Frankel's Delicatessen

Jewish, Deli / Bodega, Gourmet
$ $
631 Manhattan Ave (at Bedford Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11222
Wednesday
9:00am - 3:00pm
Thursday
9:00am - 3:00pm
Friday
9:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday
9:00am - 3:00pm
Sunday
9:00am - 3:00pm

Tips

  • Incredible family-owned joint focused on giving back to the community through the act of providing life-changing pastrami. Do yourself a favor and swing by for breakfast.
  • Cold brew and challah egg sandwich
  • The pumpernickel everything is so good, but Im always amazed how long it takes to make a bagel with cream cheese, even when Im the only order up
  • Best Breakfast Sandwiches Around!
  • Scallion Cream Cheese, Tomato and Crispy Bacon.
  • Pastrami egg and cheese = Breakfast sandwich on steroids.
  • Classic Brooklyn bagel shop, perfect for a breakfast sandwich. You can't go wrong with the bacon, egg and cheese. If you want to try something a little different, opt for the Smoked Fish Bagel.
  • Expensive as hell but good Jewish Deli sandwiches. Surprisingly friendly service.
  • Classic Brooklyn bagel spot. Try the Smoked Fish Bagel.
  • The number 1 is AMAZING. It beats out any salmon/lox bagel Ive had anywhere in NYC.
  • Small space - take it to go and enjoy in mccarren park. And dont toast you bagel - they are fresh! Get the Number One if youre into lox
  • BLT is amazing Perfectly done.
  • Better pastrami sandwich than Katz
  • Ive been getting the number one which is a bagel sandwich with some kind of smoked salmon, cream cheese, and a semi-sweet pickle. Its good!
  • Pastrami lox is a extraordinary creation. Get that. Or, if you're not feeling the sodium, go for a bagel with scallion cream cheese and crispy bacon. Either move is a win.
  • The pastrami egg and cheese on a roll is one of my favorite breakfast sandwiches.
  • Pastrami egg and cheese sounded amazing, but it's was mostly mediocre eggs and cheese with quite good pastrami. Would come back specifically for that and smoked fish. Friend had latkes which looked A+
  • Best of Time Out 2016: Pastrami sandwich
  • If you can get to this vibrant homage to the classic NYC Jewish deli during the day, then definitely get anything with pastrami and one these Hot Dogs ($3.67).
  • The bagels are not great.

Nearby places

780 Lorimer St (at Driggs Ave)
727 Manhattan Ave (btwn Norman & Meserole Ave)
2 Berry St (at N 14th St)