Los Angeles Restaurant Guide
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Art's has been the best deli in the Valley since late in the Eisenhower administration, and its dense, tasty chicken soup, puddled around matzo balls the size of...
There are closets in Beverly Hills that have more square footage than Bánh Mì My Tho, but this Alhambra Vietnamese sandwich shop makes far, far better use of its...
1517 Lincoln Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90401Critics' PickBest OfImageReaders' Choice
The Italian deli Bay Cities makes a decent turkey sandwich, a loud, greasy meatball sandwich and a very respectable hero, but the sandwich of choice here is a...
If you don’t live in Eagle Rock, the first thought you might have upon entering Cacao Mexicatessen is, “Man, I wish this was in my neighborhood.” The...
419 N. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036Critics' PickSlideshowImage
Based at its Fairfax District location since 1953, the landmark Jewish restaurant has been a classic rock & roll hangout since the 1960s. Matzo ball soup and...
3600 W. Sixth St.
Los Angeles, CA 90020-5004Critics' PickSlideshowImage
The original Cassell's was opened in 1948 by Al Cassell. Cassell was famous for a few things, most notably his burgers cooked on a crossfire broiler. For many...
Gjusta, which comes to us courtesy of Gjelina owners Fran Camaj and Travis Lett, is something between a food hall and a deli, a sprawling concept that assaults...
Life is fickle. Things change. There’s not much you can count on. What can you count on? Langer’s Deli. Langer’s will never change, or at least we hope with the...
1001 N. Alameda St.
downtown, CA 90012Critics' PickBest OfImageEssentials
Philippe the Original is billed as the birthplace of the French dip sandwich, and there's no doubt that's quite an achievement (though if you ask the folks over...
The Rose, which had been a Venice staple since 1979, reopened its doors in November 2015 after a revamp, which included bringing on Jason Neroni as chef. The...