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Arties Deli


Basic Information

Location 2290 Broadway, New York, NY, United States
Country United States
City New York

General Information

Website http://www.arties83rd.net/index.html
Geographical Coordinates 40.78604,-73.9779


Legendary restaurateur Artie Cutler's (of Carmine's, Docks, Ollie's, Virgils, Gabriela's, Jake's, Columbia Bagel's) last project was to build a great 1930’s New York Jewish delicatessen. When Artie passed away his wife Alice and her brother Carl joined Jeffrey Bank and Chris Metz to finish this project. To rediscover and recreate the flavors of 1930s homestyle Jewish cooking, Jeffrey and Chris tried hundreds of heirloom recipes and talked with people who lived through the era.


The research paid off. Artie's Delicatessen, which opened October 1999 as a tribute to Artie, heralds the comeback of a heritage almost lost. Overflowing with hanging salamis, house cured corned beef,

pastrami made from a secret recipe and other traditional deli meats, it is a nosher's wonderland. And Artie's hand made hot dogs and knishes from the grill are not to be missed. Yet Artie's wine list is contemporary; the service staff is young and knowledgeable and the music up-beat and hip. Artie's a New York style delicatessen done with true New York style.

As of April 2010 a new owner took over, Tuvia Feldman vow to keep the old traditions while bringing a new twist, great beer and wine selections, so if you’re in the neighborhood, be a smartie, eat at Artie’s and now you can even watch your favorite ball games.

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