There's a great vibe at Art's. Seems like regulars have been eating at and enjoying Art's for years.
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The only thing I will eat there is a tongue sandwich. It runs about $25.00 so you better love tongue. Probably better off going to, I don't know any place but Jerry's
We came here on a recommendation from friends. We shared the pastrami sandwich, sweet potato fries and the cucumber salad. All were as advertised, which means good. Some will complain about paying $18 for the sandwich, but it's large enough to feed two,people. Our server, Sybil, took us under her wing. The place is a throwback to the 1950s.
We were looking for a typical American food experience from days gone by. We'll this place certainly delivered. So glad I ordered the 1/2 serve lol. Bagel Chips were sensational and my chopped Salad was great. I love delicatessens, I'm a bit of a Salami and Smoked fish fan and they certainly had that in spades. Staff were on it... More
Not often that I've abandoned a meal after a single mouthful. A deli omelette is not a conceptual conundrum. Corned beef and eggs does not require a Phd to prepare except perhaps at Art's. I guess you can never go back, and I certainly never will. It used to be good. Eggs pre-mixed, sitting in a bowl accumulating the odor... More
Very good overall, but just missing something to make it great. Shout out to the staff - we had a large group (12) and they were very efficient in taking our orders, keeping the water/coffee/ sodas filled and making a large group feel welcome. The food was very good. I had a Reuben and it was towering, lots of meat,... More
Art's deli right in the heart of Studio City feels like you're on the lower Eastside of Manhattan. I think they imported our waiter as his sense of humor was very NYC. I had an overstuffed brisket sandwich, with a Dr. Brown's cream soda. My daughter had a overstuffed corn beef sandwich with the Dr. Brown's black cherry soda. All... More
The food was not even ok. Sandwiches were dry. Meat loaf was covered in tomato sauce. Four dollars for iced tea and all drinks?. Eighteen dollars for a sandwich? This place is not worth my time or money. Eight dollars for apple strudel? I could go on but why. Will not go again.
We sadly left behind Art's Deli when we moved out of the valley and out of state, so were thrilled to have the opportunity for a recent return visit, and just like with an old friend, we were right back at home. Almost nothing beats a scrumptious Reuben and Art's is that and then some. Large enough to share, along... More
This is bar none the best deli in the LA area. Both my wife and I lived there for years, and recently returned to find that the same Studio City location that we recall from 28 years ago, is still serving up incredible pastrami on rye. The service is great, the food is event better. Having been everywhere from NY's... More
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