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    NYC’s Katz’s Deli is Bringing Pop-Up to West Hollywood for One Day Only

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    NYC’s legendary Katz’s Deli is bringing a pop-up to the City of West Hollywood for one night only at Bar Next Door, located at 9159 Sunset Boulevard. Known for its iconic pastrami sandwiches, Katz’s Deli will offer pick-up and delivery service exclusively on Postmates. The pop-up hours of operation will be on Saturday, June 29, 2024, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Limited sandwiches available).

    “Come through for a sandwich and a drink, featuring specialty Coors Banquet cocktails. Don’t miss out because this is your only chance to experience New York’s finest right here,” reads a post on Instagram. “Use code KATZSDELI30 to get $30 off orders of $35 or more. While supplies last. Taxes & fees apply. New users only. See Postmates app for details. 21+ to purchase alcohol and enter.”

    The pop-up will offer pickles and Katz’s housemade mustard as part of the meaty selections. There will also be merchandise for sale showing some love for Katz’s while supplies last.

    Katz’s Delicatessen has been perfecting pastrami sandwiches at 205 E. Houston Street on New York City’s Lower East Side since the 1880s. In 1888, a small deli by the name of Iceland Brothers was established on Ludlow Street in New York’s Lower East Side by the Iceland brothers. Upon the arrival of Willy Katz in 1903, the name of the store was officially changed to “Iceland & Katz.” Willy’s cousin Benny joined him in 1910, buying out the Iceland brothers to officially form Katz’s Delicatessen. Their landsman Harry Tarowsky bought into the partnership in April 1917. Katz’s Deli was moved across the street, to its present location, during the construction of the subway system. The vacant lot on Houston Street (pronounced “House-ton” after a Dutch emigrant of the same name) was home to barrels of meat and pickles until the present storefront facade was added between 1946-49.

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    Tom T
    Tom T
    23 days ago

    Last comment was made for a different story. ooops

    Tom T
    Tom T
    24 days ago

    people give the criticism a break. Try to support the businesses instead of tearing them down. The only thing constant is change and I would rather see businesses open than empty store fronts. I’ll support them and hope they succeed – creative signs or subtle signs. Give them some encouragement please

    26 days ago

    Wish it was more than a pop up. Love them.

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