money in their place to not seem to give a darn about the few they lose for horrible service. Your dollar only goes so far here...if you never have a complaint. If you do complain about something...put on your armor. I eventually got tired of the mistreatment by the owners....dripping in huge diamonds and gold...trying to swindle me out of my hard earned money. I only ask for what I pay for...and when I get it...I pay and tip generously. Here's a tip...buy take out, and hope to God they get your order right else you'll be battling it out with the greedy and nasty owners!!!!

Pros: Great food

Cons: Nasty owners

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If you are looking to cater a party of business meeting on a budget? Well head on down to New York Deli News and you will be greeted with friendly faces and wallet friendly prices for an incredible meal you'll never forget.

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★★★★☆

If you are looking to cater a party of business meeting on a budget? Well head on down to New York Deli News and you will be greeted with friendly faces and wallet friendly prices for an incredible meal you'll never forget.

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New York Deli. Great sandwiches. I really love the potatoe salad and the different breads you can choose from, to make your sandwich. This is the best place to grab a sandwhich.

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New York Deli. Great sandwiches. I really love the potatoe salad and the different breads you can choose from, to make your sandwich. This is the best place to grab a sandwhich.

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Nov 29 2008. This was our second visit to the New York Deli News.

Our first vist, back in May 2008, was wonderful. The food, though just a bit pricey, was genuine New York style Deli. I could not believe prior to this first visit that a real NY deli existed in Denver. I was convinced otherwise. The potato pancakes could have come from my very own frypan. I think they stole my recipe! All our meals were superb!

Our second visit in November was almost as good; but not quite. Most of our meals were superb. I had ordered a platter with a bagel and a bialey. I had commented that I didn't think a real NY bialey existed in Denver. I was told otherwise; but, as they say, "the proof is in the pudding". The bialey was CLOSE to a NY bialey; and would have been acceptable had it not been stale. It was lightly toasted, and crumbled as I tried to spread cream cheese on it. It was almost painful to eat; at the very least, it was difficult.

I will go back, because the food overall is superb. But I will never again order a bialey at New York Deli News.

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★★★★☆

Nov 29 2008. This was our second visit to the New York Deli News.

Our first vist, back in May 2008, was wonderful. The food, though just a bit pricey, was genuine New York style Deli. I could not believe prior to this first visit that a real NY deli existed in Denver. I was convinced otherwise. The potato pancakes could have come from my very own frypan. I think they stole my recipe! All our meals were superb!

Our second visit in November was almost as good; but not quite. Most of our meals were superb. I had ordered a platter with a bagel and a bialey. I had commented that I didn't think a real NY bialey existed in Denver. I was told otherwise; but, as they say, "the proof is in the pudding". The bialey was CLOSE to a NY bialey; and would have been acceptable had it not been stale. It was lightly toasted, and crumbled as I tried to spread cream cheese on it. It was almost painful to eat; at the very least, it was difficult.

I will go back, because the food overall is superb. But I will never again order a bialey at New York Deli News.

Pros: Excellent menu choices; emulates the best of many of NY's finest deli's.

Cons: Pricey. Even for New York. And this isn't New York.

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This is a popular breakfast and lunch spot. The stuffed cabbage is excellent, as are their sandwhiches. Save room for dessert, as this place has great cheesecake and carrot cake. (and you can take a whole cake to go as well!)

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This is a popular breakfast and lunch spot. The stuffed cabbage is excellent, as are their sandwhiches. Save room for dessert, as this place has great cheesecake and carrot cake. (and you can take a whole cake to go as well!)

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I have eaten at NY Deli News many, many times over the past two years, and have rarely had a bad experience. In general, the staff is friendly, the food is consistent, and the menu LARGE! I'm not a fan of sandwiches in general, but several of my companions have ordered sandwiches there and enjoyed them piled mile high with meats and cheeses. I love the dinner entrees! The stuffed cabbage is amazing. The roasted half chicken is great, as is the salmon. I've even enjoyed their Italian entrees (chicken parmasean, etc.) The specials are terrific - particularly the lamb shank, and the meatloaf - TO DIE FOR! Call ahead early on Mondays if you want them to save you a the leg of lamb - they seem to run out early on occasion!

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★★★★☆

I have eaten at NY Deli News many, many times over the past two years, and have rarely had a bad experience. In general, the staff is friendly, the food is consistent, and the menu LARGE! I'm not a fan of sandwiches in general, but several of my companions have ordered sandwiches there and enjoyed them piled mile high with meats and cheeses. I love the dinner entrees! The stuffed cabbage is amazing. The roasted half chicken is great, as is the salmon. I've even enjoyed their Italian entrees (chicken parmasean, etc.) The specials are terrific - particularly the lamb shank, and the meatloaf - TO DIE FOR! Call ahead early on Mondays if you want them to save you a the leg of lamb - they seem to run out early on occasion!

Pros: wide variety on menu, large portions, good value

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Yesterday evening Feb 8, 2008, my wife, and family went to the New York Deli News for dinner. We have been there on numerous occasions and was pleased with the food and service. We never had any problems. This visit however, My wife ordered the fillet of sole and chips which was on special for $9.95.
When the order came the chips weren?t chips, they were fries (there is a difference), but the fish was paper thin with pretty thick breading and way overcooked. She summoned the waitress and explained this to her. She told my wife no problem, we?ll just get you the salmon plate. My wife said no need for that, just replace the fish with grilled fish. The waitress said no, we can?t do that, we?ll bring you a complete salmon dinner, but it will take a little time to have it ready. My wife reluctantly said O.K. 10 minutes or so later after the rest of us had finished our meal, the waitress brought the salmon dinner to her. By this time my wife lost her appetite and just put the whole meal in a take home box. When the waitress brought the tab, the salmon dinner was on the bill at $13.95.
We took the matter up with the owners Al and Torry. Boy you talk about some rude people, these two take the prize. Al said what do you want me to do? My wife protested that she didn?t order salmon, she ordered fish & chips, all she wanted them to do was just charge her for the fish & chips, which is a difference of $4. Al said I?m not buying your dinner and stomped in a huff. Needless to say we won?t be back and we?ll tell everyone we know if there is a problem, Al & Torry won?t do a thing to solve it. For $4 they created a very bad situation and lost some good customers. And now I know why they don?t have a ?contact us? on their website.
In addition, we had a BOGO coupon out of the newspaper, when he saw that he went ballistic, ?You want TWO free meals?? I guess that?s an excuse for serving unsatisfactory dishes.

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★☆☆☆☆

Yesterday evening Feb 8, 2008, my wife, and family went to the New York Deli News for dinner. We have been there on numerous occasions and was pleased with the food and service. We never had any problems. This visit however, My wife ordered the fillet of sole and chips which was on special for $9.95.
When the order came the chips weren?t chips, they were fries (there is a difference), but the fish was paper thin with pretty thick breading and way overcooked. She summoned the waitress and explained this to her. She told my wife no problem, we?ll just get you the salmon plate. My wife said no need for that, just replace the fish with grilled fish. The waitress said no, we can?t do that, we?ll bring you a complete salmon dinner, but it will take a little time to have it ready. My wife reluctantly said O.K. 10 minutes or so later after the rest of us had finished our meal, the waitress brought the salmon dinner to her. By this time my wife lost her appetite and just put the whole meal in a take home box. When the waitress brought the tab, the salmon dinner was on the bill at $13.95.
We took the matter up with the owners Al and Torry. Boy you talk about some rude people, these two take the prize. Al said what do you want me to do? My wife protested that she didn?t order salmon, she ordered fish & chips, all she wanted them to do was just charge her for the fish & chips, which is a difference of $4. Al said I?m not buying your dinner and stomped in a huff. Needless to say we won?t be back and we?ll tell everyone we know if there is a problem, Al & Torry won?t do a thing to solve it. For $4 they created a very bad situation and lost some good customers. And now I know why they don?t have a ?contact us? on their website.
In addition, we had a BOGO coupon out of the newspaper, when he saw that he went ballistic, ?You want TWO free meals?? I guess that?s an excuse for serving unsatisfactory dishes.

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First off its not that busy - but it was not lunchtime either.

Server was perfect - fast, smart and was non intrusive (ie left us ALONE)

FOOD - the best part, the most amazing brings tears to my eyes Pastrami Reuben since I Just left NYC sandwhich.

I got the open faced Pastrami Reuben. Huge, beautiful mounds of pastrami, sourkraut, and melted swiss atop a perfect smear of 1000 island and real good rye bread. SIde of potato pancake w sourcream and applesauce make me happy as well..........

My boy Box ordered a pastrami w/ swiss and egg salad on whole wheat. Again the pastrami meat is perfection @ $13.95 lb and the egg salad was near perfect too, using more yolk than mayonnaise to keep creamy.

I just moved here from there as i said before and this place is LEGIT.

Took home a pound slice of carrot cake to boot :]

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★★★★★

First off its not that busy - but it was not lunchtime either.

Server was perfect - fast, smart and was non intrusive (ie left us ALONE)

FOOD - the best part, the most amazing brings tears to my eyes Pastrami Reuben since I Just left NYC sandwhich.

I got the open faced Pastrami Reuben. Huge, beautiful mounds of pastrami, sourkraut, and melted swiss atop a perfect smear of 1000 island and real good rye bread. SIde of potato pancake w sourcream and applesauce make me happy as well..........

My boy Box ordered a pastrami w/ swiss and egg salad on whole wheat. Again the pastrami meat is perfection @ $13.95 lb and the egg salad was near perfect too, using more yolk than mayonnaise to keep creamy.

I just moved here from there as i said before and this place is LEGIT.

Took home a pound slice of carrot cake to boot :]

Pros: the food and service is so good. bowls of pickles on the table when you sit too!

Cons: choosing a sandwhich and having to leave

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That's the order of your day on a visit to NY Deli News. It's busy but they always fit you in. Some Pastrami, NY style, some Kreplach soup and you're ready for some serious couch time. Sometimes the desserts are not as fresh as you would like but then again, who has room for dessert? Give it a try.

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★★★★☆

That's the order of your day on a visit to NY Deli News. It's busy but they always fit you in. Some Pastrami, NY style, some Kreplach soup and you're ready for some serious couch time. Sometimes the desserts are not as fresh as you would like but then again, who has room for dessert? Give it a try.

Pros: Old school deli

Cons: Crowds at mealtime

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Great hot pastrami on rye. Authentic H&H bagels from NYC! Roast beef is nice and rare. Service is good and prices reasonable.

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★★★★★

Great hot pastrami on rye. Authentic H&H bagels from NYC! Roast beef is nice and rare. Service is good and prices reasonable.

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Order a double decker sandwich and ask for a second plate -like my server said to formulate a plan. You would have to really scrunch the sandwich to get in your mouth. Not the cheapest sandwich with no sides but what a huge amount of fillings. Try the Rye! Rare roast beef is really rare, not just slightly pink in the center. Crisp pickles at every table. Standard family resturant decor but hey you are there for the eats not the looks!

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★★★★★

Order a double decker sandwich and ask for a second plate -like my server said to formulate a plan. You would have to really scrunch the sandwich to get in your mouth. Not the cheapest sandwich with no sides but what a huge amount of fillings. Try the Rye! Rare roast beef is really rare, not just slightly pink in the center. Crisp pickles at every table. Standard family resturant decor but hey you are there for the eats not the looks!

Pros: Food, Service, Variety

Cons: Slightly Pricey

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This is the place to go for a ruben unless your in new york city. Meat is tender and fresh and theres enough for 2. This is your typical New York Jewish Deli. The fresh jewish dill pickles are as good as any Ive ever had and there free!

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★★★★★

This is the place to go for a ruben unless your in new york city. Meat is tender and fresh and theres enough for 2. This is your typical New York Jewish Deli. The fresh jewish dill pickles are as good as any Ive ever had and there free!

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Where to start... A great find if you love Deli.... The RAREST Roast Beef you will find anywhere in Denver, Corned Beef is amazing... Miss a 2 cents plain? (Egg Cream) you will find them here with the RIGHT choc syrup. On and On... Acme Nova and NY Bagels (REALLY) Lastly.. Youve NEVER had rye bread till you've tasted theirs.

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★★★★★

Where to start... A great find if you love Deli.... The RAREST Roast Beef you will find anywhere in Denver, Corned Beef is amazing... Miss a 2 cents plain? (Egg Cream) you will find them here with the RIGHT choc syrup. On and On... Acme Nova and NY Bagels (REALLY) Lastly.. Youve NEVER had rye bread till you've tasted theirs.

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I only go to the New York Deli News for breakfast and their cheesecake. They make one of my favorite eggs benedicts with the right amount of sauce and side potatoes where you can actually taste the potatoe and not the grease from a pan. They run daily specials and most breakfast items are very cheap. A good place to go for a morning meal at a very reasonable price.

2
★★★★☆

I only go to the New York Deli News for breakfast and their cheesecake. They make one of my favorite eggs benedicts with the right amount of sauce and side potatoes where you can actually taste the potatoe and not the grease from a pan. They run daily specials and most breakfast items are very cheap. A good place to go for a morning meal at a very reasonable price.

Pros: good prices, fast service, plenty of parking

Cons: loud, ??? on menu items

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It is the World famous Rascal House of Denver, perfect - the experience, the food, if you think the service is a little uh direct - it is just that so authentic. What a find!!!! Order the matzoh ball soup, the apple streudel

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★★★★★

It is the World famous Rascal House of Denver, perfect - the experience, the food, if you think the service is a little uh direct - it is just that so authentic. What a find!!!! Order the matzoh ball soup, the apple streudel

 

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