LA has its fair share of iconic delis, and Potato Chips is definitely not one of them. But it’s about time this dime-sized spot off Beverly got its time in the sun, because it’s pretty damn delicious. Yes, the name sounds like the all-day hangout from a Saturday morning cartoon, but trust us, these sandwiches are excellent. They’re all massive, the bread is made in-house, and everything is under $12. Service is fast and the place is nice and quiet if you need 40 minutes away from your co-workers. Get the Italian.
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Canter's is a Los Angeles classic. Come late night for a pastrami reuben and some very entertaining people watching.
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