Pastrami And Corned Beef

Rye Ridge Delicatessen, Rye Brook & Stamford


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NYC has Carnegie & Katz’s, but we’ve got Rye Ridge Deli. Its sandwiches, like pastrami or corned beef, are piled so high with meat (and creamy coleslaw) that you might have to deconstruct it just to fit it in your mouth. If you like your meat a bit leaner, you have your choice of the first-cut for $1 more. You can also choose whatever bread you’d like, but I have no idea why you’d get anything other than the classic rye or pumpernickel.

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Pastrami And Corned Beef

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