It's probably the most famous deli in New York City, in the world of film, and, let's face it, the world, and soon you can get its food delivered wherever you are. According to The Wall Street Journal, Katz's Delicatessen — home of monster sandwiches, the fake orgasm scene in When Harry Met Sally, and all the Dr. Brown's soda you can imagine — is branching out of its U.S. borders and offering delivery worldwide.
The current plan is to start sending those famous pastrami sandwiches and containers of matzo ball soup to Canada and Mexico by the end of the year and to even more countries starting in 2018. The deli has been shipping within the U.S. for years, but this is the first time expatriates and lovers of Jewish classics around the globe will be able to get a taste of NYC delivered to their door.
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Owner Jake Dell told the Journal that Katz's currently ships 10,000 to 12,000 mail orders annually. In order to grow that number for the global market of pastrami lovers, the deli will be opening a 30,000-square-foot facility in New Jersey.We can just imagine people in Paris, London, and Rio collectively thanking the heavens that they can FINALLY "have what she's having" without taking a flight.