Rye Good-Bye: Famed Carnegie Deli Closes Its Doors After Nearly 80 Years
The world-famous Carnegie Deli’s flagship location in New York City closed its doors for good late Friday, after 79 years serving gut-busting sandwiches and other delicacies.
Owner Marian Harper-Levine made the decision to close the iconic eatery, first established in 1937, citing long hours among other reasons, “Fox & Friends” reported.
Harper-Levine’s father Milton purchased the Carnegie in 1976, and over the years it became known for its multitude of famous patrons, including director Woody Allen and comedian Adam Sandler. – READ MORE