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Mile End

97 Hoyt St. (Atlantic Ave.) Send to Phone
718-852-7510 | Order Now! | Menu
A Montreal Jewish deli in Brooklyn---craft beer and wine too.
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Breakfast & Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner Wed.-Sun., Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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Mile End, Brooklyn, NY

Mile End Restaurant Review

: Mile End is a collision between deli culture, Montreal and Brooklyn, and a sacred culinary spot for Quebecois expats living in the Big Apple. The locavore-leaning offerings include a tender roasted Wagyu beef au jus on a sea salt roll, fried pickled green tomatoes with a smoked paprika sour cream, Brussels sprouts spiked with candied walnuts and green apple and, of course, gooey poutine. But it’s the bagels alone that bring people out to this Boerum Hill deli, as they’re brought in from Montreal and made in that special Quebecois manner (hand-rolled, par-boiled in honey-infused water, and baked), making them smaller, denser, and slightly sweet. Craft beer and wine by the glass and the quartino are available.

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