Greenblatt's Delicatessen Restaurant & Fine Wine Shop
8017 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Greenblatt's Delicatessen & Fine Wine Shop
Greenblatt's Deli & Wine Shop
Greenblatt's Deli-Restaurant And Fine Wine Shop
Parking: Street, Lot, On Site
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Deli, Caterers, Family Style, Sandwiches, Take Out, Fast Food
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
12/14/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I always order to go and one morning I had the most horrible experience. Staff didn't listen to anything I said, then told me are you sure you called in an order and didn't ever check if it was ready. They we all eating bagels at the cashier register. You know to be honest w as many restaurants LA has to offer I just prefer nice customer service where I don't feel like someone is doing me a favor by speaking to me. The manager was on a personal call using his cell phone. Told he that the call was important -- pretty much saying I wasn't. I have felt this few times before about staff there and just kept coming back. But I really had an ahaaa moment that its really not worth it. The food is just ok !!! Not worth the rudeness!
02/10/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Have swine flu and the antibiotics and Gatorade just aren't cutting it? Call up your best friend and ask them to pick up a bowl of Greenblatt's matzo ball soup to cure that limpy immune system right up. Take it from this Jew, you wont get any better outside of NYC or my grandmother's kitchen.
07/24/2009Provided by Citysearch -
2 different and equally awful experiences being ignored while waiting for service. Atmosphere is cramped (restaurant is very narrow!) so it isn't as though waiting for service is even enjoyable in that setting. Miserable!
Also: Expensive. No fries.
I suggest Canter's nearby on Fairfax - the food is much much better. We also love Factors Deli on Pico, as they are very consistent on staff and food. Factor's has the nicest dining area of all 3 restaurants, very posh for a delicatessen.
Avoid Greenblatt's. Even the wine selection can not make up for the disorganized and snooty staff.
11/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I actually tried a Greenblatt's corned beef sandwich once and liked it. Problem is, I can't ever get the one I liked again. I don't like hot sandwiches, so I keep asking them if it's possible to get a cold corned beef, and they keep telling me they can't do that. It's pretty easy. Just don't cook it! They serve chicken salad sandwiches. Do the same thing, only replace the chicken salad with corned beef! The fact that they will hold the heat for some people, but not for me, gives me the impression they aren't very concerned about customer sevice.
05/04/2008Provided by Citysearch -
As a person who makes Matzah ball soup from scratch, I am selective. I find that Jerry's and Canter's serve mushy noodles. Canter's Matzah ball was hard, and had no flavor. Greenblatt's, on the other hand, tasted really homemade. The brisket dip was nice and satisfying too. The place isn't a bargain but it tastes a step up from other delis.
11/21/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Okay... If you don't want to pay top dollar for the high quality food at Greenblatt's, there are thousands of other places to get a deli sandwich in Los Angeles but IMHO, you get what you pay for. The quality here is 2nd to none. I lived in L.A. for 10 years and always make a point of making it to Greenblatt's when I visit. The #5 combo is to die for... I can taste it right now! ...get it with their awesome potato salad. They have a great wine and beer selection and also the deserts will make you want to take something home as well.