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Katz's Delicatessen

404 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
About this place
New York's Oldest and Best Delicatessen!
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Tips from locals

David
David
February 12, 2020
Famous for it's pastrami, also a particular scene in the movie "When Harry Met Sally"
James
James
December 17, 2019
Best Pastrami in he world. Establishment is over 100 years old one of the oldest Jewish Delis still standing and world famous
Cindy
Cindy
October 18, 2019
its 24 hours. the pastrami sandwich is a must!!!!
Hannah
Hannah
July 21, 2019
The famous diner and delicatessen, just a block away from your stay!
Barak
Barak
January 29, 2020
One of the Lower East Side's oldest establishments. Amazing sandwiches. Huge portions - good for sharing! Order the pastrami, you won't regret it.
Ana
Ana
January 2, 2020
oldest dinner in NyC
Sharon
Sharon
January 22, 2020
Katz Deli is one of the most iconic delis in all of New York City. There’s no other place like it and has been operating since 1888.

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Location
205 East Houston Street
Manhattan, NY 10002
Lower East Side
Phone+1 212-254-2246
Hours of Operation statusClosed
Serves the following meal typesBrunch, lunch, dinner
Reservations
No
Credit cards
Yes
Outdoor seating
No
Menus
Brunch, lunch, dinner
Drinks
Beer, full bar
Dining options
Take out, delivery
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