How Katz’s Became The Most Legendary Deli In NYC | Legendary Eats

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Katz’s Delicatessen has been a New York institution since 1888. Producer Spencer Alben visits to taste the legendary pastrami on rye and sits down with Jake Dell — the owner currently in charge of all major operations — to learn how Katz’s survived the ages and became one of the most famous delis in the world.

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