Two years ago we first heard rumors of a second 2nd Avenue Deli coming to the Upper East Side, and today a call not only confirms that the kosher spot's second location is almost ready (it'll debut around Passover in late April) but that once again the beloved deli's name will be a misnomer: the Upper East Side's new pastrami king will be at 1442 First Avenue at 75th Street (the Deli's current incarnation is on 33rd Street off Third Avenue).

The original 2nd Avenue Deli, which was on Second Avenue and 10th street, closed in 2006 after a rent dispute. Meanwhile, police are still searching for the men who killed Abe Lebewohl, the Deli's founder, who was murdered in cold blood in 1996. There is a $130,000 reward for information. Last September police reportedly narrowed down their list of suspects.