Katz's is New York’s oldest and most legendary delicatessen. It opened in 1888, and has thrived in its current location through three depressions, numerous recessions and two world wars. Immortalized in the film "When Harry Met Sally," and a favorite of generations of New Yorkers and tourists, Katz's is renowned for its hand-carved pastrami and corned beef. It is the only place in town that still carves all its pastrami and corned beef by hand. The iconic deli is located at 205 East Houston Street (at Ludlow Street) in Manhattan's Lower East Side.