The Nosher: There’s a Reason Jewish Delis All Have ‘That Look’

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Our thanks to The Nosher (part of for mentioning Langer’s Deli in its article on Jewish deli design:

Langer’s in Los Angeles is also modest. It opened in 1947 with 12 seats and expanded, to 35 and then to 65 seats in its first 20 years. According to “Langer’s: A Classic American Culinary Story,” “the very look and feel you see today at Langer’s is the exact 1968 remodel as created by Al and Jean Langer — right down to the Naugahyde upholstery, turned-spindle brocade on the booths and period lighting fixtures.”

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