Sarge’s Deli & Restaurant

By grace.g.yang ยท March 4, 2011
Under: American,Cheap Eats,Dinner,Murray Hill

When I lived in Pittsburgh, David and I used to walk home from swim team practice and stop at practically every restaurant we could to grab a bite before heading home for dinner. Our favorite places included Eat-N-Park, Bruegger’s, Pam’s, a pizza place, and a small Jewish deli that served awesome pastrami sandwiches with mustard. When I moved to New York, I sampled some of the more famous delis but thought the meat was all too dry and lean but one night Ken and I were in the mood for a late night snack and found Sarge’s deli on seamlessweb and caved in to the pastrami and corned beef sandwich:

Sarges deli 1

The pastrami and corned beef combo reminded me of the days when David and I would plop down at the deli and count our change before ordering our pastrami sandwich with a dollop of mustard:

Sarges deli 2

Yes, we ate in bed and yes, it was so awesome. The sandwich had the perfect amount of lean and fatty meat and we definitely devoured it in an very short amount of time. I’ve never visited the restaurant but the service for seamless is very quick and it’s one of the better pastrami sandwiches I’ve had in the city!
Sarge's Deli & Restaurant on Urbanspoon

Reader Comments

Whoa…that sandwich looks good…i use to eat from Sarge’s Deli in the past from Seamless, but got very sick off of their shrimp sandwich once…which is probably my fault seeing at it was the hottest part of the summer…but i’m down to try their pastrami…i love pastrami. how much was the sandwich?

Written By Draven on March 14th, 2011 @ 2:12 am

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