> Since 1929, this Jewish restaurant/diner is known for its traditional NYC sandwiches, i.e. pastrami, corned beef, matzo ball soup, etc. > The interior has not changed since 1929. > With an open kitchen, the restaurant offers a 30' length sandwich dining counter. > With a total square footage of just below 1,500, the restaurant is of a long linear shape with a dining room at the back. > Located in the center of Manhattan on 5th Avenue and 22nd street, the restaurant sits directly across the famous Flatiron building.
> Smoking is allowed depending on the numbers of smokers in the shoot > Pets are allowed depending on the number of pets needed for the shoot > Alcohol is allowed depending on total number of people consuming all at once > Outdoor is allowed depending on the total volume of food being brought in for the shoot