Bubby's NY Style Delicatessen



Yearn no more for your favorite New York Jewish deli delights. Bubby’s has it all — chopped liver, gefilte fish, potato latkes and a sweet noodle kugel. Most of the items are prepared in-house, with the exception of the bagels. The imported bagels are the tastiest around and are perfect with a good schmear.

Visitors can also find old-fashioned comfort food in the chicken soup with matzo balls, plus a variety of combos including corned beef, hot pastrami or beef tongue. There’s even a Yiddish Po’ Boy with crispy breaded chicken livers, tomato, pickle and coleslaw with house Russian dressing on a hot dog bun. A dessert menu offers a lightened-up version of classic cheesecake, breakfast brings traditional Benedicts and scrambles, and lunch includes sandwiches, salads and soups. Open daily for lunch and all-day breakfast. This summer, find Bubby’s open on Friday and Saturday for dinner until 8 p.m.

Bubby’s NY Style Delicatessen

241 Hanover St. Portsmouth

(603) 373-8981

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