The Carnegie, a New York City institution since 1937, launched its only outpost outside New York city at The Mirage, and it's been a smash since the first sandwich was served. Why not? Carnegie Deli at The Mirage offers the energy, tradition and the favorite foods of its flagship Manhattan branch, but with a fresh look.
True to tradition, there is a black and white tile floor, wood beams and a "Hall of Fame" gallery of photos featuring an array of notable celebs from the world of entertainment and more.
Carnegie's menu is rampant with dishes for every meal of the day. A variety of breakfast items, including terrific blintzes and French toast, are delicious and satisfying. The legendary towering sandwiches are jaw-breakers and joy-makers. Of course, there are many more sandwiches--the pastrami and corned beef reign supreme.