Lox to see: an exhibit filled with Jewish deli food opens in Upper West Side

Friday, November 11, 2022
EMBED <>More Videos

An exhibit entirely dedicated to Jewish deli food opened in the Upper West Side's New York Historical Society. It explores the classic deli foods and their cultural significance.

UPPER WEST SIDE -- What is more 'New York' than a sandwich from a Jewish deli?

A new mouth-watering exhibit exploring the origins of these tasty shops is now open at the New York Historical Society on Manhattan's Upper West Side.

The exhibit covers everything from bagels to borscht, and lox to latkes.

It explains how food with Jewish immigrant roots became a fixture in American culture, including being featured in movies like "When Harry Met Sally."

The exhibit runs through April 2023.

MORE NEWS: Veterans Day: Westchester County nursing home throws surprise parade to honor residents who served

----------

* Get Eyewitness News Delivered

* More New York City news

* Send us a news tip

* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts

* Follow us on YouTube

Submit a tip or story idea to Eyewitness News

Have a breaking news tip or an idea for a story we should cover? Send it to Eyewitness News using the form below. If attaching a video or photo, terms of use apply.