Sunday, October 28, 2007

Hot Pastrami on Rye at Bens

I had a craving for a pastrami sandwich today.  The Kosher deli in my neighborhood closed about 12 years ago since Flushing became more Asian and less Jewish.  So, we took a short drive to Ben's in Bayside.  From there we went to Barnes and Nobles where we bought Lee a basketball book.  Then, it was on to Crocheron Park where we took a walk along Little Neck Bay.  My next pastrami sandwich will be on Dec 1 at Bens in midtown Manhattan where Alan B, a regular reader of this journal, will be the happiest man on the face of the earth since his "next event" will become a reality.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Funny you should mention pastrami.  It's not something one usually finds on menus here in MN.  However, we were at a tiny eating place in a tiny town near us, and they had pastrami!  So Dave tried it.  I had meatloaf.  I'm sure his pastrami was not nearly as good as anything I've had in Brooklyn!  Those were the "good old days."

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