seats along the counter in a delicatessen

LA Weekly: Finding L.A.’s Historic Soul in Its Restaurants

The LA Weekly recently published a great piece by Nikki Kreuzer entitled, “Finding L.A.’s Historic Soul in Its Restaurants.” In it, she takes a decade-by-decade look at the amazing collection of surviving restaurants from as far back as the beginning of the 20th century. Langer’s makes our appearance in the 1940s:

Langer’s Deli (704 S Alvarado St., Westlake), known for its pastrami and matzo ball soup, was opened in 1947 by a New Jersey transplant. It’s kept its original appearance with vintage signs, multi-colored tile behind the deli counter and knobby wood room dividers.

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