Langer’s Delicatesesen is proud to have been named once again to the highly prestigious Eater 38 Essential Los Angeles Restaurants listing – “it’s all very well executed in one of the best day-time dining rooms in town” – thank you, Eater!
Norm Langer was pleased to provide sponsorship to the 5th annual Rampart Golf Tournament, benefitting the Rampart Division’s many charitable and support efforts.
As thanks, Rampart Commanding Officer Brian Pratt presented Norm with this beautiful plaque, thanking him for his support. We wanted to share it with all of you.
Angela Matano of LAWeekly.com recently published a great piece entitled “5 Great LA Egg Creams” and it includes a stop at Langer’s Delicatessen:
Available in both chocolate and vanilla, Langer’s takes their fountain drinks seriously. Large and frothy, with a good head of foam on top, the chocolate egg cream (made from Hershey’s syrup), pairs perfectly with a #19. And if you don’t know what a #19 is, your next trip to one of the city’s best delis is long overdue.
Click here for the complete article. Thank you, Angela!
Langer’s Delicatessen will be closed in observance of Yom Kippur this coming Saturday, October 4, 2014. We will reopen 8AM the following Monday.
We are thrilled to have been named to Shalom Life’s “The Ten Best Delis in North America” list – thank you so much!
Langer’s Deli offers one of the best pastrami sandwiches and what Nora Ephron from The New Yorker calls on their website, “… in short, a work of art.” Another great draw is that the current owner, Norm Langer (son of the founder Al Langer, who passed away in 2007), knows most of the clientele and has been with the deli since his father opened it.
Jonathan Gold, Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic of the Los Angeles Times, has a new article now available in which he discusses ways for food enthusiasts to enjoy the finest foods available without breaking their budgets in the process.
Best of all, Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant was included in his list:
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 delicatessen on a Saturday afternoon, supplicants waiting for their shot at the No. 19, a baroque concoction of hand-cut pastrami, Swiss cheese, coleslaw and Russian dressing on double-baked rye bread.
Thank you so much, Jonathan, for your continued and important support of what we do here at Langer’s Deli. – The Langer Family
We’re so thrilled with this wonderful new video from the fine food folks at Tastemade.com. We think you’ll enjoy it as much as we did – thank you again, Tastemade!
Mychal Thompson and Jay from Compton of ESPN LA 710 discuss the wonder of Langer’s Delicatessen and our owner, Norm Langer, during this recent spot. Thanks, guys!
Trevor Summons of the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin recently paid a visit to Langer’s Deli with his grandson, and he had a wonderful time:
The menu is quite large and yet pretty easy to figure out. The regular favorite meals are numbered, with the most popular being No. 19. It’s the hot pastrami meal, with Swiss cheese and coleslaw on toasted rye bread. I chose it without the slaw ….
My grandson went for a roast beef and he was hard pressed to finish it.
Read the complete article here. Thank you, Trevor!
Norm Langer was very touched by this thank you card presented to him by the kids of Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) during the Urban Fruit Trail dedication ceremony this past Sunday in MacArthur Park. Thank you, HOLA, for allowing us to be part of something helping the youth of Los Angeles. - The Langers
Norm Langer of Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant was proud to be a part of local non-profit Heart of Los Angeles’ planting of fruit trees as part of Fallen Fruit’s “Urban Fruit Trail” being created throughout Los Angeles.
When HOLA’s first planting at Lafayette Park was destroyed by vandals, Norm asked if he could help support a replanting, as well as support their plans for trees at MacArthur Park – directly adjacent to Langer’s Deli’s historic location at 7th and Alvarado. HOLA Communications Director Lee Schube was thrilled to accept Norm’s support, and the MacArthur Park tree planting – featuring more than 30 HOLA young people (Rampart-area students of all ages) was a complete success.
We were joined by HOLA executive director Tony Brown, as well as various members of the local media, including Fox 11 News, KCBS 2 / KCAL 9, KTLA, KNX and many others.
Langer’s Deli provided box lunches to all the participants – just our way of saying “thank you” for not only help revitalize MacArthur Park, but for being such an important and valued part of the lives of the young people who live near us in the Rampart / Westlake area of Los Angeles.
Thank you, Heart of Los Angeles, for allowing us to be a part of your important endeavors. Keep up the fantastic work.
Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant is thrilled to have been voted among the most visited of the best of Jonathan Gold’s 101 Best Restaurants list.
Selected by Gold’s readers through a ballot, the most visited list is headed up by Border Grille, and is then joined by Kogi BBQ Truck, Langer’s Delicatessen and the Mozza-plex (Pizzeria and Osteria Mozza and Chi Spacca).
From Jonathan Gold:
“Everyone knows that Langer’s serves the best pastrami sandwich in Los Angeles. Guidebooks say so. National magazines say so. The MTA Red Line disgorges so many Langer’s-bound fressers that it has sometimes been called the Pastrami Express,” wrote Gold. “Distinguished chefs flirting with putting pastrami on their menus rarely do so without at least a nod to the noble deli masters of Westlake.”
We are so grateful to our customers who have supported us for 67 years here at 7th and Alvarado. And this vote only underscores their loyalty and commitment to us – just as we are committed to providing our customers with an unparalleled dining experience with the world’s best pastrami.
Thank you. – The Langers