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Canter's Deli

Exterior View Of Main Entrance To Canters Deli At The Linq Las Vegas

Opening Fall 2017

HIGHLIGHTS

Hot pastrami. Corned beef. Roasted turkey and authentic matzah ball soup. Canter’s Deli is bringing back what Las Vegas eaters miss most: the simple, drool-inducing delicatessen. Residing next to the previous High Roller ticket counters, the 3,370-square-foot Canter’s Deli is part of the L.A. eatery’s much-anticipated comeback to Sin City. Menu at the LINQ features Canter’s beloved signature sandwiches, extravagant New York style cheesecake, and world-famous chocolate chip racetrack cake. Other traditional Jewish deli favorites include Matzah Ball Soup, Lox, Potato Cakes, and Tuna Melt. The legend has come to the LINQ. It’s the original. It’s the reimagined.

BACK STORY

Canter’s Deli opened in 1924 in Jersey City, New Jersey, and relocated to L.A. in 1931. Since then, Canter’s Deli has become an American icon. The deli is famous for its fresh baked rye bread, one of the secrets to their mouthwatering sandwiches stacked high with a half-pound of corned beef or pastrami. Canter’s Deli is hugely popular with celebrities, pro-athletes, presidents, and has appeared on numerous hit TV shows and movies.

EXPERT TIPS

Canter’s Deli at the LINQ offers an authentic Jewish deli menu featuring all-time fan favorites such as hot pastrami, corned beef, and roasted turkey sandwiches, served on Canter’s own legendary sourdough rye bread.