Sarge's Deli

A "Monster" of a New York Deli
Sarge's Deli
There are deli sandwiches and then there is the MONSTER. It is large, delicious and filling and has every deli meat under the sun plus coleslaw and pickles. I have yet to find a more complete sandwich. One day I hope to beat the MONSTER but today I will enjoy eating the MONSTER.
David Ariel - The Long Distance Eater

This iconic New York Jewish deli has been the promised land of pastrami since Abe “Sarge” Katz, a retired NYPD cop, opened its doors in 1964. Step inside and you get a true New York deli experience—complete with signed celebrity photos hanging on the walls, Tiffany lamps and the scent of smoky pastrami wafting past the classic diner booths. Sarge’s famous pastrami comes from an old family recipe and is cured in house—one of the last NY delis to do so. The city that never sleeps needs a deli that never sleeps either. And that place is Sarge’s—open 24/7 since the very first day.

You can sleep when you’re dead. Or, god forbid, out of pastrami.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Thrillist named Sarge's Deli one of the 10 Best Places to Get Pastrami in NYC. The deli has also been featured in New York Magazine, The Village Voice and on Eater.

Sarge's Deli

A "Monster" of a New York Deli

This iconic New York Jewish deli has been the promised land of pastrami since Abe “Sarge” Katz, a retired NYPD cop, opened its doors in 1964. Step inside and you get a true New York deli experience—complete with signed celebrity photos hanging on the walls, Tiffany lamps and the scent of smoky pastrami wafting past the classic diner booths. Sarge’s famous pastrami comes from an old family recipe and is cured in house—one of the last NY delis to do so. The city that never sleeps needs a deli that never sleeps either. And that place is Sarge’s—open 24/7 since the very first day.

You can sleep when you’re dead. Or, god forbid, out of pastrami.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Thrillist named Sarge's Deli one of the 10 Best Places to Get Pastrami in NYC. The deli has also been featured in New York Magazine, The Village Voice and on Eater.