By our second full day in Manhattan, we had already seen a Broadway show, an off-Broadway show, gone to a comedy club, attended the parade, dined in many awesome restaurants, saw live music, and did loads of sightseeing.
|Grand Central Terminal|
|Remnants of the old CBGBs, the birthplace of punk music in the United States. It's now a clothing store.|
We visited an iconic delicatessen, Katz's. This place is absolutely massive, and ridiculously busy. It's been around since 1888, and was the location of the famous dining scene in When Harry Met Sally.
The server brought us some pickles to start.
We then ordered the pastrami/corned beef combo with matzo ball soup, and the brisket sandwich with coleslaw.
The coleslaw was fantastic, the soup was very "blah", and the sandwiches are highly overrated. I have no idea why people wait in long lines for them ... the meat was flavourless and dry.
What are you up to this weekend?