We know that Sarge’s knows good Jewish-style deli food, and all of our regular customers know it as well. So, we’re not surprised when we get praise from food critics, restaurant bloggers, and other online foodies. The following is a summary of some of the latest kudos Sarge’s Diner & Delicatessen has received over the past few months in case you needed a little more convincing!
Grub Street Names Sarge’s As One Of The Absolute Best Restaurants in Murray Hill
To say that Christopher Bonanos over at Grub Street likes Sarge’s is probably the understatement of the year. Chris gave Sarge’s some really high praise while taking down some of our competitors a few notches. Here’s an excerpt from his article discussing the food at Sarge’s…
…Sarge’s pastrami is — yes — better than Katz’s, better than 2nd Avenue’s, better than anybody’s. (Your palate may differ.) The rest of the traditional menu — the chicken soup, the kreplach — is more than solid, and locals know that the burger is much better than your average diner slider. It is also open 24/7, making it a genuine goddamned treasure.
Chris also ranked Sarge’s as his #2 pick for his best restaurants in Murray Hill list. Thanks Chris! To read everything he said about Sarge’s, check out the full article over at grubstreet.com
Top New York Chef Loves Sarge’s Take-Out
The Wall Street Journal recently ran an article featuring what four notable New Yorker’s put on their must-do lists for the fall. Alex Guarnaschelli, a prominent Manhattan Chef and Food Network regular, explains that when she takes a trip to look at some of the state’s beautiful fall foliage, she likes to bring along a picnic lunch prepared by Sarge’s. Check out want else she, and other big shot New Yorker’s like to do in the fall on The Wall Street Journal website.
CheatSheet Puts Sarge’s On Their Top 20 U.S. Delis List
It doesn’t get much better than this. When compiling a list of the best delis in the entire country, Lizz Schumer over at CheatSheet put Sarge’s among an elite group. She had some very high praise for our food as well as one of our signature desserts…
The small, 24-hour Sarge’s boasts a menu with more than 200 items ranging from traditional Jewish fare, to typical diner food, to totally random items. Grab a matzo ball soup, some stuffed French toast, and top it all off with fish and chips. Bring a few friends to really take advantage of its amazing array of offerings. But save room for dessert — Sarge’s also turns out some of New York’s very best cheesecake. If you don’t go to Sarge’s, you haven’t done New York.
To see where Sarge’s ranked on her list, head on over to CheatSheet to read the entire article.
Sarge’s Is One Of Murray Hill’s Most Reliable Restaurant According To Eater New York
Being named “most reliable” may not sound like much, but New Yorkers understand that any local restaurant that has consistently good food is worth going to often. Eater New York placed Sarge’s on their list of the twenty most reliable restaurants in Murray Hill. They said…
Come at literally any hour of the day or night, all year round, for Jewish classics like matzah ball soup, massive sandwiches stacked with house-cured pastrami and equally well-regarded corned beef, and flaky rugelach.
If you want to take a look at who else made the cut, check out the rest of the list on Eater New York.