Mile End

(212) 555-1212 | View Website

97 Hoyt St, Brooklyn, NY | Directions   11217

40.687506 -73.987068

Open Hours

Mon 8am-4pm

Tue-Thu 8pm-11pm

Fri 8am-1am

Sat 9am-1am

Sun 9am-4pm

 
Restaurants, Delis And Delicatessens, Breakfast  more

More Tags: Lunch Spot

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Dress Code: Casual

Neighborhoods: Boerum Hill

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Mile End
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Menu
Appetizing Platter, Bagel and Shmear, The Beauty, Breakfast Sandwich, Mish Mash, Smoked Whitefish Salad, Smoked Meat Hash, Hash, Bacon, Stumptown Coffee... more

Reviews for Mile End

Mile End
Recommends

While I enjoy eating their pastrami, I tend to go for their smoked turkey sandwich. Piled high with tender juicy meat and topped with pickle

Recommends

It's best known for its pastrami, but the really interesting thing for me are the original takes on Jewish food -- from a smoked chicken with rye gnocchi to a veal-laded kasha varnishkes.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

BLAH – Big disappointment. This is a small place so be prepared to wait an hour or more for a table for dinner but the food is not worth the wait. Deli can be comfort food but this was not. I had the matzo ball soup, a salty dishwater with odd seasoning and a boring firm matzo ball. The chopped liver was OK but just OK. The fried green tomato was OK but not for the wait. We also had a duck prosciutto which was odd. The main course was the brisket. Two big plates of meat. One was moist while the other was dry. Again, the odd seasoning was unpleasant. This is a "Deli" for people that don't know Deli. I will not go back.

Recommends
over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Review – Katz's, the legendary Lower East Side deli, is old-school, surly and frozen in time. This Brooklyn deli is the hip, friendly, new kid on the block, yet the two share one definitive trait: the best pastrami sandwich in New York (depending on who you ask). At Mile End, which is patterned after the Jewish delis of Montreal, the pastrami is called "smoked meat" and comes piled high on rye, like at a traditional New York deli, though this pastrami is dryer, more garlicky, and comes from local, hormone-free cows. Everything is smoked in-house, meaning there isn't much room for a dining area, and the counter and communal tables are packed at all but the most off-peak hours with Boerum Hill regulars and deli worshipers on a pilgrimage.

 

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