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MOAR PASTRAMI! That said, something awesome popped up yesterday in "The Space" next to the iconic Katz's Deli in New York's Lower East Side, a neighborhood famous for great deli food and no shortage of trendy art galleries. How to inject even more trendiness into an art gallery? Simple: pastrami. Here's how Katz's is doing it.

MOAR PASTRAMI! That said, something awesome popped up yesterday in "The Space" next to the iconic Katz's Delicatessen in New York's Lower East Side, a neighborhood famous for great deli food and no shortage of trendy art galleries. How to inject even more trendiness into an art gallery? Simple: pastrami. Or corned beef. Or, frankly, chopped liver.

Yes, the gallery will display deli-themed art. If you can slather brown mustard on it and wash it down with a Dr. Brown's Cel-ray, you can pretty much bet it'll be represented in this meticulously curated selection of nosh-inspired paintings, photos and more. Best of all, they'll swap out their inventory every month, so every time you go to get a sandwich that will literally last you three meals you can check out something new.

The Space next to Katz's Delicatessen
205 E. Houston St.
New York, NY 10002

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