Langer’s received a very nice mention in the Cooking Corner: Homemade Pastrami article by David W. Cowles, carried by the Peninsula Gateway (www.gateline.com). In the article, which discusses the merits of and tasks behind creating your own pastrami at home, David discusses the historical background of pastrami preparation, its Romanian roots, and the non-controversy over […]
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Langer’s owner Norm Langer was part of an in-depth look at the MacArthur Park area of Langer’s, which is home to the delicatessen-restaurant. The story focuses on the FBI’s efforts to crack down on gang activity in the area, and includes insight and perspective from Norm: If you’re looking for a fake I.D., MacArthur Park […]
Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant was privileged to be a part of the “Sweet 16” in Los Angeles Magazine’s “64 Greatest Things about LA” promotion (click here for more info). But we were surprised to see in the June issue (on newsstands now – buy a copy!) a short discussion of our spirited participation in the promotion: Norm […]
Former Los Angeles mayor and restaurant owner Richard Riordan gave an interview published in the LA Times today in which he is quoted as possibly assembling a landmark restaurant consortium – possibly to include Langer’s? Well, you decide: …He’s played with the idea of putting together a group of landmark Los Angeles restaurants for a […]
Enjoy this short clip documenting the unveiling and dedication of the Langer’s Square signs at the 7th and Alvarado intersection in Los Angeles, in honor of our founder, Al Langer. The event took place January 24, 2008.
Thanks to all our friends and customers who voted for us in the LA Magazine “64 Greatest Things in LA” competition. We made it to the Sweet 16! We won two rounds and we’re VERY grateful to everyone who took the time to vote for us.
Watch the Langer’s Square dedication by Los Angeles City Councilman Ed Reyes (District 1) at the famous Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant, a 60-year-plus Los Angeles institution known for its hot pastrami sandwiches worldwide. The City conferred the historic district signage at the intersection of Alvarado and 7th Streets, the location of Langer’s Deli since 1947, when founder […]