Ludlow Parking

KATZ'S DELICATESSEN PARKING

169 Ludlow Street Parking

Located Between E. Easton & Stanton Streets

Closest Parking to Katz's Delicatessen

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169 Ludlow Street Parking

169 Ludlow Street Parking is located between E. Easton & Stanton Street
and is the closest parking to Katz's Delicatessen

Open 24/7   |   Indoor Parking Garage   |   Secure   |   Safe   |   24hr Attendant   |   Professional Service

Discounted Rate: $25 Any 5 Hours

Additional Charge for SUVs and Mini Vans $15


Katz's Deli Parking

Fun Fact's About Katz's Deli!

  • Katz's was the site of Meg Ryan's famous fake orgasm scene in the 1989 romantic comedy When Harry Met Sally Estelle Reiner's iconic line "I'll have what she's having"; the table at which Ryan and Billy Crystal sat is marked with a sign that says, "Where Harry met Sally...hope you have what she had! Enjoy!".

  • It was the site of Johnny Depp's character meeting with an FBI contact in Donnie Brasco (1997).

  • Katz's Deli is the site for a scene in Across the Universe (2007), in which one of the main characters reveals he has been drafted into the Vietnam War.
  • Katz's appears in the movie Enchanted (2007) with Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey.
  • The deli appears in the 2007 film We Own the Night, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Wahlberg and Eva Mendes.
  • Katz's appeared in the background of the claymation movie Mary and Max (2009), in most of Max's bus stop scenes.
  • In the French film Nous York (2012), Manu Payet and Dree Hemingway visit Katz's, where Fred Austin greets them at their table.
  • In the 2001 comedy-drama indie film Sidewalks of New York, David Krumholtz's character Benjamin and a friend wolf down a pastrami sandwich and hot dog at Katz's.
  • Katz's is featured in the 2014 documentary Deli Man.
  • Katz's appears in the 2004 film Looking for Kitty.
  • In the film Off Beat (1986), a group of police officers enjoy a hot meal at the deli.
  • The contract to kill Frank Sinatra's character in Contract on Cherry Street (1977) was drafted in a Katz's meat locker.

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169 Ludlow Street,
New York, NY, 10002