Second Avenue Deli

162 East 33rd Street
Oy gevalt! The Second Avenue Deli no longer on Second Avenue? One of a dying breed of delis formerly found throughout the East Village and Lower East Side, Abe and Jack Lebewohl's temple of gefilte fish and chopped liver was a living legend in the fo... more
Oy gevalt! The Second Avenue Deli no longer on Second Avenue? One of a dying breed of delis formerly found throughout the East Village and Lower East Side, Abe and Jack Lebewohl's temple of gefilte fish and chopped liver was a living legend in the former Yiddish Theatre zone of lower Second Avenue. For a time the infamous pornographer Al Goldstein was waiting tables here, a place where the waitresses would give you plenty of oy vey with your food. Now the place has been transformed into a Chase, leaving not even a shadow of its former self.

Fortunately, the deli's been relocated to Murray Hill, where you can get your fill of matzo ball soup, schmaltz, herring, pastrami and zillions of other beloved dishes.

Drag the street view to look around 360°.
Use the arrow buttons to navigate down the street and around the neighborhood!

Info

162 East 33rd Street
New York, NY 10016
(212) 689-9000
Website

Editorial Rating

Category

Delicatessens

Price

$$$$$

Ambience

Casual

Payment

All Major

Featured On

Other Delicatessens Restaurants

Favorite Cafe

Reliable deli near Penn Station. view

Kosher Delight

Kosher Delight, founded and operated by the Huberfeld family, has been serving t... view

Terramare Cafe

Sandwiches and more on the Upper East Side. view

 

Keko Cafe

Keko Café is a neighborhood café dedicated to providing fine tea, gourmet coffee... view

Smiler's Delicatessen

Deli in Midtown East. view

David's Brisket House

Tremendous deli sandwiches and—not surprisingly—brisket in Bed-Stuy. view