NY Deli Made Famous By Letterman, Hosts Anniversary Party


The Hello Deli, made famous by the Late Show with David Letterman, will celebrate its 30th anniversary yesterday with Paul Shaffer and New York City Mayor Eric Adams.

The Asian-American owned small business sits on the same block as the Ed Sullivan Theater where the Letterman show was taped each day. Letterman turned the deli's owner Rupert Jee into a star with regular segments inside the deli.

Today Jee will receive a proclamation from New York City in honor of the deli's 30th Anniversary.


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