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Following renovation, iconic Columbus sandwich shop to reopen dining room for the first time since 2020

Following renovation, iconic Columbus sandwich shop to reopen dining room for the first time since 2020

Jack McLaughlin

Since the outbreak of COVID, Katzinger’s Delicatessen, one of the city’s most iconic sandwich shops, has had its original storefront closed to in-person diners. Later this month, though, that will change.

According to Michelle Johnson, Katzinger’s Business Manager, the German Village deli will be closing on Feb. 13 to renovate its interior (it has remained open for carryout orders). Once it reopens on Feb. 21, diners will be able to experience a new and improved Katzinger’s, in addition to the long-awaited reopening of its dining room.

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Katzinger’s, which is located at 475 S. 3rd St. in  German Village, first opened its German Village sandwich shop in 1984. It also operates a location in Dublin, which will remain open during construction on the German Village storefront.

According to Johnson, customers can expect “swanky new tables and chairs but still the same beloved corned beef we have been serving for almost 39 years.”

The deli’s free pickle bucket, which was brought back several months ago, will be a part of the new dining room as well, in case you were wondering.

Katzinger’s German Village is currently open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

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