Carnegie Deli partners with Windham Mountain
Sarah Trafton is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the Carnegie Deli is bringing its trademark cuisine to Greene County. The now shuttered restaurant operated near Carnegie Hall in midtown Manhattan for 80 years. It was announced last week the company has now launched a new partnership with Windham Mountain’s catering partner, Centerplate. Windham will be the first ski resort to offer Carnegie Deli delicacies and the first establishment in the Hudson Valley to carry the Carnegie line.“The way the Carnegie Deli sandwich is built, the way it’s constructed, really sets us apart from any other sandwich in the world,” Carnegie Deli Brand Director Marisa Flynn said. “It’s because of the height. It’s gargantuan. They’re skyscrapers, just like in Manhattan.” In addition to its famous pastrami sandwich, other hot items on the menu include the oversized corned beef sandwich, cheesecake and potato knishes. Windham Mountain is offering Carnegie Deli items at the Seasons restaurant and Mountain Express cafeteria, for both dine-in and takeout. Carnegie Deli is a New York tradition, Centerplate Executive Vice President Sal Ferrulo said. “We are continually thinking of fun, new ways to excite people,” he said. “And what better way than bringing Carnegie Deli, an authentic New York fixture, to the skiing and snowboarding community of Windham?” Read the full story at HudsonValley360 [dot] com.