Famed Katz's Delicatessen To Start Shipping Perishable Classics InternationallyThe plan to offer a taste of authentic, old New York by mail is part of an ongoing effort by Katz's young owner to modernize a business that hasn't changed much since it was founded on Manhattan's Lower East Side in 1888.
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Crews Continue To Make Repairs After Water Main Break Near Katz’s Delicatessen On Lower East SideThe break occurred shortly before 11 a.m. Thursday, sending water pouring into businesses on the street.
Water Main Break Causes Trouble Near Katz's Delicatessen On Lower East SideThe break took place shortly before 11 a.m. Thursday.
Fire At Gabila's Factory Blamed For NYC Knish ShortageGabila's bills itself as the largest maker of knishes in the world, claiming to have sold more than 1.3 billion knishes.
Katz's Caps Off 125th Anniversary Celebrations With Pastrami-Eating ContestMajor Eating League's top-ranked pro Joey Chestnut was the champion, eating 25 half-sandwiches.
Katz's Deli Celebrates 125th Anniversary With Charity Dinner, Pastrami Eating ContestThe New York City staple sits on the same Lower East Side corner at East Houston and Ludlow streets since first opening for business in 1888.