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Make your way through the 101 Best Restaurants list at these affordable places to eat

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 20, 2019

. “Aporkalypse.”(Calvin B. Alagot / Los Angeles Times) (Calvin B. Alagot / Los Angeles Times) Langer’s (69) During a recent lunch at this Westlake landmark I fretted over my order, debating whether to branch out from the deli’s momentous pastrami sandwich. Maybe

perfection; it’s you, in a brown, tufted booth, with the happy cadence of clattering silverware and myriad languages ringing through the dining room. — B.A. 704 S. Alvarado St., Los Angeles, (213) 483-8050, langersdeli.com The #19 sandwich at Langer’s Deli

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A Lot of the Best Pastrami in Town Comes from This One Supplier in the Valley

Jason Kessler • Los Angeles Magazine • November 11, 2020

pastrami at Langer’s? It’s actually made by RC. Same goes for the smoked brisket at Canter’s, Brent’s, Nate ’n Al’s, and almost every well-known deli around town. RC also produces the chili that tops the famous burgers at Original Tommy’s and Pink’s Hot

the town in the deli-meat business,” says 48-year-old owner Matt Giamela. In 1958, Alex Russak opened a 5,000-square-foot factory focusing almost exclusively on Jewish deli cuts. The company started working with Langer’s in the 1960s, and other

8 great places for takeout banh mi in L.A. and O.C.

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 8, 2020

Banh mi are essential to Los Angeles, as embedded in the culinary landscape as tortas, shawarma, French dips, subs, hot chicken and Langer’s No. 19. The snap and sting of pickled carrots, daikon and chiles mingle with splintering bread, unctuous

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Newsletter: Countdown to the 101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 7, 2019

up for a late breakfast at Sqirl, where we covered our wobbly patio table with thick-sliced brioche toast plumped out with ricotta and jam and cups of “horchoffee.” For lunch, there was the #19 at Langer’s. For dinner, fried pig tail, minced chicken

The best bars and restaurants for drinking wine in L.A.

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 6, 2020

restaurant is full-tilt busy; knowledgeable servers step up to offer assured, on-point guidance. 8700 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, (310) 859-9859, aocwinebar.com Capo Capo’s wine binder is nearly as thick as a Langer’s pastrami sandwich. It may well be the

Jonathan Gold beholds the brisket spectacle at Freedman's, a Jewish-ish deli in Echo Park

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • May 18, 2018

if not quite Langer’s — arranged on a plate with an equal quantity of what may be the best sliced deli tongue you have ever tasted, cured in the manner of corned beef but with a bounciness and depth that corned beef rarely approaches. A mushroom

Jonathan Gold: Wexler's Deli makes a grand addition to Central Market

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • August 1, 2014

of the Los Angeles pastrami sandwich with well-steamed pastrami in the tradition of Langer’s but served in juicy, thick-cut slabs. The sandwich never quite surpassed the work of the masters, but it was good enough to be a contender in any serious

wedge. The pastrami is perhaps less consistent than the high-quality industrial product places like Langer’s and Art’s tend to use — it can be crumbly at times — but when it is right, which has been almost all the time lately, it is superb: yielding

Jonathan Gold's best cheap eats

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • August 15, 2014

taste really good. 300 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles. kogibbq.com Langer’s Everyone knows that Langer’s serves the best pastrami sandwich in Los Angeles. Still, if you haven’t been to Langer’s in a few years, you might be surprised to see the long lines

The finest food in Los Angeles for even the thinnest wallets

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • August 29, 2014

S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, kogibbq.com Langer’s Everyone knows that Langer’s serves the best pastrami sandwich in Los Angeles. Still, if you haven’t been to Langer’s in a few years, you might be surprised to see the long lines outside the

New Dumpling Restaurant Replaces Nice Time Deli in Irvine

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 17, 2011

this plaza like pho is to Bolsa. LA Weekly's Jonathan Gold had this to say about the one he had at the Arcadia branch, ” A meal at 101 Noodle without a beef roll is as unthinkable as a lunch at Langer's without pastrami.” This, by the way, is not a