36 "Deli" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Cortina’s is a long-standing Italian deli and market in Anaheim with fantastic cold-cut sandwiches and pizza.
El Gaucho is a Latin American market/deli in Anaheim with tremendous sandwiches and even better empanadas.
Jeff’s Table is a not-so-secret deli behind Flask in Highland Park with excellent and innovative sandwiches.
Cavaretta’s is a classic, family-run Italian deli in Canoga Park and home to our favorite cannolis in Los Angeles.
Brent’s Deli in Northridge is one of LA’s best - and most iconic - Jewish delis.
Orleans and York is a Cajun/New York-style shop sandwich in Inglewood, great for a quick bite or takeout.
Izzy’s in Santa Monica is one of the only 24-hour restaurants on the Westside.
A Jewish deli on the Sunset Strip, Daughter’s Deli is a good spot when you need a quick lunch in West Hollywood.
Kings Deli is a New York-style deli with fantastic pastrami in the shadow of the Warner Brothers lot in Burbank.
You might spend some time trying to find Reggie’s (it’s in the Citibank), but once you’re inside this family-run deli, you'll find great sandwiches.
DTLA Cheese in Grand Central Market is a salad and sandwich shop that’s also a cheese retail store.
A little south of most of the stores on Hermosa Ave., Mickey’s Deli is a Hermosa Beach legend with some very solid Italian deli classics.
San Pedro deli Busy Bee has hardly changed in the last 20 years, with a seemingly permanent line and can’t-miss sandwiches.
Norton's in Santa Barbara is an old-school diner where pastrami is the star.