One of New York’s most iconic places to eat isKatz's Deli - the place featured on the famous When Harry Met Sally movie and, better than that, it’s a truly delicious stop for pastrami.
Anyone who has tried it knows the charm, and those who haven’t, well - your chance could be coming soon. That’s because the world famous Deli, which opened in 1888, is expanding to open a new location in New Jersey that will eventually allow them to start shipping their product all over the world.
Katz Deli is an institution - really, it’s that big in New York - and the company want to spread their famous flavour by producing a shipping centre that will first cater for Canada and Mexico and later the rest of the world.
The company are also planning expansions with a new store in Brooklyn and potential locations in other States including Boston and Philadelphia.
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