I was born and raised in the Bronx but didn't travel much out of my enclave. I was surprised to learn there's a strong Jewish community here. I'm not Jewish, by the way. I loved to see the bagel shops. This restaurant, Liebman, was worth the visit. I liked how unpretentious the environment was. Space is limited but cozy. Service was good and the food was as well. They started us with a small serving of coleslaw and dill pickles. Then I had a bowl of good matzo ball soup and followed up with a pastrami on seeded rye bread, and coffee. The pastrami was very tender, too. Their portion sizes are generous. Needless to say, I left quite filled and satisfied. Check them out. You will not he disappointed.
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