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Manny's Uptown Kitchen transports diners to tastiness with a bevy of comforting dishes and scrumptious sides. Nosh on juicy, flavor-doused meats, scrumptious sandwiches, and endorphin-pumping sweets. Menu items include revamped deli classics such as matzah-crusted, gulf-fried catfish ($13), fried green tomatoes with goat cheese ($5), and Dr. Brown's barbecue-glazed salmon ($18). Or opt for a high-five occupier such as one of the signature Reubens ($10 for corned beef, pastrami, or roasted turkey), potato knish ($6), or homemade matzah ball soup ($5). For kings cursed to turn everything they touch into maple syrup, Manny's serves breakfast all day, including challah french toast ($7) and pan-fried salami and egg scramble ($7), and desserts such as five versions of famous Carnegie Deli cheesecake ($7-8), the Messy Hot Fudge Sundae ($6), and made-to-order apple strudel ($6).