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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The New Yorker Marketplace & Delicatessen

322 Pharr Rd. NE (Grandview Ave.) Send to Phone
High quality classic sandwich fare fashions an extensive menu.

Breakfast & Lunch Mon.-Sat.
  • Parking lot
  • Dress code: Casual

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The New Yorker Marketplace & Delicatessen Restaurant Review

: And they say Atlanta has no good delis? The naysayers should try this one. Offering a combination of fine meats and fish market and deli, with first-rate prepared salads, The New Yorker also features sandwiches. Fried bologna with American cheese and mayo comes piled on an onion roll. Behold, a fine Reuben, oozing plenty of Thousand Island dressing. Perhaps healthier is the chicken meatloaf sandwich, with grilled onions and tomatoes on rye. A huge whole pickle accompanies these sandwiches. There are a slew of seafood sandwiches, too, but "Noe's Fishwich," a version of fish fajitas on a hero roll, is the outstanding choice. Return after work to take home Prime beef, fish and seafood, house-made crab cakes, or whatever suits your fancy for supper.


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