We are honored to have been named to Jonathan Gold’s “101 Best Restaurants 2017” in the Los Angeles Times. It is a major honor and we are grateful. Thank you, Jonathan – The Langers
We are honored to be named to Eater.com’s “38 Essential Los Angeles Restaurants” for Fall 2017. Here’s what they had to say about us:
Yes, the #19 pastrami sandwich is an amazing sandwich, but the pure pastrami on house-based rye is simplicity at its best. There’s a reason why people make pilgrimages to try their pastrami and even corned beef: there is no better version anywhere in town, and perhaps even in the country. Pro tip: try the #54, a blend of both the pastrami and corned beef in one sandwich. And don’t skip the rest of the classic Jewish deli menu — it’s all very well executed in one of the best day-time dining rooms in town.
Please click here to read the complete article. Thank you, Eater and Matthew Kang. – The Langers
We are proud and thrilled to have been named to Eater’s “20 Most Iconic Restaurant Dishes, Fall 2017” for Los Angeles. Here is their take on our legendary #19 sandwich:
There is no more iconic single sandwich in Los Angeles (and no better pastrami sandwich in America) than the #19 at Langer’s. It’s the absolute pinnacle of a Jewish deli staple, complete with mile-high stacks of pastrami, Swiss cheese, and coleslaw on rye.
Thank you again, Eater! – The Langers
We are thrilled and honored to have been included in LAist’s “The 8 Best Jewish Delis In Los Angeles” article just published at their site. Their write-up of our food and location are terrific:
We’ve written before about Langer’s legendary pastrami sandwich, which no less a food authority than Nora Ephron famously deemed the best in the world. The 70-year-old Westlake deli is no one-hit wonder, though; Norm Langer, who inherited the business from his father Al, can often be spotted at the restaurant, doling out corned beef and cheese blintzes with a side of Borscht Belt humor. Sadly, Langer’s closes at 4 p.m. daily—if you’re in a rush, avail yourself of their “curb service” and get an order to go, but be warned that the famous #19 Hot Pastrami Sandwich is best enjoyed at one of Langer’s signature brown booths.
Click here to read the complete article. Thank you, LAist! – The Langers
We are thrilled and honored to be included in Eater.com’s “28 Classic Restaurants Every Angeleno Must Try, Summer 2017” list, just published on their site. Just check out this wonderful write-up of Langer’s:
Possibly the greatest pastrami in America, Langer’s is a fantastic diner in Westlake offering everything from reubens and corned beef to delicatessen classics like matzo ball soup and lox. Ever crowded during lunch, it’s easily the best Jewish deli in a city full of great delis.
Thank you, Matthew Kang and Farley Elliott, you are wonderful to us and we are grateful. – The Langers
Langer’s Delicatessen is so proud to once again have been named to the Eater “38 Essential Los Angeles Restaurants” list. This is a great honor for all our employees who work so hard to provide the best food and service in the industry.
We are honored to be named to new travel website Xploritall’s “Top 25 Restaurants in Los Angeles” list. From their description, with Langer’s at #4:
Serving up deli food goodness since 1947, Langer’s specialty is pastrami. Honored in 2001 by the James Beard Foundation with an American Classics Award.
We are honored and thrilled to be named to Eater’s “19 Stellar Los Angeles Spots for Lunch,” joining many wonderful establishments serving all segments of our wide community here in the Southland. Thank you, Matthew Kang and Farley Elliott, for including us in this important list.
Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant is honored to be named to Eater’s “25 Epic Los Angeles Sandwiches” list:
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.