New York's Oldest and Best Delicatessen!
Pastrami On Rye With Brown Mustard: A thing of unparalleled beauty. Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations
Try the pastrami or the hot dogs. Katz's is a landmark eatery that's been serving up delicious meats since 1888.
simply the best pastrami sandwich on the planet, pair it with a dr browns cel ray soda and see god
Possibly the most famous NYC food landmark, this Jewish deli excels in each dish, from snappy hot dogs to giant pastrami sandwiches. Hint: don't forget to tip your carver!
"Best. Pastrami. Ever." – Helen, Setup Squad
A true New York original, absolutely order the incredible pastrami, but be warned about re-enacting Meg Ryan's famous performance from 'When Harry Met Sally' filmed here!
Order a Pastrami on Rye. DO NOT LOSE YOUR TICKET!
While the Pastrami is the superstar here, their Frankfurter is one of the best in the city. Order them at the counter near the entrance.
Where else can you still order an egg cream? - Inspector
It's all about the pastrami on rye at this famous deli. Take your ticket stub, walk to the right counter, get your food, and chow down. Don't lose that ticket stub though or it'll cost ya!
As seen on Travel Channel’s Food Paradise: Manliest Restaurants 2, Katz's is the Mecca of pastrami & Mecca of sandwiches. What to order? Corned beef and pastrami.
Order a matzo ball soup, pastrami on rye, and a Doc Browns cream soda. Think of what your mother would say if you don't finish.
if you come early enough in the morning, you'll have the place all to yourself
Try the Pastrami Sandwich
Unmatched pastrami, excellent egg creams, great hot dogs and sausage. A New York legend.
Have a classic pastrami on rye with Doc's cream soda.
Get the pastrami on rye with mustard, cream soda, fries, and pickles.
You'll have a pastrami on rye with deli mustard and a Dr. Browns, aka "what she's having" in the famous scene in When Harry Met Sally.
Keep your eye on the pastrami, don't get distracted = )
Order a Pastrami Reuben with a Dr. Brown's Cel-ray Soda. Best Pastrammy Sammy in NY, forget Carnegie Deli. Even better than Canter's in LA. And don't forget to tip your guy.
Katz's was the site of Meg Ryan's famous "faking it" scene in the 1989 romantic comedy When Harry Met Sally..., followed by Estelle Reiner's iconic line, "I'll have what she's having".
just get a pastrami sandwich with mustard and nothing else on it. trust me.
Nothing to eat if you don't like meat :-)
Try the Truffle Parmesan Fries
Eat your choice of sammich and wash it down with a Katz's Brew.
Tipping before asking for your sandwich may give you some extra love
Katz's has been curing and hand-carving its own pastrami (ask for it moist) since 1888. The pastrami-on-rye is unbelievably filling. - Green Guide Editor
Pastrami and corned beef on rye with Russian dressing and cole slaw. Wash it down with a Dr Brown's black cherry soda. If you can do handle it, you're a true new yorker.
Their pastrami is truly and unequivocally the best you will ever have in this life or the next. Sally had her big 'O' here in, "When Harry Met Sally." You may too. Pricey but justified.
Kick yourself if you haven't tried their pastrami sandwich; kick yourself again if you ignore this tip and still don't try their pastrami sandwich.
Sure, it's touristy and further away, but absolutely delicious! Make a late night trip out here and get a sandwich. Light eaters can split a sandwich.
It's expensive, but the Turkey Sandwich is indeed moist. No toppings necessary!
Try the Pastrami Sandwich
Get the Pastrami sandwich! Don't get the corned beef (too dry). Sally (from When Harry met Sally) had the Pastrami! ;)
Remember to tip your deli guy while he's slicing up that pastrami to get an extra inch of meat on your sandwich ;)
Pastrami on rye. Yeah it's $22 bucks but it's really two sandwiches. Don't feel guilty about the money but feel guilty if you eat the whole thing!
A Jewish kosher style delicatessen on the Lower East Side. I love its pastrami sandwiches.
Go to Katz's and get the Corned Beef or Pastrami