They're expanding for the first time with a branch at the forthcoming Dekalb Market Hall.
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Don't worry: The future of the deli is secure.
After a certain hour, the legendary restaurant begins to feel true to the spirit of New York's grimy nocturnal history, one that now only appears in glimpses.
"They used to sharpen a knife for you, and you have, like, an older Russian or an older Jewish guy standing over you."
From the Bronx down to Brooklyn, these are the places all pastrami lovers must visit.
Simply pick up the phone.
Now is not the time to worry about minty-fresh breath.
No pastrami was lost to yesterday's sinkhole on Houston Street.
"We have some damage in the basement, but thankfully everyone is okay & the food is safe and sound."
It doesn't smell like the Lower East Side.
You'll also be able to pick up copies of the delicatessen's "autobiography."
Third-generation co-owner Jake Dell shares his advice.
"You got roast beef? That was your mistake."
The Lower East Side institution is celebrating its 125th anniversary next month.
"I pulled over and got a pastrami sandwich to go, half of which I had for dinner, and the other half at around midnight."
The future of the Jewish deli is at stake. Pass the mustard.
It's like dinner theater.
The MacArthur Park deli will ship its meat overnight to almost any U.S. address.
There are no tickets to lose out on the street.
Tip well out there.