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Christo's is amazing because whatever I need they seem to have tucked away somewhere.


This. They will sell you anything they have, even the stuff they have on-hand for making prepared food (a head of lettuce, for instance).

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I feel like I'm going to be assaulted for saying this, but - although not a deli per se - I think Christo's on 8th St makes a pretty good sub sandwich. Now we have Egyptian coptics making Italian subs.


They are not bad, but not great either (and the bread is somewhat frequently stale). They seem to do everything OK.

Christo's is amazing because whatever I need they seem to have tucked away somewhere.

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I feel like I'm going to be assaulted for saying this, but - although not a deli per se - I think Christo's on 8th St makes a pretty good sub sandwich. Now we have Egyptian coptics making Italian subs.

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Wait, Monmouth St Deli exists?


SE corner of Pavonia. Pretty good sandwiches, and they have hot steam table italian food that I've never gotten. Gotta say though, the sandwiches at Podewitz's on Central are even better! So odd, Italian deli with Jewish name...



Podewitz's has killer stuffed cabbage , true old school JC spot.

Their rice pudding is 5 stars as well.


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So, 15th Street. New owners, some guys from the city. They opened the place up a bit. There was a cat sleeping on the loafs of bread, so buyer beware.


I'll take a cat on the loaves over rat turds in the bags. Nice to see a cat earning his keep unlike all the freeloaders loafing around apartments.


The bread bed is its reward for a job well done.

Thumbs up, cat!

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So, 15th Street. New owners, some guys from the city. They opened the place up a bit. There was a cat sleeping on the loafs of bread, so buyer beware.


I'll take a cat on the loaves over rat turds in the bags. Nice to see a cat earning his keep unlike all the freeloaders loafing around apartments.

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So, 15th Street. New owners, some guys from the city. They opened the place up a bit. There was a cat sleeping on the loafs of bread, so buyer beware.

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Monmouth Deli is open every day. Very early and not very late in the day. Good sandwiches and hot food, salads and caters office parties. Joe has been here for longer than any of us.

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There is a fairly large Jewish community in Rome, and a long (and, checkered) history of Jewish communities in Rome, and Italy at large. But, I have no idea about the history of Podewitz's, so I don't know if it was established by an Italian Jew, or maybe it just evolved into what it is today after changing hands.


I assume the latter, Ockham's Razor and all that.


This actually made me laugh quite a bit. You get extra cool points for the geek-chic logic reference.

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There is a fairly large Jewish community in Rome, and a long (and, checkered) history of Jewish communities in Rome, and Italy at large. But, I have no idea about the history of Podewitz's, so I don't know if it was established by an Italian Jew, or maybe it just evolved into what it is today after changing hands.


I assume the latter, Ockham's Razor and all that.

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Wait, Monmouth St Deli exists?


SE corner of Pavonia. Pretty good sandwiches, and they have hot steam table italian food that I've never gotten. Gotta say though, the sandwiches at Podewitz's on Central are even better! So odd, Italian deli with Jewish name...


There is a fairly large Jewish community in Rome, and a long (and, checkered) history of Jewish communities in Rome, and Italy at large. But, I have no idea about the history of Podewitz's, so I don't know if it was established by an Italian Jew, or maybe it just evolved into what it is today after changing hands.

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Wait, Monmouth St Deli exists?


SE corner of Pavonia. Pretty good sandwiches, and they have hot steam table italian food that I've never gotten. Gotta say though, the sandwiches at Podewitz's on Central are even better! So odd, Italian deli with Jewish name...

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Are there actually any real delis other than 2nd Street Bakery in DTJC?



I haven't eaten there, but how about Gotham Deli?

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Wait, Monmouth St Deli exists? I had heard about it, but have never seen it; thought it was something of the past and had closed years ago. I've lived here for 10 years and have never seen it!

And yes, Little Sandwich Shop is pretty much a deli, that's right. I often forget about them.


Monmouth St is only open during the week, and closes early, so it's easy to miss.

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Wait, Monmouth St Deli exists? I had heard about it, but have never seen it; thought it was something of the past and had closed years ago. I've lived here for 10 years and have never seen it!

And yes, Little Sandwich Shop is pretty much a deli, that's right. I often forget about them.

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Are there actually any real delis other than 2nd Street Bakery in DTJC?

The lack of a real deli, or pizza by the slice places is so bizarre.


You need to move to western HP/HC. We've got the excellent "old school" Monmouth St Deli, and 5 slice joints within a few blocks, Delenios, Carmines, Christos, Esperantos, & Rustique.

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Not that I am aware of. For me, 2nd St on the weekend and Bon App or one of the Bodegas (none of which are great) during the week. Little Sandwich shop is OK as well for some things.

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Are there actually any real delis other than 2nd Street Bakery in DTJC?

The lack of a real deli, or pizza by the slice places is so bizarre.

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hopefully it is a quality "standard" NJ/NY style deli/sub shop with good sandwiches that are not too crazy. surprisingly, there isn't much I love in town since A1 closed.

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Saw a new sign and inventory going into what's now being called 15th Street Deli at Erie/15th. Right by the basketball courts, where people play volleyball. hah

Anybody stopped in yet? It's on my commute from Downtown to Hoboken and this would be a sweet stop if they have good coffee/breakfast sandwiches.

If nobody chimes in I'll be the guinea pig this week.

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