Katz's Delicatessen

205 E Houston St New YorkNY10002
Open
Sunday
8:00am-10:45pm
Monday
8:00am-9:45pm
Tuesday
8:00am-9:45pm
Wednesday
8:00am-10:45pm
Thursday
8:00am-10:45pm
Friday
8:00am-2:45am
Saturday
8:00am-2:45am
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Average Rating
3.5
Total Reviews
(209)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
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Jun 28, 2005
by mytravelguide on June 18, 2015 from mytravelguide

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Where to Sit: The sign hanging above the table made famous in the movie "When Harry Met Sally" should help you find the spot.
by ezlocal on November 01, 2012 from ezlocal
Where to Sit:
The sign hanging above the table made famous in the movie "When Harry Met Sally" should help you find the spot.
by Citysearch on May 12, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

A wonderful Lower East Side artifact and originator of the World War II slogan, 'Send a salami to your boy in the Army.' It is one of the very few New York City delis that still carves pastrami and corned beef by hand, which makes for delicious sandwiches.
by nytimes on June 18, 2015 from nytimes
Everything and nothing has changed at Katz's since it first opened in 1888, when the neighborhood was dominated by Jewish immigrants. The rows of Formica tables, the long self-service counter, and such signs as "Send a salami to your boy in the army" are all completely authentic. The lines still form on the weekends for giant, succulent hand-carved corned beef and pastrami sandwiches,...
by fodors on May 16, 2015 from fodors
Food25 Decor11 Service14 Cost$26

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For a “quintessential taste of Jewish NY”, check out this circa-1888 LES “institution” where the...
by zagat on May 13, 2015 from zagat
Sure, it's tacky, noisy, and rushed. Sure, the Formica is worn, the service gruff, and the sandwiches way too big. But New York wouldn't be New York without this classic Lower East Side Jewish deli and its kosher-style corned beef, chopped liver, and pastrami. Remember When Harry Met Sally? This is where the "I'll have what she's having" scene was filmed. P.S. Don't forget to tip your carver.
by concierge on October 14, 2013 from concierge

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New York's Oldest and Best Delicatessen!
by foursquare on January 31, 2017 from foursquare