Breakfast at Harold's NY deli - NJ

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SNSPERFORMANCE
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Breakfast at Harold's NY deli - NJ - Wed, 12/12/07 9:31 AM
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I've eaten here once for dinner and want to go back for lunch. I was wondering what was good on the breakfast menu? How's their pancakes? Also, and I don't know if they're open but I wanna go on x-mas eve. If they are closed I'll go one Sunday, but how crowded is it?

Funny thing is about 7 years ago when I got married my friend and I went there for breakfast but left because it was so packed, it was on a Saturday. I had no clue they served food the way they do.

ayersian
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RE: Breakfast at Harold's NY deli - NJ - Wed, 12/12/07 9:36 AM
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The must on our Harold's breakfast list is the pastrami hash. Be sure to get a side order, as that will feed 4-6 people as it is. Absolutely delicious!

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RE: Breakfast at Harold's NY deli - NJ - Wed, 12/12/07 9:40 AM

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RE: Breakfast at Harold's NY deli - NJ - Wed, 12/12/07 11:04 AM
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Originally posted by ayersian

The must on our Harold's breakfast list is the pastrami hash. Be sure to get a side order, as that will feed 4-6 people as it is. Absolutely delicious!

It sounds absolutely delicious.

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RE: Breakfast at Harold's NY deli - NJ - Wed, 12/12/07 2:15 PM
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Originally posted by susanll

Here is a review

http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=1344


The photo of the potato knish makes me homesick for NJ.

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RE: Breakfast at Harold's NY deli - NJ - Sun, 12/16/07 9:21 AM
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Harolds cures their own Corned Beef and Pastrami, they do not buy it from an outside source like other deli's