The General Muir

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8 / 10

8 expert reviews

“The General Muir is an upscale spin on the traditional New York deli.”

– On the Grid

Zagat
4.3
"“luscious” chopped liver, hand-rolled bagels and other “real-deal” Jewish staples are served by an “energetic” staff in a “crisp”, “lovely” setting with “glossy” subway tiles." Full review
Gayot
13.0
"reakfast may be the best meal, starring hand-rolled kettle-boiled bagels and a corned beef hash supporting a pair of over-easy eggs." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"This sophisticated Jewish deli in the Emory area is known for its house-cured and smoked pastrami, and bagels that are kettle-boiled and hand-rolled, New York–style." Full review
Where
"Tribute to the classic Jewish New York deli offers such traditional favorites as chopped liver, matzoh ball soup, Reuben and pastrami sandwiches, boiled bagels with whitefish salad, lox." Full review
Tasting Table
"Taking the concept of the Jewish deli to new heights, The General Muir manages to amaze with both deli classics (bagels, pastrami on rye, matzoh ball soup) and more adventurous bites." Full review
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