So my last night in Vegas I go to the Mirage sports book to make some NFL futures wagers (go Green Bay) and decided to get an order to go at The Carnegie Deli while I watched a baseball game. Huge Corned Beef sandwich, order of fries and a soda came to $28. Kind of pricy. If you go to the Carnegie Deli my advice is to eat the sandwich there as opposed to getting it to go. The reason is that if you get it there they pile the meat on the plate and stack the bread vertically next to the heaping of meat. If you get it to go they just stack it like a typical sandwich and by the time you get to the sports book, 25 feet away, the bottom slice of bread is saturated with juice from the meat and is basically mush. The sandwiches are great, but for the majority of people, IMHO, one sandwich would feed two people. This is all FYI, but it might help some of you out who are entertaining the idea of going to The Carnegie Deli.