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Where to buy good fresh Rye bread?

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not at a supermarket?

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    1. Thanks for the quick response. I will be right in that area at Barney Greengrass buying tongue to make sandwiches. I used to do tongue with eggs and onions. Now I've got Schwartz's mustard in the fridge asking to be put on rye with tongue.

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      Barney Greengrass
      541 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10024

      1. Maybe out of your way but worth patronizing: Moshe's , 2nd Ave., 7th Street. Corn rye is especially good...and Orwasher's, on the UES.

        1. If you want a real Northern Euro type rye (not a Jewish rye, which really isnt rye) try Nordic breads @ the New Amsterdam market. Just like you get in Finland and boy is it tasty. Worth a detour.

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          1. re: MOREKASHA

            I Googled and found out that market is at 902 Peck Slip in the Financial District.

            Why do you say a Jewish rye "really isn't rye"? OK, nevermind. That would be an off-topic discussion on this board...