Tat's Delicatessen

Row 1

159 Yesler Way (at 2nd Ave)
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 264-8287
Sandwiches, Deli / Bodega, American
$ $
Mon–Fri: 8:00 AM–3:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–5:30 PM

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  • Tatstrami... nuff said.
  • Tatstrami is The Shit!!!
  • Make sure you check the line cam online for maximum steak efficiency.
  • Go to Tats and get a meatball sub instead of a Tatsrami.
  • Order the Tat'strami if you can't make up your mind. It's a TATS classic.
  • This spot serves beer & wine to go w/ their East-coast-style-awesome grub like the 12" Philly Cheese Steak w/ Whiz, the corned beef/pastrami/Swiss/spicy mustard on rye New Yorker.
  • As good a cheesesteak as you can get outside of Philly! Was definitely surprised at how authentic they are. Any good Philly boy knows, the key to a good cheesesteak is the roll, from the wuter (water)
  • Lunch time = at least 50 male tech workers.
  • Eat the Tatstrami or the Chicken Parm!
  • The turkey tat-strami was outrageous. Add hot peppers for extra kick.
  • There might as well be only 1 thing on the menu and it's the Tat'strami. Order nothing else or you will be a sad person.
  • If you're looking for a second option, the meatball sub is a great alternative to the famous sandwich.
  • Tatstrami is easily the best pastrami sandwich I've ever had
  • Try the Club Sub Sandwich - Yumm!
  • There hasn't been a sandwich yet I don't like from here! My favorites other than the cheesesteak are the tatstrami and Italian
  • Is this quite possibly the best Hot Pastrami in Seattle? See the photos, read Christopher Y's review and rate it yourself on Chewsy!
  • A line to the door takes about 10 minutes. Getting you food is about another 10. It's always worth it.
  • For the vegetarians: the eggplant parmesan is awesome.
  • Try the Philly Cheesesteak
  • If you can ever make it in for breakfast. $4 Breakfast subs with gourmet hashbrowns for $1.50 more is unreal!