Jewish delis were once the backbone of the New York food scene; now their numbers are greatly diminished. Low-fat and anti-meat mania over the last couple of decades has had its effect, but so have newer and more faddish forms of food that make hot pastrami, gefilte fish, and matzah ball soup seem hopelessly old-fashioned.
Luckily, being in the New York City area, there are plenty of delis left. Here’s where to find them.
Note: This is an updated version of a map originally published in December 2015.Read More