Hash in NYC

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2004/12/09 19:20:07 (permalink)

Hash in NYC

Any recommendations for great hash in NYC - corned beef or otherwise?
I know some of the chophouses have great hash but they aren't open for breakfast.
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    TheHotPepper.com
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    RE: Hash in NYC 2004/12/12 23:33:20 (permalink)
    NYC diners are all canned....
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    RE: Hash in NYC 2004/12/13 17:07:33 (permalink)
    You are right about the chophouses -- Wollensky's grill has about the best roast beef hash I have ever had. Poached egg and hollandaise sauce on top! No breakfast hours sadly...
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    RE: Hash in NYC 2004/12/13 19:22:43 (permalink)
    Willy:

    I like the prime rib hash at Keens' also. I wonder if Peter Luger's has hash.

    Rayme
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    RE: Hash in NYC 2004/12/14 12:34:08 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Rayme

    Willy:

    I like the prime rib hash at Keens' also. I wonder if Peter Luger's has hash.

    Rayme



    I don't believe I've ever seen it on PL's menu.

    When I saw the title of this thread, I was worried the cops were going to bust all of us. Glad to see it was a food-related request.
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    RE: Hash in NYC 2004/12/14 18:35:21 (permalink)
    For hash -- the food! -- in New York City, I heartily recommend EJ's Luncheonette, sort of a yuppie diner. They have locations in Greenwich Village (6th Ave. and 10th St.), on the Upper West Side (82nd & Amsterdam), and the Upper East Side (3rd Ave. in the lower '70s). I've had both corned beef (dry, in a good way) and turkey/sweet potato (moist and yummy) and thoroughly enjoyed them. One down note: the only mustard they have is Grey Poupon, which doesn't go so well with Corned Beef, but what are you going to do?

    One other note: I once saw Al Goldstein outside the one in the Village. As another passerby commented, "He's gotta eat, too."
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