32 "Deli" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
We’re saying it right now. Langer’s has the best pastrami sandwich in the world.
Bay Cities is a Santa Monica classic that’s been open since 1925. Most importantly, it’s home to The Godmother, Los Angeles’ greatest sandwich.
We all know the food at Gjusta in Venice is great. The real question is, is it worth the trouble? We say yes.
The Santa Monica location of downtown deli Wexler’s is just as good as the original.
It's not every day you want to drive down to Grand Central Market, but if it's for Wexler's pastrami you simply make the exception.
Freedman’s is a fantastic comfort food spot in Silver Lake that’s good for everything from a first date to a life-saving reuben with your roommate.
Canter's is a Los Angeles classic. Come late night for a pastrami reuben and some very entertaining people watching.
Milkfarm in Eagle Rock is the cheese counter and casual lunch spot the whole city should know about.
Chinatown deli Philippe The Original carries much culinary (and cultural) significance. It’s still very much worth the trip.
Tarzana Armenian Deli is a family-run spot in the Valley that’s home to some excellent pita wraps.
The classic Beverly Hills deli is straight up comfort food nirvana.
Froma on Melrose is a great gourmet shop/cafe, but at the end of the day, it all boils down to one thing: The Alpino Sandwich.
San Pedro deli Busy Bee has hardly changed in the last 20 years, with a seemingly permanent line and can’t-miss sandwiches.
A little south of most of the stores on Hermosa Ave., Mickey’s Deli is a Hermosa Beach legend with some very solid Italian deli classics.
Greenblatt’s is good. You can still walk in, get a hot pastrami sandwich, and walk out happy. It’s the ordeal along the way we aren’t so keen on.