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A Historic Salami Sandwich at Mile End

New York Ben Jay 3 comments

For a change-up from Mile End's smoked meat, consider this salami and mustard sandwich on a kaiser roll. More

Mile End's Knishes

Kate Williams 1 comment

More than just a fun-to-say word, knishes are emblematic of Jewish deli snacks. Their hearty nature and portable shape make for an easy, if heavy, snack on the go. The version at the Mile End Deli is a different shape than most: rolled into a log instead of into a dumpling, transforming the knish into light(-er) fare. More

Mile End's Knishes

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

More than just a fun-to-say word, knishes are emblematic of Jewish deli snacks. Their hearty nature and portable shape make for an easy, if heavy, snack on the go. The version at the Mile End Deli is a different shape than most: rolled into a log instead of shaped into a dumpling, transforming the knish into light(-er) fare. More

Smorgasburg: Some Serious Food That Somehow Has Gone Unnoticed (Until Now)

New York Ed Levine 11 comments

Should I admit that I made my first visit to Williamsburg, Brooklyn's Saturday-only hipster artisanal food bazaar Smorgasburg this past Saturday? Ahh, why not. What did I find? Some insanely serious food that we haven't written about. Until now, that is. More

TGI Fry-Day: Cod Fritter Falafel at Mile End

New York Jessie Pascoe Post a comment

Mile End's dinner menu is not for the faint of heart. A compromise among these hard-hitting carnivorous entrées and, well, a romaine salad, is the cod fritter falafel ($11), which gives traditional falafel a run for its money. Shaped like falafel, these cod fritters have a light, crisp crust (no grease!) with a flaky fish interior. You'll wish for plenty more in your order. More

Mile End: Great Dinner Menu, But Skip the Smoked Meat

New York The Serious Eats Team 24 comments

The crew at Serious Eats has loved the idea of Mile End, a self-styled Montreal deli in New York, since it opened just about one year ago. We all love the Montreal-style smoked meat we've eaten at Schwartz's, and of course our love of pastrami and smoked meat knows no bounds. It's just that every time we have tried Mile End's smoked meat, it hasn't been quite right. But how does their brand-new dinner menu stack up? More

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