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Choose Between Two Options
- $7 for $15 worth of deli food
- $10 for $20 worth of deli food
Served on freshly baked bread, a range of toppings creates more than 70 New York–themed sandwiches, such as the Brooklyn Bridge, packed with turkey, bacon, and provolone ($4.69 for half; $7.69 for whole), the vegetarian-friendly Madison Sq. Garden ($6.09), and the Knuckle Sandwich's brawl between pastrami and three types of cheese ($8.69). See the full menu.
Gandolfo’s New York Deli
Emulating a true-to-life New York deli, the interior at Gandolfo’s conjures the bustling streets of the Big Apple without the clamor of subways or the rush of the city. Inside each franchise—Gandolfo's locations, like New York City's five boroughs, are spread across 15 states—New York Jets posters and Statues of Liberty don the walls, overlooking helpings of more than 70 New York–themed sandwiches. From the Long Island chicken salad to the pastrami-stuffed King of Queens, each variety comes piled high atop a freshly baked hero or kaiser roll or sourdough, wheat, or rye bread. The deli also sates Manhattan–size appetites with chili-soaked Nathan’s hot dogs and relieves morning cravings with bagels buried beneath turkey and roast beef.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Good deli sandwiches on hero rolls... ”
“Their food is meaty goodness. Tender beef and pastrami, and lots of it! The prices are cheaper than if you were to go to the store and buy the meats yourself....”
“Their food is meaty goodness. Tender beef and pastrami, and lots of it! The prices are cheaper than if you were to go to the store and buy the meats yourself. Friendly staff. ”
“It was great and the people were friendly”