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Mile End Delicatessen



97 Hoyt Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

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(718) 852-7510

  • Sun - 10:00am - 10:00pm
  • Mon - Thu 8:00am - 10:00pm
  • Fri 8:00am - 11:00pm
  • Sat 10:00am - 11:00pm

Cuisine: Delis


4.8 of 5.0 from 225 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • JamesThe smoked meat and the chicken schnitzel blt sandwiches were both delicious.

    55555 by James


  • GothamistThe poutines and brisket get most of the attention here (and rightly so), the Hoyt Dog ($8) definitely deserves some love too.

    55555 by Gothamist


  • Brandon F.Their smoked meat brisket sandwich was phenomenal — especially the cuts.

    55555 by Brandon F.


  • Cole K.Start with the basic smoked meat sandwich before getting crazy with all the amazing poutine. Or don't. You do you, beautiful person.

    55555 by Cole K.


  • Lore TExquisito! Si quieren algo dulce challah french toast sin dudarlo!! Algo salado Mont Royal!!

    55555 by Lore T


  • Sof JBuenisismo !!! Super recomendado !! Y muy buen servicio.

    55555 by Sof J


  • Sam BSmoked meat sandwich is great.

    55555 by Sam B


  • Jonathan ALove that they have a take out window. Grab a cortado while I wait for my smoked meat sandwich order.

    55555 by Jonathan A


  • Emil H.The Reuben is nice, try swapping the russian for mustard.

    55555 by Emil H.


  • Maria A.Great customer service, cozy space for intimate neighborhood dinner. Great Matzo Ball Soup.

    55555 by Maria A.


  • Guest of a GuestWhat does a Jewish deli know about a grade-A burger? Apparently everything. Each of Mile End Deli's patties are ground separately and then run through the mill together to create the ultimate meld.

    33333 by Guest of a Guest


  • Lindsey F.Fancier priced but worth it. Smoked meat heaven 👌

    55555 by Lindsey F.


  • M M.Chopped liver as good as Grandma's!

    55555 by M M.


  • Joe WThat Ruben was fantastic!

    55555 by Joe W


  • Guest of a GuestThis sandwich place is mouthwatering to say the least with choices including a classic reuben, smoked duck grilled cheese, smoked mackerel, and chicken schnitzel.

    55555 by Guest of a Guest


  • Robert JSandwiches are very good here.

    55555 by Robert J


  • Alex B.Get the poutine with meat, the eggplant is also very nice

    55555 by Alex B.


  • Amy CThis one is for Fergus - best pastrami sandwiches.

    55555 by Amy C


  • Mikahla VicinoMontreal style bagel really is the best.

    55555 by Mikahla Vicino


  • Leila RDon't go here for dinner. This place is hideously overpriced. While they may excel at smoked meats, the "salads" were extremely underwhelming.

    33333 by Leila R


  • Zack K.Everything.

    55555 by Zack K.


  • Liz PRuebens and matzo ball soup all day

    55555 by Liz P


  • MikaelSlaw and Smoked Meat Burger! That's all you need.

    55555 by Mikael


  • Ryan B.Good food apparently allows them to have terrible, surly service.

    22222 by Ryan B.


  • Jason B.Fantastic Montreal style deli serving a great bacon egg and cheese at breakfast time

    55555 by Jason B.


  • Matthew BGet your Canadian favourites here - Montreal smoked meat, bagels, and poutine!

    55555 by Matthew B


  • Adriana PPoutine 👌🏻

    55555 by Adriana P


  • Ella E.The potato pancakes are to die for, and if you're not feeling like meat -- Falafel Burger!!!

    55555 by Ella E.


  • Danyel S.i'm sure it's not the norm here, but the service was really rude.

    22222 by Danyel S.


  • Gideon O.Just as good as any Jewish deli, the smoked meat is delicious and the pickles are too

    55555 by Gideon O.


  • Christina ChinSmall place with limited seats, got the Ruth, was delish and not too big. And the pickle! Yum

    55555 by Christina Chin


  • Geoffroy B.The poutine really is legendary. Thick, just right fries, delicious gravy, and big cheese curds if that's your thing. Have it with a Gose sour beer.

    55555 by Geoffroy B.


  • Nick RunyanIt's good but too expensive

    55555 by Nick Runyan


  • Barry BloomOut of chicken soup at 2 pm on Sunday is not a good thing. Very disappointing on a cold day. Smoked meat sandwich (Canadian version of pastrami) very good. Did I say they ran out of matzoh ball soup?

    33333 by Barry Bloom


  • Josh TSmoked Meat Poutine is always a must buy do have breakfast sandwich for a lighter meal. Never get a pic early on the Poutine...

    55555 by Josh T


  • Yvette JThe classic Reuben. Yes.

    55555 by Yvette J


  • Qiana SSmoked meat sandwich and poutine

    55555 by Qiana S


  • Ainsley BGreat food, knowledgeable service and intimate layout

    55555 by Ainsley B


  • Gaëlle LSuper smoked beaf burgee

    55555 by Gaëlle L


  • Qichen Z.Poutine! So deliciously bad in the most refined way possible. Can't believe I just called gravy and curds refined, but that's what happened.

    33333 by Qichen Z.


  • Robert StewartSmoked Meat Hash!

    55555 by Robert Stewart


  • Saif D.You wouldn't know it, but the burger is awesome.

    55555 by Saif D.


  • Daniel S.Did you order the smoked meat poutine? No?!?!! Flag down the waiter and add it to your order, or live with regret for the rest of your life.

    33333 by Daniel S.


  • Sabrina M.Smoked Meat Poutine

    55555 by Sabrina M.


  • Pablo QThe Chicken Schnitzel sandwich is amazing!!!

    55555 by Pablo Q


  • Madison LThe Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon

    55555 by Madison L


  • Terence C.Wow! Best smoked meat (smoked brisket) sandwich I've ever had! Perfect smokiness with the kick of mustard. Brisket was tender and moist! Only wish was maybe toast the bread. 5/5

    55555 by Terence C.


  • Scott S.Smoked meat sandwich is amazing

    55555 by Scott S.


  • Ben G.if I could eat brunch everyday here I absolutely would

    55555 by Ben G.


  • Sunanda SachatrakulShuts at 10p mon-wed

    33333 by Sunanda Sachatrakul


  • Eli HPoutine. Smoked meat.

    55555 by Eli H


  • Marc E.“cure, smoke, steam, and hand-slice their own pastrami. Standout dishes are the smoked meat, the Ruth Wilensky salami sandwich, and the pastrami burger.” – GS: http://tinyurl.com/m8jpzn3

    55555 by Marc E.


  • Michelle LuI got a Reuben and shared a tasty chopped liver spread with my bf. The Reuben was corn beef and delicious, with a little bit of sweetness to it. Was craving more cheese cuz I like cheese!

    55555 by Michelle Lu


  • Kimberley S.If you like brisket, order the smoked meat sandwich.

    55555 by Kimberley S.


  • Levant PandaFood is very good. It has one of the better burgers in all of Brooklyn. It's just overpriced for the food that is served.

    55555 by Levant Panda


  • Scott S.Hit up Tuesday night for the smoked meat burger and poutine special. Hit up any other night to be equally happy and fulfilled. Brisket and corned beef are a knockout.

    55555 by Scott S.


  • Zachary BlankJew(ish) good food but small and busy, could take a while to get a table.

    55555 by Zachary Blank


  • Harry RobertsThe Smoked Meat Burger is one of the best things that ever happened to me. This place is great.

    55555 by Harry Roberts


  • Sandra RubinchikOrdering the poutine is extra fun with your Russian dad, who thinks you keep asking him to try some Putin.

    33333 by Sandra Rubinchik


  • Sun A ChungSmoked meat poutine $13

    55555 by Sun A Chung


  • Carlos V.Sleeper sandwich pick: The Ruth Wilensky. I prefer it to the smoked meat sandwich. The onion roll it comes on is warm and soft.

    55555 by Carlos V.


  • Adam S.Split a poutine order for the table. The smoked meat burger was otherworldly. And Dan Cortese was there!

    33333 by Adam S.


  • Mike M.If you're going for brunch, split a bagel or breakfast sandwich with a side of poutine with smoked meats. Can't miss.

    55555 by Mike M.


  • Daniel BarnettGet your smoked meats here! Poutine, sweetbreads, sandwiches, chicken salad, all very very good.

    55555 by Daniel Barnett


  • Ranu R.Amazing beer selection with lots of sours! Poutine and the smoked burger. Done.

    55555 by Ranu R.


  • patrick r.breakfast poutine. f-yeah.

    55555 by patrick r.


  • Stewart SavageI come here just for the poutine.

    55555 by Stewart Savage


  • Doug S.The chopped liver is quite good.

    55555 by Doug S.


  • Rachel S.Brisket hash for brunch, poutine for dinner.

    55555 by Rachel S.


  • TV Food MapsCheck out Mile End Deli as seen on Meat And Potatoes , Unique Eats

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • CaitlinAmazing selection of sour ales. Also hope the pistachio cake is the dessert.

    55555 by Caitlin


  • Matt D.Get the smoked meat. Worth getting on the train for it's so good.

    55555 by Matt D.


  • Red F.Meat. Smoked meat. Take away is easiest.

    55555 by Red F.


  • Joyful BellyThe Smoked meat sandwich is as pure of a love letter to Deli food as I've ever had. What they are able to do to beef is just breathtaking.

    55555 by Joyful Belly


  • J L.Black Seed bagel ... Poutine... Smoked meats... All great choices.

    55555 by J L.


  • First We FeastHave the smoked brisket (called smoked meat here) served traditionally on rye bread with a schmear of mustard, or chopped up & smothered on fries with cheese curds & gravy in the smoked-meat poutine.

    55555 by First We Feast


  • Amy F.Let me say something .. Let me say something .. I'M IN A GLASS CAGE OF DELICIOUS!

    55555 by Amy F.


  • goopHearty, meaty sandwiches and Montreal-style deli food (house-smoked meats, poutine, brisket) served deluxe. Make sure to get a pickle on the side and wash it all down with a good glass of wine.

    55555 by goop


  • Joe AlicataTuesday night burger night is the best.

    55555 by Joe Alicata


  • Anna D.Great twist on all your favorites! Love the staff, beer and wine only. Really good Syrah. Brussels sprouts are to die for!

    55555 by Anna D.


  • Scott R.Montreal in Brooklyn, but with higher standards. Tiny venue.

    55555 by Scott R.


  • Katelyn SGet Ballast Point IPA!

    55555 by Katelyn S


  • Philip G.Sunday night Chinese testing menu is awesome

    55555 by Philip G.


  • Paul d.I didn't think it was possible but Mile End is better than Katz's

    33333 by Paul d.


  • Alan H.Best poutine outside of Quebec.

    55555 by Alan H.


  • Julian L.Amazing food, try the breakfast sandwhich!

    55555 by Julian L.


  • EaterNoah and Rae Bernamoff offer a fresh take on delicatessen fare at this tiny Boerum Hill restaurant. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Ayami W.As someone who's lived in Montreal the past 5 years this was so disappointing. Everything - from the cheese curds to the smoked meat to the pickles - was extremely salty.

    33333 by Ayami W.


  • Aidan F.Zero vegetarian options :-(

    33333 by Aidan F.


  • Joshua B.Don't bother with the chopped liver unfortunately, focus your efforts on smoked meat poutine and tasty coffee.

    55555 by Joshua B.


  • Liz C.Get the fried eggs and hash. Done.

    33333 by Liz C.


  • Nat H.Smoked Meat Poutine: "Montreal-worthy poutine is here! Pretty much everything else on the menu is worth eating too."

    55555 by Nat H.


  • Dave KersThe lineup of dishes, includes mains like brisket or turkey, starters such as squash latkes or matzo ball soup, and on the side: challah stuffing.

    55555 by Dave Kers


  • Kirby P.New incarnation has a very serious beer list.

    55555 by Kirby P.


  • ChristineOpen for lunch again!

    55555 by Christine


  • RobynHad lunch here on a Tuesday afternoon - matzo ball soup & chicken liver with a nice beer. There was no wait for a table and our server was super nice.

    55555 by Robyn


  • EaterIt's basically a beer bar with deli-inspired pub grub. The evening menu includes things like schmaltzed hot wings, fried corn, poutine, charred lamb's tongue skewers, and a fried artichoke salad.

    55555 by Eater


  • ChristineNo longer open for lunch on weekdays.

    55555 by Christine


  • Umair Z.A mediocre food experience. I was really looking forward to eating here. The smoked meat sandwich was full of chewy fat = gross. The poutine was great though.

    33333 by Umair Z.


  • Sam F.Get the pastrami!

    55555 by Sam F.


  • Christopher I.Get the smoked pastrami sandwich w/ poutine. Do it.

    55555 by Christopher I.


  • Ben G.They use Square!

    55555 by Ben G.


  • abdulnabyThese dudes from Montreal bring it with the smoked meat sandwich, poutine, and smoked burger. The fried corn and green beans looked good too.

    55555 by abdulnaby


  • jillian d.The pickles and slaw are super vinegary - just as they are meant to be

    55555 by jillian d.


  • Mike C.Try the The Beauty - Lox, cream cheese, tomato and onion on a bialy. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Sergio M.Don't accept credit cards(((

    22222 by Sergio M.


  • Time Out New YorkTheir irreproachable, house-made smoked meat—the joint’s foundational item—gives a smoldering, peppery kick to a loosely packed patty of mineral-rich brisket in their Smoked-meat Burger.

    55555 by Time Out New York


  • Christopher P.They have the gall to charge five cents more than Katz's for their much smaller and not nearly as delicious pastrami sandwich. And no pickles included?

    22222 by Christopher P.


  • Joe D.Sunday night Chinese pre fixe is pretty, pretty tasty (and unique)

    55555 by Joe D.


  • Daniel L.Pickle lovers, get the pickle plate. The fennel hits that spot just right.

    55555 by Daniel L.


  • Daniela F.Sunday Chinese Dinner.

    55555 by Daniela F.


  • Emma C.The hanger steak bought tears to my eyes. Peter who?

    55555 by Emma C.


  • Charles F.Poutine and smoked meat sandwich

    55555 by Charles F.


  • Ryan B.Try the Reuben - So good (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Ryan B.


  • Steven E.My third trip here and the food is consistently good. The smoked meat sandwich is amazing. Don't miss out on Sunday Chinese Dinner or Wednesday Burger night.

    55555 by Steven E.


  • Karin MA small place that serves incredible food. And all the reviews are all true. We had the poutine. Delish. Smoked meat hash, very good. But the chopped liver - BEST.

    55555 by Karin M


  • Gloria SDON'T EAT THE RYE BREAD EWW EWW 

    22222 by Gloria S


  • Dan Y.They got rid of the vegetarian gravy. You people are fucking monsters.

    55555 by Dan Y.


  • Serious EatsWe're not huge fans of the wildly popular smoked meat, but the loosely modern Jewish dinner menu is excellent.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • Chris LauzonAs a Canadian, their poutine is best in city!

    55555 by Chris Lauzon


  • Stefanos RDelicious creamy potato soup... Gotta try it !

    55555 by Stefanos R


  • David K.Try the Matzoh Ball Soup - Needed today!

    55555 by David K.


  • Joe D.Damn, if they have the Duck special, get it. Then find the nearest confessional.

    33333 by Joe D.


  • Dannel J.GET THE SMOKED MEAT POUTINE OR GET OUT

    55555 by Dannel J.


  • Natthapol N.smoked meat

    55555 by Natthapol N.


  • DinaNot only is the food amazing, but the 90's/00's hip hop soundtrack makes you never want to leave. Every song brought me one step closer to middle school dance heaven.

    55555 by Dina


  • Kika G.All of the things. Especially chicken salad sandwich with pickles on toasted challah

    55555 by Kika G.


  • Wendy A.If the wait's too long, go 2 blocks down to Bergen & have a beer at The Brooklyn Inn, a dive bar extraordinaire.

    55555 by Wendy A.


  • Bill M.Excellent iced coffee!

    55555 by Bill M.


  • BonobosLove the smoked meat sandwiches!

    55555 by Bonobos


  • Alessandro R.The best place I've ever eaten so far in nyc. Really worth the visit and to get many and many times back to taste all the menu items!!!

    55555 by Alessandro R.


  • Julie F.Try the Fried Chicken Sandwich - With watermelon and cucumber salad and pickled watermelon rind (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Julie F.


  • Julie F.Try the Montreal Bagel Sandwich (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Julie F.


  • Julie F.Try the Breakfast Sandwich - With pork & turkey patty, fried egg and apple compote (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Julie F.


  • Doctor K.Try the Smoked Meat Poutine - Better then what I've tried in montreal. #fseatup (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Doctor K.


  • Doctor K.Try the Smoked Meat Sandwich - The best. #fseatup (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Doctor K.


  • Ben G.Try the everything.

    55555 by Ben G.


  • Ronak M.Try the Poutine - Just like Uni (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Ronak M.


  • Aaron Christopher C.This place is so authentically amazin. Ever felt the guilt of the famously un-Kosher combination of chicken salad and bacon? Here gribenes act in lieu of the pork and don't disappoint. So damn good..

    55555 by Aaron Christopher C.


  • David R.Bring the dog and order from the window

    22222 by David R.


  • Chris M.Tuesday is burger night. And a great night it is!

    55555 by Chris M.


  • Marie b.Be prepared to wait for Brunch

    55555 by Marie b.


  • Julie F.Try the Smoked Meat Sandwich

    55555 by Julie F.


  • Mike D.Great hoyt dog....

    55555 by Mike D.


  • Christine C.poutine. smoked meat sandwich.

    55555 by Christine C.


  • Patrick M.Worthy of Montreal's best right in the middle of Brooklyn! Great smoked meat (don't confuse with pastrami). Even tighter seating than Schwartz's. Cheese on poutine doesn't do "squeek squeek" though.

    55555 by Patrick M.


  • Brian M.Get the breakfast sandwich and luxuriate in the embrace of chazzer, bacon's Canadian cousin.

    33333 by Brian M.


  • Steven Alan Shop"Be sure to get the poutine, pastrami, and the fries covered in cheese curds and gravy!"

    55555 by Steven Alan Shop


  • JiaJia F.Don't come here with a vegetarian.

    55555 by JiaJia F.


  • Zachary B.Smoked meat anything. It's their staple. The poutine is a lot of food. Order accordingly.

    55555 by Zachary B.


  • Albert F.Whole menu with extra pickles!

    55555 by Albert F.


  • Proper Idlenessturkey sandwich

    55555 by Proper Idleness


  • Scott S.Try one of the newest additions to Mile End’s menu, the breakfast burger, involves a juicy veal and turkey sausage patty, cheddar and apple-maple butter sandwiched by a house-made English muffin.

    55555 by Scott S.


  • Brendan S.Poutine with super-thick, housemade chicken-mushroom gravy and cheese curds from Silver Moon Creamery in Maine.

    55555 by Brendan S.


  • Ryan S.Stumptown coffee and Montreal smoked meat = perfect Sunday.

    55555 by Ryan S.


  • Upper N.After you are done enjoying Mile End, check out Upper 90 around the corner on Atlantic. Awesome soccer gear from around the world!

    55555 by Upper N.


  • VoiceStreetVillage Voice is excited to have Mile End at the 2012 ChoiceEats food fest! Full list of restaurants here: http://ow.ly/8QjDQ

    55555 by VoiceStreet


  • 7th.ListDelicious: smoked meat sandwich(cured & smoked beef br i sket , mus tard, rye), the mont royal (lox, potato & chive latke, crème fraiche), menu - http://mileendbrooklyn.com/images/mileendmenus.pdf....

    55555 by 7th.List


  • eric m.Poutine with smoked meat. Very, very tasty.

    55555 by eric m.


  • NYC: The Official GuideSmoked-meat sandwich: All-natural beef. A healthy dose of garlic. Cured in 18 freshly ground spices for 11 days, smoked for 8 hours, steamed for 4 more and then hand-sliced. It's what you're ordering.

    55555 by NYC: The Official Guide


  • Flavia S.Their salted cod appetizer is spectacular, and boy do I love those beers!

    55555 by Flavia S.


  • VoiceStreetWinner of Best Canadian in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue! Get the succulent Montreal-style brisket.

    55555 by VoiceStreet


  • jake f.i never thought i'd say this, but their smoked meat rivals katz's pastrami for best jewish sandwich in the city. montreal-style jew food mecca that moses would be proud of.

    55555 by jake f.


  • Alex R.The salad is great b/c it's not drowning in mayonnaise (a fate that often befalls whitefish salad). The bagels are "Montreal-style" which means slightly smaller (I don't mind) and less salty (I mind).

    33333 by Alex R.


  • Time Out New YorkTry the restorative Whole Mishpucha, a hearty, family-style matzo ball soup. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011.

    55555 by Time Out New York


  • RazorfishPastrami, poutine, etc. — Rob S., UX

    55555 by Razorfish


  • Daniel LBagel and Shmear makes me happy on Saturday mornings. Yum!

    55555 by Daniel L


  • Helen L.Get the large order of smoked meat for parties of 3 and assemble your own perfect sandwiches!

    55555 by Helen L.


  • Justin HThere's a new smoked trout fried rice on the menu. It's a special, ask about it!

    55555 by Justin H


  • Chloe C.The buttermilk cod is amazing. At first a special now it's on the menu

    55555 by Chloe C.


  • Food NetworkHost of Meat & Potatoes, Rahm Fama samples the Smoked Meat Sandwich, dripping with juices, that takes center stage at Mile End Deli, a Montreal-style Jewish deli. Find more tips at FN Local.

    55555 by Food Network


  • ScanwichesMontreal Smoked Meat, Mustard, On Rye.

    55555 by Scanwiches


  • Caroline W.Mizz fabulous gettin her grub on yal! Dis place 2 kewt! Get d@ poutine yal, 2 gud 4 wordz... #luvmesumgravy

    55555 by Caroline W.


  • EaterThey serve excellent smoked meat sandwiches by day, and innovative takes on Jewish classics at night. Great neighborhood spot; also worth the schlep across the river. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Adam W.POUTINE with SMOKED MEAT nomnomnom

    55555 by Adam W.


  • nymagWe know they do a bang-up job at all the Canadian-style favorites here, but have you tried the turkey sandwich? Brined, smoked, steamed, and sliced to order: Featured in Cheap Eats 2011!

    55555 by nymag


  • Vaughn A.Beef on weck is the closest thing to an Italian beef sandwich I've had outside Chicago. But with horseradish. Really something.

    55555 by Vaughn A.


  • Jeff B.I know this place is a destination for the smoked meat, but the hot roast beef on a roll is phenomenal.

    55555 by Jeff B.


  • Robert S.Try the Smoked Meat Hash - Memorial Day morning feast!

    55555 by Robert S.


  • Matthew R.Buy the beef sandwich. You will not regret the decision.

    55555 by Matthew R.


  • Liz O.The borscht was excellent! So much flavor in every bite/slurp?

    55555 by Liz O.


  • Matt MA must do for the lush Montreal bagels. If you want to buy some to take home don't forget to order online by Friday for Saturday delivery. Or order direct from St Viateur en Montreal.

    55555 by Matt M


  • The Daily MealGet the poutine - their cheese curds are from Silver Moon Creamery in Maine. Delicious and fresh-tasting!

    55555 by The Daily Meal


  • Elizabeth K.The twice-baked challah is a party in your mouth.

    55555 by Elizabeth K.


  • AntonellaGrowing up near the st-viateur bagel shops in Montreal, I came here to have the bagels!! Also try the poutine, the smoked meat of course!!

    55555 by Antonella


  • jeffrey c.Johnathan that spot is awesome. Stop by the office..

    55555 by jeffrey c.


  • Cooking ChannelReally, truly, one of the best brisket sandwiches I’ve ever had. - Lee Anne Wong, Unique Eats

    55555 by Cooking Channel


  • Charly S.Post 45 min wait: "oh, I'm sorry we are out of meat but I recommend the smoked trout." Yeah, that happened!

    33333 by Charly S.


  • Tani Y.smoked meat, lamb bacon salad, pickle plate

    55555 by Tani Y.


  • Meg M.smoked meat sandwich and brussel sprouts are worth pre fasting for. if theres a crowd have a drink at brooklyn inn while you wait

    55555 by Meg M.


  • Bradley A.When they have the maple baked beans, challah, duck sausage special, don't be stupid. Get it.

    55555 by Bradley A.


  • Blake A.Amazing brisket hot dog....order one if it's on special.

    55555 by Blake A.


  • nymagIt’s the ultimate in handcrafted retro deli pleasure here, where you must try the pastrami on rye with a Brooklyn-brined pickle. Featured in Where to Eat 2011!

    55555 by nymag


  • Adam H.Good matzo ball soup

    55555 by Adam H.


  • John J.Get the egg sandwich...white cheddar, Canadian bacon, eggs cooked perfectly.

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  • Ed K.Best place in Brooklyn to get your Poutine and Montreal Smoked Meat fix. They also have an enormous selection of Canadian strange brews!

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  • FoodspottingTry the Smoked Meat Sandwich

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  • Eugenie H.Not stroller friendly!

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  • Sandro P.The smoked meat is delicious - glorious hand cut brisket that rivals Katz's. Fries & matzoh ball soup were both excellent. Place is tiny so go off-hours or get it to go & find a spot in the 'hood

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  • Hayden dThe pickles here are outstanding, but really so is everything else!

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  • MediLamb burger is the shit

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  • Wesley V.wow, smoked meat sandwich

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  • Nick F.Impossible to go wrong. Give it your best shot though. Everything is bomb.

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  • Nora L.Excellent house-cured meats, friendly staff. Definitely get the chopped liver special if it's available.

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  • The Corcoran GroupYou must try the smoked meat sandwich, the poutine and the sour pickles. They are closed daily from 4.30-5.30. Not much in the way of seating, so be prepared to wait.

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  • Vaughn A.This is a top 5 NYC bagel. And a beautiful Brooklyn vibe.

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  • Doctor K.They Close at 4:30pm on Mon & Tues :(

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  • Eunice H.Dayammm. Get the smoked meat and "vegetables" aka poutine. Come back for the specials. Tonight it's the chicken. Delicious.

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  • Justin HTry everything at some point. consistency across the board. Craving a smoked meat hash now! Staff rocks - get here if you haven't yet.. they're also open late for dinner if you're in the hood.

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  • Joaquin AThey are out of lox right now, if you come expecting to get The Beauty, it's not available. Booo.

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  • Fiona CThe Montreal Bagels are amazing.

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  • elizabeth C.Poutine, smoked meat and pressed salami sandwich were all amazing. The wait wasn't that bad at all and it was worth it to sit and enjoy the poutine in house. Can't wait to go back and try more!

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  • Alex R.Bring a friend and go go splitty-splitty on a Beauty (bagel +lox) & A Breakfast Sandwich (Canadian bacon + egg + cheddar on rye) Pro tip: the latter doesn't travel well.

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  • Danny A.Smoked meat sandwich is awesome

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  • Corey ASmoked meat hash will get you high...on food love.

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  • Danielle G.Stumptown coffee $2/refill is $1.50

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  • Danielle G.The beauty is fabulous. You can split the meat platter three ways easy.

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  • Jon R.I hope the prices stay in the normal range. This place is awesome. The smoked meat is great but don't miss the borscht.

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  • Kevin L.Get there around 11:40 and start waiting till noon. That's when the famous Montreal smoked meat is served. It's well worth it.

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  • David R.Killer coffee. Get some pickles to good if you can.

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  • Oz L.the beauty (smoked salmon on a montreal bagel) is excellent. If you're feeling super indulgent, get the classic poutine. it's a punch in the stomach - in a good way!

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  • Ed J2$ cup of coffee to go. It's real coffee. It's delicious. Also, use the soap in their bathroom. It's the coolest design I've ever seen for soap.

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  • Marcio JWhen I went there they were out of brisket. So o had the salami sandwich, which was fantastic.

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  • Frugal BThe smoked meat is amazing. But everything here seems $1 or $2 too expensive. If you feel likewise, walk up Hoyt to Fast & Fresh Deli for a great, cheap Mexican torta. Or stay here and indulge!

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  • JaseTry the Smoked Platter and an order of Poutine, Hosehead.

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