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Lower East Side Food and Culture Tour
"Grab some friends and gear up those taste buds for 3 hours of sampling the best of the Lower East Side’s ethnic dishes from a variety of countries and cultures. The epicurean journey starts with a delicious stroopwafel — literally a ‘syrup waffle’ it’s two thin waffle wafers with a caramel filling. And it’s just one of many foods you’ll taste that came to the US with people immigrating to New York. Sink your teeth into tasty golden knishes and hear inspiring stories as you visit historic markets and historic sites as you stroll the streets of Little Italy where you’ll taste fresh mozzarella and prosciutto. Check out the Essex Street Market and then take in destinations like the African Burial Ground where free and enslaved Africans were buried throughout the 18th century and the Lower East Side Tenement Museum a registered National Historic Site that explores America’s immigration history. All of this leads up to the teeming streets of Chinatown
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Small Group Total New York City Walking Tour with Food Tastings
"Your epic full-day NYC tour will begin in City Hall Park the center of Lower Manhattan and one of the most historic spots in the city. From there we’ll venture up into the Lower East Side once New York’s poorest neighborhood but today a thriving and fashionable district with local restaurants bars and shops. We’ll explore its legacy as an immigrant neighborhood visiting the Chinatown
From $230.00
Downtown Manhattan Walking Tour in Russian
"On this private tour you have the flexibility to see what you want to see and travel at your own pace. Your guide will provide FM Radio systems for up to 10 people and has experience as a photographer perfect for all your photo opportunities. Get a local perspective on many topics and immediate access to New York attractions you wouldn’t be able to see otherwise. Visit these major New York sights: Statue of Liberty Battery ParkAlexander Hamilton U.S. Custom HouseFinancial DistrictBroadwayCharging BullWall StreetTrinity ChurchMunicipal Building ""Boss” Tweed CourthouseBrooklyn Bridge9/1 Little Italy SoHo NoLiTa Greenwich Village
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Katz's Deli

My fave deli for BIG pastrami or corned beef sandwiches. Two can get by on one sandwich they are so huge.Per the waitstaff (I agree): you shouldn't take it with you ... in other words, your sandwich...
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Oct 08, 2009

Katz’s Delicatessen

In relatively recent years Katz has become famous as the place “where Harry met Sally” in the film, but its original claim to fame came during the Second World War when this Lower East Side deli...
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Nov 12, 2008

Katz's Deli

Katz's Deli is a fabulous New York institution that dates back to 1888.While it is not glamorous, it is one of those must go places in New York for lunch - but make sure you are hungry. Their pastrami...
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Aug 16, 2004

Katz's Delicatessen

This deli circa 1888 is NYC history between two slices of rye. But before I brag about the food, let me explain the intimidating ordering process. When you first enter you will be handed a ticket...
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Jun 03, 2009

Katz's Deli

Founded in 1888, Katz's Deli is an institution and you have not really seen New York until you have tried it. Would you believe many New York residents have never even tried Katz's? We were in New...
Dec 21, 2008

Katz's Delicatessen

On New York City's Lower East Side, where Jewish pushcart peddlers once hawked their wares, is the deli to end all delis. You don't go to Katz's Delicatessen for elegant décor. You don't go for the...
Jun 28, 2003

Katz's Deli

Katz's Deli, founded in 1888, is the New York Deli world's answer to the Hofbräuhaus -- crowded, touristy, and expensive. But, like the Hofbräuhaus, the product it serves is first-rate. Renowned for...
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May 29, 2015

Kat's Deli

Kat's Deli is a sort of legend of the Lower East Side, became famous during WW2 with the slogan "Send a salami" because, from there, girls could send a salami directly to their boyfriend at the Army....
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Jul 17, 2009

Katz's Deli

Katz's deli open since the late 1800's has been in business for a reason ... IT IS AWESOME !!!!!!! The specialty is the pastrami with mustard on rye bread !!!! Such a simple sandwich, but you will not...
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Jul 13, 2012

Katz' Deli

I had matzo ball soup which I thought was pretty good, a good pastrami sandwich and an excellent creamy cheesecake. My friend had a brisket sandwich. Unfortunately it was full with many tourists, but...
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Jan 19, 2010

Katz's Deli

I wanted to go here even tho I felt guilty for being attracted to what I thought might be a touristy version of my pastrami dreams. It was wonderful. The pastrami was steamy, and had the perfect...
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Jan 17, 2014

Katz's Deli

It was a sunny day in New York. Having sometime to spare. An idea crossed my mind since I am in New York why not try some of the locals eats . No not the pricey Nobu restaurant , AOC Bedford or a...
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Jul 10, 2006
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Economy Candy

Floor to ceiling candy shop since 1937. They have every and any candy imaginable. They sell vintage and novelty items with a candy theme. Candies are sorted in one section by color as well, perfect...
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Lower East Side Tenement Museum

I don´t know did we choose the wrong tour or what, but this tour was far from what we thought! I think I waited this museum most from our trip, and it sounded just like my kind of thing and I was so...
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New Museum

Completed in 2007, the New Museum building is one of the most original in NYC. The cubic building was designed by the renowned Japanese firm SANAA (Sejima + Nishizawa and Associates) and is...
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Lower East Side

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McSorley's Old Ale House

Been trying to find this place the last 8 times I was here.. I travel alone and I have a crappy data provider so losing google maps on the street is the norm . This place is located in the old Bowery...
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Using google maps on smart phone can be of great help in NYC This was true by my experience to the Big Apple during my trip in late October. I used google map on my iphone 6 (with 3G/wifi, of course)...
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Getting to Katz's Deli


205 E. Houston, NYC 10002


  • Sunday 12:00 to 22:45
  • Monday 08:00 to 22:45
  • Tuesday 08:00 to 22:45
  • Wednesday 08:00 to 22:45
  • Thursday 08:00 to 02:45
  • Friday 08:00 to 23:59
  • Saturday 00:00 to 23:59