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Best "Jewish" deli. in Vegas: Carnegie in the Mirage, Wynn's deli., or somewhere else?

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Joebob

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  1. I've been several times to the Wynn deli (Zooza crackers) but its been several years and it was always good but a LV poster stated it was horrid when he and his partner went a couple of months ago.
    We got a turkey sandwich on rye at Canters deli at Treasure Island in September and it was good.
    Everyone was raving about the pastrami..

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    1. The deli in New York New York is better than Carnegie.

        1. re: Joebob

          Depends which review you believe. I would never order turkey at a deli. Pastrami or corned beef or liverwurst for me.

        2. When I went to the Carnegie at the Mirage ~18 months ago, it was pretty terrible.

          1. I'd consider going off-Strip. I've heard good things about Harrie's, not so much for meats, but for bagels and smoked fish, and staples like potato pancakes, blintzes, and kugel. 855 E Twain Ave and closed for dinner. Family run, small, and homey.

            Weiss, in Henderson, is a more commercial, full-service Restaurant-Deli, with huge portions and a big menu that includes non-Jewish fare. 2744 N Green Valley Pkwy

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            1. re: Dave Feldman

              Do they have smoked sturgeon? Haven't had that for a while.

              1. re: Dave Feldman

                It's my understanding that there are no good Jewish deli's here just as there are no bakeries either. I've heard that Jason's doesn't quite cut it and, unless one goes to the overpriced places on the strip, one has to import the good stuff. When we have visitors from the LA area, we have them bring a 'care' pkg.
                We ought to pool our resources and open one here.