With a mix of locals and tourists- both young and old, Katz’s Delicatessen continues to stand the test of time as a permanent part of New York history. It's landmark location, no-frills decor, and old-school ticketing process are just some of the reasons making this classic Jewish deli so iconic.
Since 1888, they've been piling high slices of thick-cut pastrami, corned beef, brisket and more. Other signature dishes: matzah ball soup, potato knishes, dill pickles, hot dogs and chopped liver...and of course washed down with a Dr.Browns Black Cherry.
Lower East Side
Pastrami, Hot Dog, Reuben