There are a couple of places that I would love to travel to, not so much to see the sites but to try the foods. One of those places is New York. The reason I want to go to NYC? To have one of those amazing hot pastrami sandwiches that you see on all the tv food shows.

I love a hot pastrami sandwich, and today just happens to be Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day.

The good news is that we have some fantastic options here in Bozeman when it comes to a hot pastrami sandwich. So if you're a fan, and looking to score yourself something for lunch or dinner, here are some options.

Feed Cafe. My wife and I headed over to Feed for lunch a few weeks back and I went with the pastrami. One of the things that really stood out about the sandwich was not only was it delicious but it wouldn't be considered the "traditional" pastrami sandwich, certainly worth checking out.

Fink's Deli. All you need to do is go online and read the reviews when it comes to the hot pastrami sandwich at Finks. Folks rave about the sandwich and why wouldn't they? The traditional hot pastrami with sour kraut, swiss, and russian dressing is certainly a meal in itself and one of the best around.

Paulie's Deli. When I first moved to Bozeman, my brother-in-law Hank told me I had to check out Paulie's because they had the best hot dogs. They also have a really good pastrami sandwich as well. Plus, they're right by the stadium and close to campus, so it's convenient if you're going to MSU.

Low-Key Sandwiches. Located in the parking lot of Kenyon Noble over on Oak, Low-Key offers some really good food and one of the items on their menu is their take of the hot pastrami which is high quality and uses coleslaw. Definitely worth checking out.

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I don't know about you, but I'm ready for a sandwich.  Where do you go for your favorite hot pastrami sandwich?  Are there other Bozeman businesses that need to make the list? If I missed one, let me know so I can check it out.

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