Stage Delicatessen

Stage Delicatessen The Stage Deli began its ascent to gastronomic fame in 1937 when Max Asnas, a Russian émigré, opened a little delicatessen that has gone on to become a favorite of the famous and not so famous.

President Bill Clinton paid a visit back in 1999.

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Price Range: $$

Attire: Casual

Operating as usual

We knew where our corned beef and pastrami came from!
07/19/2016
Everything we love to eat is a scam

We knew where our corned beef and pastrami came from!

Among the many things New Yorkers pride ourselves on is food: making it, selling it and consuming only the best, from single-slice pizza to four-star sushi. We have fish markets, Shake Shacks and, …

Good to see that Katz's will be with us for a while longer!
04/29/2016
Alongside Katz’s Pastrami, Luxury Condos

Good to see that Katz's will be with us for a while longer!

Katz’s Delicatessen sold two properties and its air rights for about $17 million, paving the way for an 11-story condominium.

It would be a terrible tragedy to lose another iconic New York Delicatessen. Even though we were on opposite sides in th...
12/13/2015
Losing the Carnegie Deli would be tragic for NYC

It would be a terrible tragedy to lose another iconic New York Delicatessen. Even though we were on opposite sides in the "Deli Wars" we were both well aware that we represented a common good. The competition was much more friendly than the public knew. The Delis would always borrow items from one another and the employees were long time friends. Back in the day there was always more than enough business to support both establishments.

The Carnegie Deli has been closed since April, and rumors swirl that it will never reopen. If this truly is the end, will the city lose some of its luster — or, perhaps even more worrisome, its sch...

Our old neighbor still having their problems.
12/05/2015
Carnegie Deli Is Dying of Neglect

Our old neighbor still having their problems.

The owners of Carnegie Deli are letting the 78-year-old restaurant wither on the vine.

The last meatpackers may leave Manhattan when their lease expires - Crain's New York Business
11/16/2015
The last meatpackers may leave Manhattan when their lease expires - Crain's New York Business

The last meatpackers may leave Manhattan when their lease expires - Crain's New York Business

November 16, 2015 The last meatpackers may leave Manhattan when their lease expires The neighborhood they made has been their undoing. By Aaron Elstein Comments Email Print × Photo: Buck Ennis A STEAK IN THE FUTURE? (From left) Felix Baptiste, Miro Rames, John Jobaggy, Rod Rames, Francisco Martinez,…

A lost art in the Delicatessen business.
08/09/2015
The best slice in NYC isn't pizza

A lost art in the Delicatessen business.

On a recent Saturday morning in Park Slope, hungry locals wait in the rear of Blue Apron gourmet food shop. Behind the counter, Silverio “Jay” Benitez Jr. doesn’t let the impatient crowd rush him a...

Too bad New York City doesn't regulate cooling towers as well as they do the restaurant industry. If they had maybe this...
08/04/2015
Legionnaires' deaths prompt New York mayor to vow cooling tower regulations

Too bad New York City doesn't regulate cooling towers as well as they do the restaurant industry. If they had maybe this tragedy could have been prevented. Make the owners of these buildings as responsible as restaurant owners are required to be! The restaurant industry pays tens of millions of dollars in fines every year and face immediate closure of their businesses if inspections are failed. While those building owners face minimum fines that go unpaid with little over site of the industry.

Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Tuesday a historic outbreak of Legionnaires' disease that killed seven New Yorkers has triggered an effort to mandate city-wide inspections and cleanings of air

For all you Deli mavens! Please see the new documentary from Erik Greenberg Anjou! The film features our friend Ziggy Gr...
03/03/2015
Deli Man

For all you Deli mavens! Please see the new documentary from Erik Greenberg Anjou! The film features our friend Ziggy Gruber, a true "Deliman" keeping the art of Deli alive. The Stage is represented along side all your favorite and iconic Delis from across the nation.

At last, the deli documentary you've been waiting for! Erik Greenberg Anjou's film explores Jewish culture as it reflects the heart of a vital ethnic history. In Houston, Texas, third-generation deli man Ziggy Gruber has built arguably the finest delicatessen restaurant in the U.S, Kenny & Ziggy's.…

12/24/2014

Merry Christmas to all our old friends! It's been 2 years since we closed our doors after 75 years. We'll be keeping the page up and start additional postings in the coming new year. Recipes, pictures and some great stories from the past. Feel free to post your own memories of the Stage Deli.

Address

834 7th Ave
New York, NY
10019

Opening Hours

Monday 6am - 1am
Tuesday 6am - 1am
Wednesday 6am - 1am
Thursday 6am - 1am
Friday 6am - 1am
Saturday 6am - 1am
Sunday 6am - 1am

Telephone

(212) 245-7850

Services

  • Delivery
  • Catering
  • Groups
  • Kids
  • Takeout
  • Waiter
  • Walkins

Specialties

  • Breakfast
  • Coffee
  • Dinner
  • Drinks
  • Lunch

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