Monday, October 8, 2007

Katz's Deli


Here's a picture today of the sign outside Katz's deli. It's a classic New York style deli on the Lower East Side. I took this photo a while back when I was practicing some night shots. I wish I had an inside picture to show you. I love the food there!

11 comments:

DaveM said...

Hi.Lori, can you set Blogger to post at a pre determined date and time? I have just noticed that many of your posts are done at the same time. Cheers.

Olivier said...

le plus celebre deli de NYC, KATZ's est sa celebre scene dans "Quand Harry Rencontre Sally". C'est pas celui que je prefere.
Dans une semaine NYC, je te donne mon email, si on peut prendre le temps d'une photo et d'un verre, a voir si ton emploi du temps est bon.
op.site@free.fr


most famous deli of NYC, KATZ' S is its famous scene in “When Harry meets Sally”. It is not that which I prefer.
In one week NYC, I give you my email, if one can take the time of a photograph and glass, has to see whether your timetable is good.
op.site@free.fr

Blue Wave 707 said...

Cool night shot! I can just imagine the scent of the meats and breads!

oldmanlincoln said...

Nice shot of that sign. I have yet to do any night shots. I did them over half a century ago but none lately.

Nice work.

DaveM said...

Thanks for answering my blog.query.
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GMG said...

Oh, Oh... "I'll have what she's having"... Night shots are still a tricky experience for me, but your picture is quite nice!
Blogtrotter

a-xpressions said...

I like night shots...am also practicing on it! I know it is hard to get, cause it get blurred easily...
luv this shot Lori!!!

Neva said...

I am not very good at night shots...this looks like a nice place to eat!

Wanda said...

Sounds delicious! Wish we could sit down and have a bite to eat together. Thanks for coming by each day!!

Gudl said...

That is a great night shot. Well done. The colors come out great in the light.

John Roberts said...

If I visited NYC, the first restaurant I'd want to visit is a real New York deli like Katz's. It's these small restaurants, not the "fine dining" establishments, that make any city's food unique and distinctive. It's the same way with the small neighborhood places in New Orleans.