Where To Find The Most Legendary Sandwiches In The United States

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Katz's Delicatessen (New York City, NY)

In New York City, Katz's Deli has stood since 1888, famous for its pastrami on rye. Site of the famous "When Harry Met Sally" scene.

Primanti Bros. (Pittsburgh, PA)

Pittsburghers have been flocking to Primanti Bros. since the 1930s for their signature sandwiches, which have fries and coleslaw sandwiched between bread pieces.

Central Grocery (New Orleans, LA)

The birthplace of the muffuletta, the iconic Italian sandwich made with a spherical loaf of bread layered with deli meats, cheese, and olive salad.

DiNic's Roast Pork and Beef (Philadelphia, PA)

Famous for its roast pork and beef sandwiches, frequently topped with broccoli rabe and provolone, DiNic's is located in Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market.

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Philippe the Original (Los Angeles, CA)

Since its opening in 1908, Philippe the Original has been providing clients with its famous French dip sandwiches. The flavorful au jus is dipped into the succulent sandwiches.

Langer's Delicatessen (Los Angeles, CA)

For almost 70 years, Langer's has served the people of Los Angeles with their famous #19 pastrami sandwich. Pile on top of the rye bread the hand-cut pastrami.

Paseo (Seattle, WA)

Paseo is famous for their Caribbean Roast sandwich, which is a delectable array of slow-roasted pork, aioli, pickled jalapeños, and caramelised onions.

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