Katz Deli in Dover is very well known in the Garrison City.  It's located in a residential part of town, just off of Central Avenue on Ham Road.  Every day, people from the neighborhood and beyond go to Katz for breakfast, lunch and sometimes dinner.

Not only does Katz feed their community from their patrons, they are also helping out those less fortunate with their "Pay it Forward" campaign.  When you walk into the Deli, you will see a board filled with food items that people have donated.  You will also see Shaw's bags filled with food that has been donated.

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If you don't know what to donate, you can also make a cash donation, which is what I did when I went in this morning.  The food is donated to people who are "food insecure."  Katz really does fill up your belly and your heart.

The prices at Katz are reasonable too.  For instance, a bacon, egg and cheese breakfast sandwich will only cost you $3.00!  Other places charge way more than that!

This place reminds me of my Mom and Dad's store that we had when I was growing up in Nashua.  It too was in the middle of a residential neighborhood and people relyed on us, especially during the winter months if our older population couldn't get out of their houses.  Some were able to walk to the store to get essentials, but there were others that we delivered to.  It was the heartbeat of the "tree streets" of Nashua.

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