Eater Explains Why Katz’s Deli Pastrami on Rye is Still King of Sandwiches

Katz’s Delicatessen on Houston is a old-school New York deli that is frequented by New Yorkers for over a century, all seeking mile-high Pastrami on Rye sandwiches.

In this video from Eater, senior editor and meat enthusiast Nick Solares explains why the sandwich is still king even after all these years.

Professional carnivore Nick Solares looks back at three decades of eating pastrami at Katz Deli on Lower East Side. The neighborhood has changed significantly since he moved to Rivington Street back in the 1980’s but aside from the inevitable price hike, not much else has at Katz’s. Nick reminisces about his first visit and tells us why the pastrami is his favorite.

via Eater

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