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The Fenton family’s famous “Angry Irving” sandwich has found a new home.
Irving’s Pastrami has officially made its move from Woodbury to its new spot at 180 Merritts Road in Farmingdale and this pastrami sandwich shop is far from a classic kosher delicatessen.
Owner Andrew Fenton, his son A.J., daughter Gianna and wife Gina have made the idea of a pastrami sandwich into their own.
What makes Irving’s Pastrami unique is both their sandwich creations and cooking process.
Pastrami traditionalists usually steam the meat at a low temperature and have it sit for hours, sometimes even a full day, and then slice to serve, Andrew said.
The Angry Irving is the signature sandwich, which is hot pastrami with provolone, chopped onions, pepperoncini, horseradish mustard, mayo & cracked black pepper on a club.
“People drive from Queens, Brooklyn, all over to get that sandwich,” Andrew said in our previous report.
Now Farmingdale folks can get their hands on the not-so-traditional pastrami sandwich.
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Top: The Angry Irving Sandwich, only at Irving’s in Farmingdale. Photo courtesy of the sandwich shop’s Facebook page.