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Artie’s is changing hands

According to Crain’s New York Business, Artie’s delicatessen, on the Upper West Side, is changing ownership.

Says Crain’s:

Alicart Restaurant Group, which owned Artieís, as well as six other restaurants, including four Carmineís, sold the deli to Tuzia Feldman, who signed a 15-year lease at the deliís current 2290 Broadway location.

It quotes Mr. Feldman as wanting to open three or four more Artie’s in New York. So there could be more deli on its way New Yorkers!
I’d welcome it. Artie’s is a pretty darn tasty place. Especially the baked goods and the brisket Reuben.
2290 Broadway (at 83rd)
New York, NY 10024

5 Responses to “Artie’s is changing hands”

  1. Moshe Feder Says:

    I’m certainly in favor of more delis.

    I’ve never tried Artie’s, but I remember being annoyed that their menu (which I perused from the sidewalk) confused lox and nova. Maybe Mr. Feldman will fix that.

  2. Bill Shaw Says:

    I attempted to go to Arties on a Sunday morning when I was visiting NYC(I am a transplanted New Yorker who grew up on the Upper West Side. They said they did’nt open until 9:00AM That was a bummer. We eat early.

    Bill shaw

  3. Pastramiking Says:

    I heard Artie’s is way underrated. Might get there at the end of January when I go East.

  4. Lois Says:

    Maybe the new owners will know what kasha is….although maybe that’s just a kosher deli item and a Reuben sandwich certainly isn’t kosher

  5. Rabbi Jeff Stiffman Says:

    When visiting New York we usually stay on the Upper West Side and have eaten at Artie’s often. Their flanken barley soup is outstanding – enough for two adults. Their pastrami sandiwches are excellent as well. Their waiters are not as rude as could be expected, but they are accommodating.

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