DISHWASHER OF FAMED CARNEGIE DELI STILL WANTS TO GIVE $10MILLION OFFER TO BUY PASTRAMI LANDMARK

CITY IN PICKLE AS LAST NYC MIDTOWN KOSHER STYLE DYNASTY OUT OF BUSINESS FOR TWO YEARS

NEW YORK, NEW YORK (July 3. 2018) – Former dishwasher at the iconic Carnegie Deli has once again made a $10 million bid to purchase the New York City landmark. Sammy Musovic, who presented the owner with a $10 million dollar check in 2016 but was rejected, has once again called on the owner to sell the establishment, which is regarded among the city’s most notable tourist destinations.
The Deli opened in 1937 and closed on December 30, 2017. Leading up to the closure, there was public outrage about the closure of, debatably, New York City’s most well-known and culturally significant sandwich shop. New Yorkers viewed corned beef sandwiches from Carnegie, the way Philadelphia residents view cheesesteaks.

''New Yorkers had the last matzo ball drop when the iconic deli shut there doors. The place was a tourist destination and home to millions of memories of heartburn of foot long sandwiches that has now turned to pure heartbreak.

We must find a way to save the Carnegie Deli. The former owner Milton, would roll over in his grave to see the place empty. I wish they would take my ten million dollar offer, its a lot of knishes''

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