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

 In News

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.

Click here to read the complete article.

Recent Posts

Start typing and press Enter to search

pastrami sandwich on rye bread