Katz's Deli of New York City Print
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Katz's Deli of New York City, art print by illustrator Sabina Addis.
The heart and soul of old New York still rings true the moment you set foot in Katz's Delicatessen. From the original wood paneled walls to the hustle and bustle of deli associates sternly slinging kosher jewish meats, you feel the energy that New York was built on.
Established in 1888 and staying true to New York’s tough love, if you lose your deli ticket prepare to pay for it, $50 to be exact. To enjoy New York's best you have to follow suit, and rightfully so. Their fresh carved-to-order pastrami becomes one with your tongue when you bite into the Tempurpedic like rye bread. Had a bad day with that yenta at work? One bite into a marbled and schvitzing tower of pastrami or corned beef on rye lined with spicy mustard, and all your current problems suddenly disappear.