Here is a look back at some of our past reviews:
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Oct 29, 1993
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Restaurant Critic - Arthur Schwartz
Divine indigestion - "When the lox & Nova, baked salmon, whitefish, pickled herring, sable carp, even the vegetable cream cheese are so perfect, money doesn't matter. Try the lox, eggs & onion, too. It's the best in town.
New York City - Grazing in Gotham - Andy Birsh
"For a place to sit down for bagels & various cured fish, almost nothing competes with Barney Greengrass, "The Sturgeon King."
Aug 5, 1996
THE NEW YORKER
Tables for Two
"The cuisine at this Upper West Side delicatessen is one of the greatest gifts Jewish Culture has brought to mankind since the ten commandments."
Nov 2, 1998
NEW YORK MAGAZINE
"Supernal Sturgeon is still sacred at Barney Greengrass, a slightly tattered cocoon that dates back to 1929...I'm with pals from Italy on their annual pilgrimage for the cosmic combo of Smoked Salmon, Sturgeon, & cream cheese on a toasted bagel...Nat King Cole's photo in the window,... confirms the survival of an Upper West Side institution."
Nov 6, 1999
THE LONDON TIMES
"This joint on the upper west side is just the ticket. It's most famous for its smoked sturgeon...It is one of the glories of gastronomic New York."
Dec 17, 1999
NEWSDAY - CITY BITES
And, oh, that Nova Scotia lox; I don't think I had better when I used to visit Nova Scotia...I asked for a taste of the famous house sturgeon, it was velvety delicious."
Sept. 22, 2000
USA TODAY - TRAVEL
10 Great Places to order a Genuine Jewish Nosh
Joan Nathan speaking to Anne Goodfriend - "Barney Greengrass - New York - 'Everything is as it was at this Upper West Side institution. It's a throwback to my mother's era in Old New York..."
United Airlines Inflight Magazine
"Barney Greengrass, an authentic Upper West Side eatery, has been trafficking in Sturgeon, Salmon & other delicacies for generations."
April 30, 2002
"...you'll find the old days are alive and well at Barney Greengrass, a 94 year old shop and restaurant...this place ties generations together."
Fred Ferretti - "...Scoops of utterly marvelous Whitefish salad, a preparation which, if noticed by Michelein, would make Barney Greengrass alone worth the voyage to New York."
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