For decades, the Carnegie Deli in Midtown served up pastrami sandwiches, matzo ball soup, and other Jewish classics for New Yorkers but it closed its doors in 2016.
Now the Carnegie Deli is back in the form of a pop-up.
Beginning this weekend and running through December 8, you can visit 201 Lafayette Street, at the corner of Kenmare, and be transported back to 1958. Your black and white cookies will only cost 50 cents and a new sandwich, called "The Maisel," is only 99 cents. That's named for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
The team behind the Amazon hit show worked with the family behind the Carnegie Deli to bring back the shop and celebrate the Season 2 premiere on December 5.
I spoke with actor Tony Shalhoub, a star in the series, about what it's like shooting this quintessential New York show right here in the city.
If you want to reserve a spot at the Carnegie Deli pop-up, head to homeofthemaisel.com