Carnegie Deli

Deli / Bodega, Sandwiches, American
$ $ $
854 7th Ave (at West 55th St)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 757-2245
8:00am - 12:00am
8:00am - 12:00am
8:00am - 12:00am
8:00am - 12:00am
8:00am - 12:00am
8:00am - 12:00am
8:00am - 12:00am



  • You've got to try my absolute all time favorite deli in NYC. They even have my pic hanging up with all the celebs right in front!
  • When Carmelo Anthony came to town the deli immortalized him with a meat monument known as "The Melo". It's a skyscraper of pastrami, salami, corned beef, lettuce, tomato, Russian dressing and bacon.
  • Best cheesecake ever.
  • OK, it's a tourist trap. But who cares... because it's also the BEST corned beef or pastrami sandwich (or 2-in-1) in the whole wide world!
  • View from the Carnegie Deli line. It shows the crane falling off the roof, but it's tied down somehow.
  • A tourist destination that charges $3 to split a sandwich. Stillits worth it once you dive into their giant pastrami sandwich served in a hot minute.
  • The "Woody Allen" is a must have, but make sure you bring your appetite: pastrami and corned beef PILED HIGH!
  • don't eat the day before, have the open face rueben then cheesecake. you won't be able to move, but it's all good.
  • save room for the cheesecake
  • come here -- eat a roast beef sandwich -- you'll get so much on your plate you'll never wanna see it again! a true new york jewish deli. don't miss!
  • Just go there. Get a pastrami sammich. Thank me later
  • Tip: Portions are big so share a Woody Allen with someone cute who's about to give a talk at a prestigious economics conference.
  • Service sucked. Don't cAre how good the food is, im not coming back.
  • Here you'll find one of the tastiest potato knishes on the planet. A soft and buttery crust with delicious mashed potatoes inside.
  • Nao invente. Nao olhe o cardpio nem pense duas vezes. o que voc tem que comer o sanduiche de pastrami e ponto final.
  • evrything is good but you have to have the knish,,you'll thank me later..
  • Overpriced, overrated. But because it's so famous it may be with going to once in your life just to see what it's like and be stunned by the MOUNTAIN of food they pile on your plate.
  • Ugh. Way too expensive and full of tourists.
  • A local favorite and known for their delicious meats. Try the 'Melo' sandwich in celebration of Carmelo Anthony's arrival to the New York Knicks NBA Team.
  • Pickles are like cucumbers, don't like sitting so close to others...price is to expensive

Nearby places

Broadway & 7th Ave (btwn W 42nd & 47th St)
59th St to 110th St (5th Ave to Central Park West)
1600 Broadway (at W 48th St)