The original Barney Greengrass store opened in Harlem on 113th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue.
Barney Greengrass moved to its present location at 541 Amsterdam Avenue.
Current location expanded and opened a restaurant section.
James J. Frawley, a state senator and Tammany Hall leader, coined the phrase “The Sturgeon King.”
Barney Greengrass shipped an order of smoked sturgeon to President Franklin D. Roosevelt in Warm Springs, GA for Thanksgiving.
Barney Greengrass passed away and handed the reins to his son, Moe.
The Sturgeon King takes a Queen – Moe and Shirley tied the knot.
Barney’s grandson Gary learned early on from his dad how to slice it in the lox and bagel business.
Barney Greengrass celebrated 50 years at its present location.
Gary took over the family business. “My brother is Barney Greengrass. I’m Barney Greengrass, Inc.”
New Barney Greengrass logo unveiled – Neptune gets a facelift.
When asked about the approaching millenium, Gary assured everyone that the carbon paper used to take orders would be Y2K compatible.
BarneyGreengrass.com was launched – don’t wait on line, shop online.
Moe passed away – his famous card tricks will be missed.
Fourth generation Greengrass, Moe Benjamin was born. Gary named him after his father so he can use his father’s old business cards.
Barney Greengrass received the James Beard Award as “An American Classic.”
10 Years in a row Rated #1 Deli in New York Zagat Survey.
Barney Greengrass turns 100!