Monday, December 17, 2007

2nd Avenue Relocates to 33rd Street

Keeping things kosher in Kips Bay, the 2nd Avenue deli has re-opened after closing last year at its famed 2nd Avenue location. New Yorkers from far and wide are rejoicing as the historic business unshutters to serve classic deli favorites, like matzoh ball soup, pastrami on rye and much, much more. Jeremy Lebewohl, the nephew of the deli's late founder, Abe Lebewohl, kicked off the reborn venture with a cutting of nickel shtikel sausages.

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