Smoke Fish Everyday: Wexler’s Deli Now Open in Century City

LA favorite and family-owned Wexler’s Deli opened their 3rd location at Westfield Century City this week. Wexler’s Deli is known for serving up traditional Jewish deli soul food with a chef-driven mindset.

Wexler’s Deli
10250 Santa Monica Blvd – FC22, Los Angeles, CA 90067
www.wexlersdeli.com

The original Wexler’s Deli opened in DTLA’s Grand Central Market in 2014. Since the opening, owners have grown Wexler’s into an LA cult-favorite; receiving many accolades for their business along the way. Owners Chef Micah Wexler and Michael Kassar received the 2017 Star Chefs Los Angeles Rising Star Concept award. Wexler has also been named one of the Top 20 Chef’s in LA by Los Angeles Magazine, and was also a semi-finalist for the James Beard Rising Star Chef in America Award. In 2016, Wexler’s Deli expanded into a larger Santa Monica location and now, they join Westfield Century City, among favorites like Bibigo, Ajisen Ramen and Randy’s Donuts.

Wexler’s Deli signature items, breakfast sandwiches, bagels with smoked fish and sandwiches are served with their classic side dish options, like coleslaw and potato salad. There is an exclusive item at this location, the Chopped Steak Sandwich – Wexler’s Brisket Patty, onion, raclette, Russian dressing on grilled challah bread. This sandwich is a perfected patty melt, juicy, meaty, everything you’d want in one!

Chopped Steak Sandwich

This location was designed with a fast-casual pace in mind. Customer can take their orders to go, or dine at their counter space. The signature Wexler’s old school butcher block and subway tile palette add to the animated decor.

So if you need a break from all the shopping and entertainment in the mall, be sure to stop by the new Wexler’s!

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I was born and raised in the suburbs of Sacramento, California. I grew up a typical “McDonald’s kid”. I was very picky about what I ate and refused to try new foods. No fun, I know.

My Mom started taking me on trips to Europe when I was a teenager and that’s when my palate for finer foods began to develop. Some of my most memorable favorite meals include Veal Bolognese in Rome, Gyros in Athens, Paella in Lisbon and Duck L’Orange in Paris. While this helped me grow out of a fast food phase, I still eat out quite a bit. I know I should be at home cooking, but I love dining out.

I started working in restaurants in various front of the house positions at age 15. Since my start, I’ve worked in every casual restaurant setting you can think of: a teriyaki stand, brewery, sushi nightclub, trendy Mexican, family-style Italian, American diner, pizza parlor and even a BLT themed food truck.

I can’t help but notice that many of the LA food bloggers don’t have any sort of background working in a restaurant. A lot of my perspective on food and dining out comes from my years of experience in the biz.

Since starting this blog, I have shot appearances on a few cooking competition shows (including MasterChef Junior and another upcoming show). We have also started producing a Youtube Channel.

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