This traditional Jewish deli serves specialties like hot pastrami or white fish salad sandwiches, along with matzo ball soup and bagels
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid in combination with any other specials or promotions. Not valid towards tax. Not valid towards any over-the-counter Deli meats. May be repurchased every 30 days.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
$12 for $20 toward lunch or dinner for two (dine-in or carryout)
Label's Table Deli
When Bruce Krakoff opened Label's Table Deli in 1974, he was inspired by the authentic Jewish delis he'd frequented in Chicago and New York. On any given day, you can expect to find him behind the deli's counter, freshly slicing up meat for each sandwich as it's ordered. Sandwiches are almost entirely customized, as customers can choose their bread, picking from varieties like eqq, sourdough, or double-baked hot rye, then pile on toppings like whitefish salad, chopped liver, and hot pastrami, the shop's specialty. And, for hearty appetites, there are plenty of traditional deli extras, too, including matzo ball soup, potato salad, bagels and napkins.
My favorite deli in LA. I like it more overall than langers, Nate n als, canters, you name it. Great value and my favorite is the lunch special, half brisket sandwich and soup (split pea when they have it). They are also carry acme fish products which are flown in from New York. They are also famous for their Vienna hot dogs, but I stick to sandwiches. Workers are super friendly.
12 hours ago
This place has the best pastrami sandwiches well worth the drive.
ANNETTE C. ·
July 10, 2017
Bruce and his staff are friendly and treat customers like family. Food is great and pickles are a treat!