Harold's harkens back to the delis that ar no longer around in the New York style. If in Manhattan you MUST go to Katz's they are the only 'real' deli left, but let's get back to Harold's.
When you walk into Harold's on the right you can't but notice their deserts. Foot long eclairs, gargantuan (always wanted to use that word) cakes and pies that look like they were made for giants.
That is a preview of what to expect when you order your meal. I have been there numerous times and have never left without a doggie bag I'm a pretty good eater but cannot finish their sandwiches. The last time I took a friend and we had a platter of three meats, corned beef, tongue and pastrami = carnivore heaven. They have a pickle bar across from the desert display and rye bread abound, just in case you finish the half loaf that's placed on the table.
One note when ordering specify how you like your meat, I like mine juicy with a good fat content, the wife likes her meat with almost no fat. They will give you what you want but you have to ask.
Darn it's 5:40 in the morning and my mouth is watering for pastrami.
If your in the area and like deli fare you will not be disappointed.
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