We hope you’ll take a moment to check out a new blog by Michael G. Kaplan who has traveled America in search of new adventures in pastrami. His poetic use of language to describe his culinary adventures is topped only by his stunning photography of both deli dishes and the people in the communities who serve them. We think you’ll love it as much as we do. Thanks for sharing with us, Michael, and for being such a big fan of Langer’s pastrami. – The Langer Family
We are thrilled to be #1 on TheInfatuation.com‘s “LA Deli Power Rankings” article just released! Thank you for this great honor, and thanks to all our customers who support us.
There’s nothing more liberating than seeing the look on a New Yorker’s face when someone says LA has the best pastrami. So we’ll go ahead and say it again – LA has the best pastrami. And all you need to do is head down to Alvarado and 7th, and pay a quick visit to Langer’s for proof. The LA landmark has been dishing out the best pastrami in the world (we can confirm through extensive scientific analysis) for over 70 years, with the #19 sandwich serving as its pièce de résistance. Pastrami, swiss cheese, and Russian-style coleslaw stacked between two perfect pieces of rye bread. This is the standard bearer for all things pastrami. Come at us.
CheapOair has a new article in their Local Guides up entitled “Los Angeles Food Guide: Daybreak to Dinner,” and we’re thrilled that it includes a mention of Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant. We’re among some terrific and innovative company; how many of their recommendations have you tried? Thank you, CheapOair!
All of us at Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant are honored to be named to Eater‘s “38 Essential Los Angeles Restaurants” for Fall 2016. This is an elite list encompassing a wide range of cuisines and dining formats, and to be included is extremely meaningful to us. Thank you, Matthew Kang and Eater!
LAPD Chief Beck sits down with CBS2’s Pat Harvey at Langer’s Delicatessen to discuss current policing strategies. Above is the full-length interview.
This is a shorter version that aired earlier.
Help Langer’s Delicatessen support the Los Angeles Police Department’s Rampart Division – home to the officers who patrol our area of LA – by signing up your foursome now to participate in the 7th Annual Rampart Golf Tournament. Put on by the Rampart Boosters, this tournament will be held Friday, October 14, 2016, at Montebello Golf Course. A portion of the tournament profits will be donated to the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center (2015’s contribution totalled $2500).
Please do what you can to support this worthy cause. All of us at Langer’s Delicatessen appreciate your support and participation.
We’re thrilled with the great new article published on the Silver Lake Blog about Langer’s Delicatessen. Here’s an excerpt:
Langer’s menu is as long as it is classic, with traditional Jewish deli nosh, matzo ball soup, brisket, corned and roast beef, and homemade desserts. The item to behold is the #19. Let’s dissect, shall we? Untoasted rye, Russian dressing, creamy coleslaw, and a couple slices of Swiss—all in service of the hand-sliced, juicy, smoky, beefy pastrami. On the side: a single dill pickle.
Here’s an absolutely fantastic video by Sheena Rao of Bon Appetit Magazine entitled “Plan Your Ultimate LA Restaurant Weekend.” It includes a visit to Langer’s Delicatessen, and it’s a total must-watch! Thank you, Sheena and Bon Appetit, for including us!