Restaurant: Mile End Deli
Friday, February 8, 2013 at 1:26AM
Preach in Due Process: Restaurant Reviews

Mile End Deli
97A Hoyt St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 852-7510

One of the quintessential things that makes New York the city it is, is the
Jewish delicatessen. You know at least two people that enjoy a good corned
beef on rye, sauerkraut optional. In an era where some of the more notable
spots are closing down due to rising prices, there are one or two places that
look to fill the void in new ways. And one of those places fitting the bill nicely
is Mile End Deli located in right in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.

Smoked brisket poutine and Labatt’s.

The deli is a homage to the food of Noah Bernamoff’s youth in Montreal,
Quebec. Combining Jewish home cooking with a French-Canadian accent
gives you succulent dishes such as the classic poutine, served up with 
hand-carved smoked brisket. Other tasty items include the chicken soup
with matzo balls, smoked whitefish salad, and even duck pastrami. Take
note that the weekend brunch is a heavy draw and the space while it is
inviting, is cozy. Be prepared to wait a bit, but it is worth it. Mile End is 
guaranteed to give comfort to your belly with ease.

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