The end of an era: “Since 1937, the Carnegie’s skyscraper sandwiches and obnoxious waiters encapsulated the very ethos of excess that characterized New York as a whole”

NEW YORK POST
Carnegie Deli will close at end of 2016
by Steve Cuozzo
September 30, 2016

The Carnegie Deli, a New York institution since 1937, will soon serve its last “Woody Allen.” The iconic home to gigantic Jewish-style sandwiches — like the 4-inch-high, pastrami-and-corned beef “Woody” on rye — will close its doors forever on Dec. 31, The Post has learned. Restaurant owner Marian Harper Levine tearfully broke the news to 60 heartbroken employees on Friday morning. READ MORE

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