Fort Greene’s Farmer in the Deli chops it up with News 12

Since the 1950s, the deli specialized in what they call the "Chopped." The customer can throw in whatever meat, veggie, condiments and cheese they want.

News 12 Staff

Jan 8, 2024, 6:06 PM

Updated 159 days ago

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Farmer in the Deli in Fort Greene is offering hungry New Yorkers plenty of options at lunchtime.
Since the 1950s, the deli specialized in what they call the "Chopped." The customer can throw in whatever meat, veggie, condiments and cheese they want.
Then, the magic happens as workers chop behind the counter so patrons can enjoy what the shop calls the "consistent bite."
Their lines can get pretty long, so workers suggest making some extra time during your lunch break.


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