New York City’s beloved Carnegie Deli makes an eight-day return next month with a pop-up experience in Nolita. From Dec. 1 through Dec. 8, the former Midtown deli, which closed in 2016 after serving its famous 1-pound sandwiches for nearly 80 years, will be revived at a storefront at 201 Lafayette Street. The pop-up pastrami shop comes from Amazon Prime in celebration of its new season of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” a comedy-drama set in 1950s Manhattan (h/t NBC 4).
The original Carnegie Deli on 7th Avenue via Flickr CC
According to the pop-up’s website, dining will be available on a first come, first serve basis, boasting the “quickest takeout corner you’ve seen since 1958!” Parties up to four can make reservations, with are scheduled for every 30 minutes.
The deli will be decked out with 1958-inspired decor, including a jukebox, photo booth, and counter services. Menu offerings include 99-cent “Maisel” and “Susie” sandwiches, 75-cent mini knishes, 50-cent black-and-white cookies, and 50-cent cheesecake. Beverages like Dr. Brown’s Soda and coffee will also be 50-cents.
All proceeds from the pop-up will go to the Lower Eastside Girls Club, according to the Daily News. The Golden Globe Award-winning “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” returns for its second season on Dec. 5.
Find more information on the event here.
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