Factor's Famous Deli
- General Info:
- Established in 1948, Factor's Famous Deli is a restaurant that serves a range of food items. The restaurant maintains a garden patio, takeout counters and private dining rooms. Its facilities also feature wireless Internet access and televisions. Factor's Famous Deli offers breakfast, lunch and dinner options. It provides a variety of baked goods, soups, salads, beers and wines. Factor's Famous Deli offers catering services for various occasions. The restaurant provides gift cards and sells shirts, hats and mugs. It maintains an online club and accepts orders through the Internet.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (310) 277-3100
- Payment method:
- amex, visa, mastercard, discover
- South Robertson, West Los Angeles
- **ATM:** Mastercard - Open 24 Hours Outdoor Seating, Free Wi-Fi, Television
- Delicatessens, Caterers, Pizza, Bagels, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Valet
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Deli, American, Bagels, Diner, Cafe, Omelets
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
02/03/2010Provided by Citysearch -
A Jew's home away from home, leave it to Factor's to keep me hooked. In addition to their free wireless and sports TVs, they make the perfect reuben - three inches of meat, just enough kraut, melted swiss and perfectly toasted rye. Hi, I'm Kika, and I have a reuben problem. Hi Kika...
05/29/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I?m a big fan of Factors? flavorful knishes, juicy and tender pastrami sandwiches, crispy potato pancakes, and ironically for a deli, its tantalizingly cheesy mozzarella sticks. The restaurant has a relatively new buffet line of hot, side-dish deli classics, including mac & cheese as well as mashed potatoes. Rich pretty much sums up the majority of the desserts Factors offers, including its lemon and brownie bars as well as its blackout chocolate cake. You can order off the menu in the dining room, decorated with movie posters and other memorabilia, or get take-out from deli and dessert counter. The restaurant also delivers to within a three-mile radius, but service is slow, so be sure to put in your order a good two hours before you want to eat. What also makes Factors unique among the other delis in the Pico-Robertson region is that a) it?s not a kosher restaurant b) it?s open from Friday to Saturday night during the weekly Jewish Sabbath.
11/17/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I read about the deli as the 9th best deli in LA out of 10. I wanted to love this place, but I couldn't. The meat was tough and fatty. The coffee cold. We waited 10 minutes for 2 glasses of water. Parking was awful. No, I cannot recommend this place. I'd rather enjoy Nate N Al's on Beverly Drive.
04/22/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I'm not a big deli fan, but I love Factor's. You can actually have a healthy meal here while your company is having a cholestoral binge. They have amazing salads which are so huge they can be shared. The crowd is mixed ages as opposed to the competition which makes you feel like you are in a senior center. They deliver take-out deli platters, etc. great for a casual event like a sports gathering or kids' party. The owner is friendly and usually there.
04/04/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Factors would not be the place to go for a really tasty omelette unless you prefer something unseasoned and bland. Perhaps we made a mistake in ordering the brisket omelette. My wife smothered it in tobasco (she likes her spice) but it still couldn't be saved. Their sandwiches and soups are tasty, however. I like that the waitresses are old school and personable. Good luck finding a parking spot.
03/04/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Factors is a great alternative to the fast declining Jerry's Deli and the other LA staple, Canters. The menu selection is comparable in all three, and the quality of Factors food is pretty good overall. It's a very reasonable place for breakfast, service is quick and friendly. Parking can be an issue, especially at weekends. On the upside, I have taken large groups here (>10) and have not had to wait long for seating - of course, peak times (early at weekends) can be very busy, but I always find this a good sign. Overall, I'd recommend this place for breakfast and for large groups who have varied likes/dislikes.
07/30/2004Provided by Citysearch -
Factor's is fantastic! My lunch usually consists of sandwich, soup and fries. Factor's is by far the best deli in Los Angeles. I actually live directly behind Cantor's and drive all the way to Factor's because it's that much better. I think the only deli that can compare the Factor's is Second Avenue Deli in NYC.
05/22/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Sure, the food is all around solid at Factors, but I pretty much stick with the Turkey Pastrami Reuben and the Turkey Dipper. I've worked my way through the menu and landed on those two favorites. For breakfast, you can't go wrong with the cod, whitefish or lox.