Mile End Deli

Montreal Style Smoked Meats from the Big Apple
Mile End Deli
Ah smoked meat; my favorite way to sandwich. The team at Mile End might be the new guy on the iconic NYC Jewish deli block, but they're doing things this city has never seen before, handcrafting smoked goodness sure to please anyone north or south of the 49th Parallel.
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While a Jewish deli in New York City is certainly nothing new, it’s clear from the success of Mile End that a Jewish deli DOING something new can make the difference. In a city filled with mile high pastrami sandwiches, Mile End is curing meats the Montreal way. Since 2010, founder Noah Bernamoff celebrates the tastes of his Canadian hometown by smoking, pickling and slicing every nosh on the menu in-house—including the famous smoked brisket, which uses blend of seasonings common in Montreal that make it unique from traditional NY pastrami—and yet, it’s completely familiar in the most comforting way.

You may not get the traditional NY deli side of gruff served with your meal, but don’t hold that against these sandwiches. Smoked brisket, in any form, is always something we can get behind.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Mile End Deli has been featured in the New York Times, New York Magazine, Eater, Gothamist, Goop, InStyle and on the Food Network and the Cooking Channel.

Mile End Deli

Montreal Style Smoked Meats from the Big Apple

While a Jewish deli in New York City is certainly nothing new, it’s clear from the success of Mile End that a Jewish deli DOING something new can make the difference. In a city filled with mile high pastrami sandwiches, Mile End is curing meats the Montreal way. Since 2010, founder Noah Bernamoff celebrates the tastes of his Canadian hometown by smoking, pickling and slicing every nosh on the menu in-house—including the famous smoked brisket, which uses blend of seasonings common in Montreal that make it unique from traditional NY pastrami—and yet, it’s completely familiar in the most comforting way.

You may not get the traditional NY deli side of gruff served with your meal, but don’t hold that against these sandwiches. Smoked brisket, in any form, is always something we can get behind.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Mile End Deli has been featured in the New York Times, New York Magazine, Eater, Gothamist, Goop, InStyle and on the Food Network and the Cooking Channel.