Your Carnegie Deli FOMO Is Cured!

Just over two years since the iconic Manhattan deli closed its doors, Carnegie Deli is making a Midtown comeback for just one week. New Yorkers have another change to get their famous overstuffed pastrami and corned beef sandwiches starting December 1st through 8th. Just in time for the holiday season, plus everything is under $1! 

Why the sudden return? The pop-up is being used as marketing for Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, a series about a Jewish female comedian in 1950s NYC as the show gears up for it's season 2 reprise in December. 

The idea was put together in collaboration between Prime Video and the original Carnegie owners, nailing all of the details from the 1950s including decor, lighting, and menu prices! Sandwiches will be named after characters from the show, including 'The Midge' made with traditional Carnegie pastrami, salami, cole slaw, and sauce on rye bread. 

Reservations can be made through OpenTable and the full menu is available here. The pop-up runs 12/1-12/8 at 201 Lafayette St from 11:30a to 8p.



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