Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant is proud to have been named to Jonathan Gold’s 2015 “101 Best Restaurants” list in the Los Angeles Times (subscription required). It is a great honor to be named to Jonathan’s list, and we are thrilled to have been included. Thank you, Jonathan. – The Langers
All of us at Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant wish to thank our friends and family who have served in the military, risking their lives to protect all of us in America. To that end, we would like to thank all military active duty and veterans today only (11/11/15 – 8AM-4PM) with a free meal of their choosing. Simply present your military ID to qualify. And again, thank you.
WeLikeLA.com has a great new article up entitled “14 Restaurants You Gotta Try If It’s Your Very First Visit to Los Angeles,” and Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant is proud to be included in this terrific list.
Langer’s #19 with hot pastrami , coleslaw and their famous double-baked bread is all the rage and it’s considered one of the best pastrami sandwiches in the country so there will be a line but it will be worth it.
Click here to read the article and see if you agree with their selections. Thank you, WeLikeLA.com! – The Langers
Arriving in New York City today: LAPD Chief Charlie Beck makes good on his Dodgers vs. Mets bet with NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton – a huge package of Langer’s Deli food, including the Commissioner’s favorite, Langer’s corned beef, chips and Diet Coke!
Coming soon to your local PBS station: “I’ll Have What Phil’s Having,” starring famed television producer Phil Rosenthal (“Everybody Loves Raymond”) – this episode features Phil at Langer’s with TV legend Norman Lear and Paul Reiser. This preview comes from this week’s TV Guide, and the episode featuring Langer’s debuts Nov. 2nd. Learn more here: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/what-phils-having/watch/
Our good friends at Eater.com have published yet another amazing collection of Los Angeles-area sandwich recommendations, and Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant is proud to be a part of this august list. Written by Matthew Kang and Farley Elliot, our entry reads:
An easy choice for the most popular pastrami sandwich at this historic deli in Westlake, just west of Downtown. This near-perfect Jewish deli sandwich features house-baked rye bread, russian dressing, cheese, coleslaw and freshly sliced slivers of the most achingly perfect, smoked pastrami on earth. There is simply no equal when it comes to this pastrami.
Click here to read the complete list. How many have you tried? Thank you, Matthew and Farley – we greatly appreciate your support. – The Langers
Photo Credit: Wonho Frank Lee
VoyageLA.com has a great new best-of list, entitled “The Non-Snobby LA Dining Guide.” Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant is pleased and proud to have been included with so many fine institutions. From the piece:
An LA institution – for good reason
Almost everyone gets the #19
Click on through to see all the other suggestions. Thank you, VoyageLA.com! – The Langers
Matt Stevens’ piece which ran online earlier this week about “the bet” between LAPD Chief Charlie Beck and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton appears today on page 2 of the LA Times California section print edition. Thank you again, Matt, for the coverage!
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck and New York Police Commissioner William J. Bratton have placed public bets with each other over the Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Mets battle for the National League Championship Series (NCLS).
When the Dodgers win NCLS, Commissioner Bratton will buy lunch for Chief Beck at Katz’s Deli in New York. If the Mets were to win, Chief Beck would buy lunch for Commissioner Bratton at Langer’s Deli in Los Angeles. “As with our Kings-Rangers Stanley Cup bet in 2014 when the Kings won, it’s too bad that Commissioner Bratton will not be able to enjoy his favorite Los Angeles Deli,” said Chief Beck.
At stake are the bragging rights over which city’s baseball team is better, not which city has the better pastrami. That question was settled when Commissioner Bratton told Patt Morrison that he would try to get Langer’s sandwiches delivered in NYC.
— Langer's Deli (@LangersDeli) October 7, 2015
What an incredible collection of Southland sandwiches, ranging from Italian to Vietnamese and yes, even classic Jewish deli pastrami. We are thrilled and honored to be a part of Thrillist’s “LA Sandwich Bucket List.” How many have you tried?
Like The Godmother at Bay Cities, you need to have Langer’s pastrami sandwich with Swiss cheese, Russian dressing, and cole slaw before you’re really even allowed to call yourself an Angeleno. It’s not just the best pastrami sandwich in LA, it’s the best in the country. (Pro tip: it’s even better without all the stuff on it. Trust us.)
Click here for the complete article. Thank you, Thrillist! – The Langers
We are greatly honored to have been named once again to the prestigious Eater 38 Essential Los Angeles Restaurants list. Thank you, Matthew Kang and Eater, for your continuing support of Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant.