Since 1888 this internationally-recognized deli has been building its reputation as the premiere place to get a sandwich in New York City. It is been family-run since inception.
In the early part of the 20th century, the Lower East Side was home to millions of newly immigrated families. This, along with the lack of local transportation, forged a strong community that congregated at Katz’s. As the years passed, it remained a local favorite. Today, thousands of visitors from around the world flock to Katz’s every week to dine here. Katz’s is an inherent part of the city’s culture and history.
Katz’s reputation is built on quality. Only the best cuts of beef are selected for their corned beef, pastrami, and brisket. The corned beef and pastrami are cured using a slow method to best flavor the meat, without injecting chemicals, water, or other additives to speed the process. The finished product can take up to a full thirty days to cure and infuse more flavor. Order your favorite sandwich, add crispy potato pancakes or fries, and an egg cream for a delicious lunch.
In the News…
A Taste of Katz’s – A mini location recently opened at Brooklyn’s new Dekalb Market Hall, one of the city’s largest food halls.
Monthly Subscriptions – Monthly packages contain a full meal for 4-6 and are themed ‘seasonally’. Available in 3-month increments ($450) or annually ($1,500).
NATIONWIDE SHIPPING – Family BBQ packages; whole Pastramis or sliced by the pound; Griller hotdogs, Hard Salamis, Rye breads, Chocolate Babka, etc.
Visit: 205 East Houston Street, New York; 212-254-2246; Katz’s Delicatessen
* Editor’s Note: I love Katz’s pastrami for its bold flavor and always stop by for a sandwich and latkes when visiting NY. “Katz’s is a treasured culinary institution”.
- By Nancy Radlauer, Editor.InboundMagazine@gmail.com