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Mogg is located in an imposing red brick structure designed by Alexander Beer and built in 1927, which already makes it quite interesting. But even though it’s located in Berlin, this culinary destination is actually a New York-style deli that has received a glowing review from The New York Times. A must-visit place for all homesick New Yorkers, for those who love pastrami sandwiches, and anyone who wants a taste of the city everyone loves without booking a plane trip.

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