The iconic Columbus deli is headed to Dublin.
On Monday, August 19, Katzinger’s Delicatessen will open their doors at 7160 Muirfield Drive in Dublin. This is the second free-standing location for the deli since they opened nearly 35 years ago.
The restaurant is 3,800 square feet and can seat 72 guests. The menu will consist of Katzinger’s signature sandwiches and salads, as well as Jewish specialties like knishes, latkes, and matzo ball soup. Unlike the German Village location, the Dublin spot will be offering table-side service and select dinner entrees.
“We are extremely proud of our sandwich menu which includes ten types of reubens, along with 30-plus other unique options; but all of these options can be overwhelming for a guest’s first visit,” said Diane Warren, co-founder of Katzinger’s Deli who has stayed on in a consulting role after the sale of the restaurant in 2016. “The idea to offer table service will allow our guests the opportunity to study and discuss the menu items with their server.”
So why Dublin? Katzinger’s decided to listen to their customers, who were hoping for a spot closer to the northwest side of town. “We have heard so many guests at our German Village location ask when we would be opening a location closer to where they live and we listened,” said Tim Rollins, Katzinger’s President.
“Although we are looking forward to seeing familiar faces at Katzinger’s Dublin, we also can’t
wait to introduce ourselves to people who have never been to our German Village location.”
Katzinger’s Dublin Delicatessen will be open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. and 9 a.m. – 9
p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, starting August 19.