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It first opened 80 years ago as President Franklin D. Roosevelt started his second term. Now the landmark eatery next to Carnegie Hall is no more.

However, the tradition, name and family ownership live on at the Mirage Resort on the Strip in Las Vegas. Of course, the delicious corned beef or pastrami on rye sandwiches are a bit more expensive than they were in 1937.

If a Vegas visit is in your upcoming plans and you yearn for some of the traditional Carnegie delicacies, check out the info at www.mirage.com/en/restaurants/carnegie-delicatessen

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