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2nd Floor at 2nd Avenue Deli

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The legendary Second Avenue Deli offers a new way to wash down that pastrami sandwich: with a drink at its second-floor craft cocktail bar. Head upstairs (the bar has a dedicated entrance on East 75th Street) to sample the certified kosher menu of drinks, which incorporate Jewish deli-inspired ingredients like celery soda—served in the gin-based Upper Eastsider—and Manischewitz syrup, mixed with gin in the Man-o-Manischewitz. The cocktails go well with bar bites like like pastrami deviled eggs, birch-smoked tongue sliders, franks-in-a-blanket and brisket beef jerky, part of a menu that similarly riffs on traditional deli fare. The bar, which has a vintage feel courtesy of its tin ceiling, red leather booths and antique Yiddish theater posters, is the brainchild of Josh and Jeremy Lebewohl, whose late uncle founded the original deli in 1954.

1442 1st Avenue
New York, NY 10021
  212-737-1700


Cuisine
Delicatessen
Nightlife
Bar
Genre
Bar
Cocktails
Amenities
Bar/Lounge
Private Function Room(s)
Payment Types
Credit Cards Accepted

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