2nd floor bar and essen
2nd Floor Bar & Essen
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The pastrami sandwich was "melt in your mouth" delicious! Beware the sandwiches are large and expensive. We split one between two people and it was plenty. They provide cole slaw as well. As a comparison to This was my third visit and got breakfast.
What was supposed to be a celebration of my friends special day was ruined by unprofessional and aggressive stAff expect for executive chef David and an uncaring owner. This was the first and last time I will ever patronize this establishment. I really hope they get their act together. No one deserves to be treated like lower class citizens as we were that night. Formerly a date night go to but my last visit was my last visit. Bad service and overpriced drinks. If you want good deli and a fun night out, go to one of the dozens of bars within a 2 block radius of this place and drink a reasonably priced cocktail then head to the deli downstairs late night.
We celebrated our first anniversary there and they made sure to make it such a special occasion. The food was delicious and it was pretty crowded for a Monday evening- we were happy to see it doing so well! Entrance is on 75th st between York and 1st. Fun place. Different and hip twist on standard deli offerings. Fun cocktails. Great place to bring a friend.
On Nov. This is fairly uncharted territory for Jewish delicatessens. But delis are usually not associated with sophisticated drinking. Jeremy Lebewohl thought he was within his rights to break new ground. The bar will be unusual in that the liquid menu is certified kosher. The Upper Eastsider, a long drink that can be made with gin or vodka, has Dr.
Old-World Fressiní at 2nd Floor Bar & Essen
We have mixed feelings toward secret places. To get here, you enter through a door on 75th Street marked with a little neon sign, then head up a flight of stairs to a space that looks like a private club from the s. It has low ceilings and antique light fixtures, and it seems like the kind of place that should have a password, a dress code, and a host who knows your credit score just by looking at you. The menu is a mix of small plates inspired by Jewish deli classics, like gefilte croquettes, pastrami burgers, and pigs in a blanket that are seasoned like everything bagels. You can also get some creamy deviled eggs topped with pastrami, as well as some excellent blintzes stuffed with shredded duck. But our favorite things here are the meat-heavy sandwiches from the deli downstairs, which are only available during Happy Hour.
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