The Pastrami Sandwiches at Tommy's Are Massive, Glorious Gut Bombs

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 23, 2008
Meat ManifestoThe pastrami sandwiches at Tommy’s are massive, glorious gut bombs   I’ve never had the pastrami at Katz’s or the Carnegie Deli. I haven’t even made the freeway pilgrimage to Langer’s in LA for what Jonathan Gold has called “the best...
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