Greenblatt’s Deli, One of L.A.’s Oldest Businesses, Closes Up Shop

The Sunset Strip is losing one of its legacy businesses—but could a buyer step in?
Chris Nichols • Los Angeles Magazine • August 12, 2021
After a century of serving up wine, lox, and kosher salami, the owners of one of the city’s oldest businesses will hang up their aprons for good tonight. Greenblatt’s Delicatessen, loved by generations of movie stars, night clubbers, and tourists...
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