We always eat lunch at Stage Deli, but this time we tried Carnegie Deli -- two of the few Jewish delis left in the city, I have read. Authographed photographs of famous people covered the walls and the waiter told us Woody Allen's movie "Broadway Danny Rose" shot a scene there and he comes in there once in awhile. I had my usual corned beef on rye which arrives, four inches high, piled with enough meat for three or four sandwiches. The deli was small, noisy and smelled delicious. I wish I had room for the only-in-New York cheesecake. There is something different about it -- it is drier and higher than other cheesecakes. I should have brought a cooler with me to bring one home!
Note: For some reason all of the pictures I took with my cell phone turned out in black and white. I just checked the settings and somehow they were set that way. Don't know how that happened! So these pictures are ones I found online. Thank you to those people, whoever they are. Blogger also wouldn't let me move the pictures around. I have had that problem before -- don't know why it does that.