New York Deli. The name makes it sound like a place you'll walk into and discover awesome breads, great desserts, maybe some spicy or exotic ingredients etc.
Nope. Just average fare, nothing that really stood out or would make me come back. Believe me, I had scoped NYD out before and I was hungry, having just done a two hour bike ride.
The bartender recommended a few options, and I took her advice and ordered The Holly (Roast beef, turkey, bacon, pickles, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion and mayonnaise served hot or cold on a hero roll). The ingredients sounded interesting but somehow it just seemed like a plain old sandwich. The fries (freedom or french, whichever you prefer to call them) came with the meal and were also unremarkable.
One of the more favorable things about my experience was the price. Even though the sandwich was just o.k., it rang in at an affordable $9.75 - pretty close to what you pay at Subway these days.
The service was great - I guess other reviewers haven't had the best luck with service but I had no problems.
They have a nice bar and a wide array of scotches if that is your thing - I happen to think scotch is disgusting. There are plenty of nice beers on tap, about $5 each. Lots of folks were there for dinner, and lots of folks stopping in for a drink. It was a nice, diverse crowd.
With so many other interesting and delicious options in Carytown (in particular Greek Cuisine) I kindly suggest you keep on, keeping on!
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