Eating My Way In CT: Katz Deli In Woodbridge CT

Katz Deli is famous in New York City. However, what many don’t know is that there is one in Woodbridge, CT as well. It may have no affiliation with the one in New York City, but still worth the trip. This location is convenient for travelers who want to grab lunch or dinner, as it is located just off Exit 59 on the Wilbur Cross Parkway (aka Route 15).

The deli has been a staple for Westville/Woodbridge dining for many years, and still remains standing after an electrical fire in June 2020. As a side note, Katz became a staple for me while in college, and is still remains to be one of my favorite places to get sandwiches.

So, what can you get there?

Their menu has so many different items to choose, including: breakfast foods, sandwiches, soups, salads, burgers, and more. You can truly get any meal at this place. And, of course, you can get the classic Jewish deli staples — Reuben sandwiches, potato pancakes, and of course, black and white cookies. The menu also offers “Rachels,” which is a sandwich with your choice of meat, Swiss cheese, Russian Dressing, Homemade Cole Slaw on Rye Bread.

And, while Katz is a great takeout place, you still can sit down and enjoy your meal. Recently, my boyfriend and I went there for a lunch during our day off. I had a grilled chicken wrap with avocado, and he had the Reuben. One thing that is worth noting is that they have a ton of wraps and sandwiches to choose from, and it’s so easy to customize them to your liking. We both also got fries, which I highly recommend, because they are one of my favorite places to get French Fries.

And, it was amazing. The wrap was so delicious, and you can tell that the ingredients were fresh. The sandwiches came out pretty quickly, which is something that I enjoy in a restaurant as well. With the fries, you can definitely fill up pretty quickly, and not be hungry for the rest of the day.

Overall, I highly recommend checking out Katz deli if you’re in the New Haven area, or even if you’re passing through. It’s a deli that has something for everyone, and you can definitely find something for everyone on your list.

Have you been to Katz deli in Woodbridge? Let me know in the comments below.

6 thoughts on “Eating My Way In CT: Katz Deli In Woodbridge CT

  1. Is it the same ownership as the deli in lower Manhattan? I never knew it was there. I used to frequently drive on the Wilbur Cross Highway on my way to New York. We usually stop at Rein’s off of 84, but this is good to know!

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    1. I LOVE katz’s and I don’t understand why so many people like Rein’s. (Except that it’s a place with “Jewish style” food between New Haven and Boston. Matzoh ball soup and mile high sandwiches are delicious and numerous choices are delicious at Katz’s! A fiend and I picnic in our a separate cars there weekly! 🤗

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