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Carnegie Deli Las Vegas

Carnegie Deli Las Vegas

Carnegie Deli Las Vegas

MIDTOWN, Manhattan (WABC) — The clock wound down for last call at the iconic Carnegie Deli in Midtown.Around lunchtime — when there were still 12 hours left until the deli closed for good — the wait to get in was between 2 and 5 hours.The famous shop closed its doors at midnight after 79 years of serving up heaps of cured meat. Restaurant owner Marian Harper-Levine said her long hours at the deli have taken a toll, and now, she wants to enjoy her life.A handful of people demonstrated to save the deli outside the Seventh Avenue eatery in the morning, including one man who claimed he was once a waiter there.”I initially made an offer,” restaurant owner Sammy Mussovic said. “I’m hoping to save this institution.”But Cristyne Nicholas, spokesperson for the Carnegie Deli, said the restaurant is not for sale.Harper-Levine told her staff in October that she would keep the deli open until Dec. 31 so they could make tips through the busy holiday season. “Moving forward, Marian Harper hopes to keep her father’s legacy alive by focusing on licensing the iconic Carnegie Deli brand and selling their world-famous products for wholesale distribution,” Nicholas said. EMBED More News VideosThe iconic Carnegie Deli is closing at the end of the year. Harper-Levine’s family has owned the Carnegie Deli since 1976. It opened in 1937. The deli was closed for nine months in 2015 over an illegal gas hookup. It reopened last February with a ceremony involving Mayor Bill de Blasio.The owner will continue to license Carnegie Deli restaurants in other cities, like Las Vegas and Bethlehem, Pa., and hopes the flagship location can reopen in the future under a similar arrangement.Harper-Levine released the following statement:”Along with my daughter Sarri and in honor of my late father Milton, I would like to sincerely thank all of our loyal patrons, – tourists, dignitaries, and New Yorkers alike – who have visited Carnegie Deli over the past 80 years. Since my father took over the Deli in 1976, this has been a second home to me and it has been a true privilege and an honor to serve you. Although this has been an incredibly difficult decision to officially close Carnegie Deli New York (854 7th Avenue) tonight at midnight, we thank you for your letters, notes, visits and sharing your stories. The Carnegie Deli looks forward to expanding wholesale and retail operations and welcoming you to the other licensed locations at Madison Square Garden, The Mirage in Las Vegas, NV, Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, PA and during the US Open Tennis Championships in Flushing, Queens. Our family-owned and operated meat processing facility and bakery in New Jersey will continue Carnegie Deli’s celebrated legacy, by supplying the other locations and selling select products and merchandise directly to the public online at CarnegieDeli.com. Thank you again and we wish you all a very Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year!”
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Carnegie Deli Las Vegas

Enlarge this image Customers dine at Carnegie Deli in New York City. The iconic deli, known for its large pastrami and corned beef sandwiches, announced it will close at the end of the year. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Drew Angerer/Getty Images Customers dine at Carnegie Deli in New York City. The iconic deli, known for its large pastrami and corned beef sandwiches, announced it will close at the end of the year. Drew Angerer/Getty Images
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Carnegie Deli Las Vegas

Harper inherited the Carnegie Deli from her father, Milton Parker, who took over the restaurant with partner Leo Steiner in 1976. Back then, the Carnegie was just another deli in the theater district. Then a reviewer from The New York Times listed its pastrami among the best in the city. Ever since, Harper says, it’s been tough for customers to get a table.
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Carnegie Deli Las Vegas

Customers dine at Carnegie Deli in New York City. The iconic deli, known for its large pastrami and corned beef sandwiches, announced it will close at the end of the year. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption
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Carnegie Deli Las Vegas

Customers dine at Carnegie Deli in New York City. The iconic deli, known for its large pastrami and corned beef sandwiches, announced it will close at the end of the year.
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Carnegie Deli Las Vegas

Customers dine at Carnegie Deli in New York City. The iconic deli, known for its large pastrami and corned beef sandwiches, announced it will close at the end of the year. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption
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Carnegie Deli Las Vegas

Customers dine at Carnegie Deli in New York City. The iconic deli, known for its large pastrami and corned beef sandwiches, announced it will close at the end of the year. Drew Angerer/Getty Images
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Carnegie Deli Las Vegas

The Carnegie Deli will still have outposts in Las Vegas and Bethlehem, Pa. But if you’re looking for that table full of comedians in the back, you’ll have to watch Broadway Danny Rose.
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Marian Harper went through a nasty divorce from her husband, who allegedly stole the deli’s prize pastrami and cheesecake recipes, and shared them with his mistress. But Harper says none of that is responsible for the closing of the deli’s Manhattan outlet at the end of the month.
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“I’m sorry to see it go,” says John Sinnott, who was dining with his wife and two children. The family lives in the Hudson Valley and visits New York City every year during the holiday season. Sinnott says it’s an annual family tradition to see the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center, and stop at the Carnegie Deli for lunch.
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Drop in for a quick bite at a deli straight from Seventh Avenue in Midtown New York City. Enjoy East Coast favorites such as hearty breakfast items, sumptuous matzoh ball soup and the famous, overstuffed pastrami sandwich in this classic and fast casual setting right in the center of the Strip.
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Description Drop in for a quick bite at a deli straight from Seventh Avenue in Midtown New York City. Enjoy East Coast favorites such as hearty breakfast items, sumptuous matzoh ball soup and the famous, overstuffed pastrami sandwich in this classic and fast casual setting right in the center of the Strip.
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All pastrami and corned beef straight from Carnegie in New York! *Thoroughly cooking food of animal origin, including but not limited to beef, eggs, fish, lamb, milk, poultry, or shell stock reduces the risk of foodborne illness. Young children, the elderly, and individuals with certain health conditions may be at a higher RISK if these foods are consumed raw or undercooked.

PrincermanMundelein, Illinois24746Reviewed 3 weeks ago Love this placeThis is a great place to get a hot pastrami sandwich. Now that the NY site for Carnegie is gone, this is where I go. It's open most of the day and the food is stellar. Plus the service is quick and well executed.Thank Princerman

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