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  1. Katz's might be my favorite place in New York. Their pastrami on rye is the best sandwich in the world. (Note: I have not been close to everywhere in the world)
  2. Katz Deli, the 129-year-old pastrami palace on New York’s Lower East Side, is looking to expand, and D.C. might be on the list, the shop’s owner tells WTOP. "Katz's Delii Might Expand to DC" by Jeff Clabaugh on wtop.com
  3. After seeing the Post article, I headed over for lunch at the Singer's Significant Meats pop-up today (Sun and Monday lunch only for limited time, unclear how long). I met Doug Singer who was doing FOH and his partner Pete cooking in back. Very friendly gents. Also really good meat - hefty sandwich of thinly sliced melt in your mouth meat with a bit of fat, but not too much on thin sliced toasted rye with a shmear of mustard. Decent pickle with it too. The only odd thing is I ordered pastrami, Doug and I went back and forth a bit to confirm that I did get the pastrami. He swears it was their pastrami but I'll say it was a really good corned beef. I say this becasue there was no pepper/spice crust and it wasn't peppery or smoky in flavor - it tasted like good cured corned beef. I probably should have asked for a corned beef slice to compare but didn't have time. Either way, go enjoy a sandwich but don't necessarily expect your usual pastrami. http://www.singersmeats.com/
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