1880 Deli is bringing back the tradition and quality that made the “Deli” beloved among the immigrants of the Lower East Side. With a full spectrum of food from the deli sandwich to the high end steak, 1880 guarantees to satisfy any palette, as they open its doors today in Lakewood.
Yitzy and Yechiel, the proprietors, went all out, hiring Master Chef Robert Coll, Winner of the Confection Association Award, Former Executive Chef at the Box Tree steakhouse NYC, The Douglaston Manor, Queens, NY, and Max’s Steakhouse at Trump Plaza, Atlantic City.
The restaurant, located at 1880 West County Line Road, is open fraom 11 AM – 11 PM.
Weren’t they open for the last 6 months?
Chatoif VeEchol Chatoif UShesi!
Lakewood has come a long way from (moderated) to these high end classy eateries, well done!!
Where on county line is that?
No more thursday night ?!!!!!
Um… 1880 West County Line Road
Not enough information?!?!
You are already on the internet. Try mapquest, google maps, etc. Would have taken you less time then it took to ask the question.
Make the u-turn right past NPGS-Jackson. It’s in the small plaza right past the car wash.
The presentation was awesome food tasted amazing.
beat my expectations
Yummmmmmmm ! What’s the # for reservations ?
Good luck to the new restaurant, but who says we want to bring NYC to Lakewood? Haven’t we brought enough of NYC to Lakewood?
GOOD STUFF!!!! Where is Avi my man!!!!???
Amazing place!!! Great food!!!!
Mamash gevaltig .we are now the same as Nyc.
I wish them well but the food business is tough. Food establishments – in Lakewood especially – change ownership or close at a comical rate.
Yitz is the man!! He hired an excellent chef, although he himself is a great cook.
Food is great, management rocks, avi behind the counter, what more could you ask for!!!!
Now I can convince all my friends in Flatbush and the Five Towns that they can move here and not miss the elegant eateries of Ny . Chazak Veematz for helping Lakewood grow . Hatzlacha
What a wonderful way to be mizakeh the rabim. The west side of town really needed a restaraunt badly. KOL HAKOVOD and much Hatzlacha!
Sounds great! Just a bit confused. Its being called a NYC deli but the prices ($45 steak) are not reflecting that.
In a Nyc deli, you walk out full for under $15.
Another point- “fresser burger” or “belly buster”?? Really??!!
I miss the Yitz’s chopped liver…….
Lazer, I have been living on the westside of lakewood for 17 years…..I think I am surviving
If boropark, flatbush, and kensington can be here why not the city too? Chazak chazak
The fress of NY has finally arrived in Lakewood ir hatora, while I am not chas vechullila knocking any restaurant establishment in Lakewood or particular this one, actually I am wishing everyone mazal, but we should ask ourselves is this why we reb Aron established the yeshiva here in Lakewood and not in the NY east side? Learning Torah leshmoh is not synonymous with a well done steak , the alter of nuvardik would have have gotten a heart attack upon arriving at the entrance to Lakewood with a welcome to a full packed Ice cream store an hour after shaboss, while times have changed , we are still Jews, and it would have been nice that every seat down establishment should also have have a post on when the next shiur will be, be it for a daf yomi, or mussar, or just how to be a mentchen , a shiur in how nice it’s to be greeting another yid would be a nice mussar shumuze in a restaurant or some other shumuze, it would make it all a less of a strictly less of a leshmo fress occasion, anyway that’s my take, I moved to Lakewood for the Torah atmosphere and I wish that it will always stay that way. Zeit gerund alle yidden
Lakewood ir ha Torah is located in America, land of free commerce where supply=demand and if not, bye bye extraneous businesses.
Way too expensive
ALTER MOSHE. Next time I go into a restaurant I will ask when is the next shiur on how the shecita on the well done steak was,
Just ate there. Food was great service was excellent and the ambiance very cool. Hatzlacha Raba!
Lakewood sure ain’t what it used to be.
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