Seattle, WA 98104
Seattle Weekly's Description
Tat's is the place where Philly native Brian Tatman and New Jerseyite Jason Simodejka first pushed their serious East Coast originals on both locals with a taste for the good stuff and expats craving a hit of home. The new Tat's (with new partner Mike Sichel taking Simodejka's place) works under the same guiding principlesâbig deli sandwiches, done in the best Philly traditionâbut in a bigger Pioneer Square space and with one important addition: Beer.
Tips from foursquare
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.
Tatstrami... nuff said.
Tatstrami is The Shit!!!
Try the Philly Cheesesteak and spot it on Foodspotting!
Eat the Tatstrami or the Chicken Parm!
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Reviews and News
The impulse when opening a dining guide organized by neighborhood is to flip immediately to the section covering the few square miles... More on Tat's Delicatessen »
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The death of Roxy's left downtown down one well-liked deli, so the checkerboard floor and feet-stamping lunch line at Tat's in Pi Square... More on Tat's Delicatessen »