New York March 10, 2019
The Oldest Deli In New York Will Take You Straight To Sandwich Heaven
Some of the most sought after attractions within the state of New York just so happen to be some of our
oldest establishments, making them all the more special to visit. In the past, we’ve mentioned how you can find the oldest bar in New York state within the town of Tappan, a place that has a history dating all the way back to 1668. If you’ve already managed to visit that historic spot, then why don’t you make your next exciting and delicious day trip to our state’s oldest deli? Take a look.
The oldest deli in all of New York, take a look at Katz's Deli - a mouthwatering destination that's history dates back to 1888.
Once you walk inside of Katz's Deli, you'll be given a ticket that stays with you from the time it's handed to you until you check out - keeping track of what each customer orders.
Katz's Deli is equipped with a large dining room, with aisles of tables for you to choose from and the capability to hold all of the hungry people who come to visit this well-known deli.
If you happen to recognize this deli, it might be due to the fact that it was the location of that famous scene from
When Harry Met Sally, something you'll be reminded of if you look up at the ceiling and see the informative sign hanging above you as you dine.
Over the years, the menu at Katz's Deli has hardly changed, only adding a few new menu items here in there when they're in high demand.
The star of this historic deli is their Pastrami on Rye sandwich! Katz's Deli literally goes through 15,000 pounds of pastrami each week.
Stacked high to the clouds, these pastrami sandwiches will have you questioning why you've ever eaten any other kind of sandwich before - this work of tasty art is all you need in life.
The kosher-style deli also features things like their matzo ball soup that people can't get enough of, so remember to bring your appetite with you on this trip because there's a lot you'll want to make room for.
As you dine amongst New Yorkers who also have heart eyes for Katz's pastrami, you'll notice that the wall is lined with plenty of familiar faces that have also eaten here.
If you're ready to see why this fantastic deli has been around for so long, head to Katz's Deli and order the pastrami sandwich for a meal you'll always remember.
Katz's Deli is located at 205 East Houston Street, New York, NY 10002, to find out more about the deli
Monday through Wednesday - 8 a.m. to 10:45 p.m.
Thursday - 8 a.m. to 2:45 a.m.
Friday - 8 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Saturday - 24 hours
Sunday - 12 a.m. to 10:45 p.m.
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