In Hollywood, Three Guys from Jersey Opened an East Coast Deli That’s an L.A. Original

New counter-service sandwich spot Ggiata is dishing up Italian-American faves with a California twist
Josh Lurie • Los Angeles Magazine • June 7, 2021
Noah Holton-Raphael, Max Bahramipour, and Jack Biebel grew up in Montclair, New Jersey, a town where The Sopranos frequently filmed and Italian sandwiches are gospel. The longtime friends felt like L.A. would benefit from their bread-framed...
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