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Mile End
Today 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
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53 Bond St New York, NY 10012
53 Bond StreetUSNew YorkNew York10012
$$Restaurant, Sandwich Shop
Sandwich Shop
Takeout Restaurant
Jewish Restaurant
Today 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 4:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
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Small spot drawing big crowds for smoked meat sandwiches & other Montreal-style Jewish deli staples.- Google
"My husband highly enjoyed his smoked meat sandwich and side of poutine."
"The Appetizing platter was very light and surprisingly refreshing."
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Elaine Chan
5 months ago
I got an email from Gothomist about the poutine specials and instantly needed my fix. DAMN YOU GOTHAMIST! The specials were actually quite expensive -$20 for each. In the end the 4 of us split a bill of $60+ and we left still wanting more food. We Got: - The Fat Jewish Poutine (fries, beef tongue, hot dog, salami, bacon, cheese curds, gravy)... for $20 you would have expected more. It was good but all I tasted was fries, gravy, cheese, bacon and hotdogs lol - 2 Smoked meat burger - pretty good ($15 each) Bottom-line: I wouldn't come back here, I'd much rather pay $8 at Pommes Frites and get my moneys worth of delicious poutine.
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Kevin Chan
9 months ago
Great sandwich deli kind of place. Casual with good service. Most come for the poutine but I recommend the cured meats sandwich and the matzo ball soup. The soup was a bit peppery but the matzo was delish. Great on a winter day. The cured meat sandwich was cut thickly sliced. Had a great smokey flavor and the smoke ring was noticeable. Nice bark of spices and went well with the rye bread and mustard.
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Heather Cammarata-Seale
a year ago
i think i found my new favorite sandwich - lox on raisin pumpernickel with pickled mayo, radishes, pickled red onions, and cucumbers. this sandwich was so satisfying yet light and refreshing. It came with a side of delectable salt and vinegar chips. and, be sure to order the ginger soda. not super sweet, this soda has an awesome zing to it! i almost drank the whole thing in one sip. my husband highly enjoyed his smoked meat sandwich and side of poutine. i sampled his poutine, and it was darn good! creamy curds, hearty gravy, and salty fries. you can tell that everything at Mile End is made with great care and attention to detail. Also, i am totally in love with the decor - black and white subway tiles with chalkboard signage.
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Jeff Yablon
a year ago
Burger Tuesday. That is all. Except this : HOLY COW
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Mike Klubok
7 months ago
A Montreal Jewish delicatessen in Brooklyn. Service was good and food was good with large portions. They do not accept reservations - 1st come 1st serve. Usually a wait of at least 1/2 hour but worth it.
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James Kenny
a year ago
I love their BK location, and was a huge fan. My first time here started off fine enough, they didn't have a beer we wanted, no biggie.. Then, halfway through our poutine and pastrami and corned beef sandwiches, probably the worst thing that could happen while eating, happened.. It happened to my girlfriend. She was attacked by a monster roach. It was at least three inches long, and it came from behind. It probably ran up the leg of her chair. I saw it when it was on her right shoulder and before I could react, it ran down her arm and stopped just below the elbow. I reacted by immediately trying to brush it off her arm, and she spotted it and flipped out. She jumped up and ran screaming out of the restaurant. A staff member discreetly caught the pest and disappeared. My girlfriend eventually came back inside to retrieve her bag, search it for roaches, and bee-line out of there. Our meal was free, but it cost more than money. She was traumatized, and so when I stumbled upon another glowing review in timeout ny, I decided it was time to write this. For Suzy.
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Ivan Vovnenko
a year ago
So good. Best pastrami in town. And smoked meat putine - mmm-mm!
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Scott Anderson
11 months ago
5+ sour beers on a rotating beer list! Delish lox!