Stuff Face with the Katz’s Deli ‘Roast Beast’ Sandwich

Posted on: November 12th, 2014 at 10:32 am by

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In collaboration with Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas The Musical, Katz’s Deli is serving up the one and only Roast Beast Sandwich.

Layered with hot white-meat turkey, soft salami, cold rare roast beef, coleslaw, and homemade Russian dressing, Roast Beast is a mouthful worth tackling. The only way you won’t like this sandwich is if your heart is 2 sizes too small. Oh, and be sure to pack some TUMS.

Katz’s will start serving the deli concoction next Monday, November 17 for $22 (+tax).

Meanwhile, the Theater at Madison Square Garden is offering our readers a discount up to 30% off to see the show which runs from December 5-28.

Click for tickets HERE and use code KATZ

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photo via @ladyofgrand

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