Never been to an authentic Jewish deli run and manned by Yemenite Muslims? You've never been to David's Brisket House in Bed-Stuy. The place is something of a metaphor for New York City: cultures coming together over moist slices of pastrami in a no-frills kiosk stop on a gritty street. You're coming here for the pastrami sandwich -- in both large and enormous sizes -- filled with marbled slices of the warm delicacy between two pieces of mustard-smeared rye. You can have a similar sandwich with corned beef or order a morning plate of brisket and eggs, but pastrami is the place's true pride. And it should be you order.