Jerry's Famous Deli

(310) 208-3354 | View Website

10925 Weyburn Ave, Los Angeles, CA | Directions   90024

34.062726 -118.446389

Open Hours

Monday 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Tuesday 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Wednesday 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Thursday 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Friday 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Saturday 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Sunday 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

 
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Price: $

Tags: Family-Friendly Dining, Food Delivery, Lunch Spot

Payment Methods: American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: West LA, Westwood

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Menu
Dinner Salad, Dinner Salad, California Salad, Mexican Chicken Caesar, Hot Dog, Cheese Dog, Sauerkraut Dog, Chilly and Onion Dog, Jell-O, Rice Pudding... more

Reviews for Jerry's Famous Deli

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

breakfast so so – I ate at Jerrys and ordered french toast and bacon. The french toast was good; but there bacon is not worth ordering at all. I did like the coffee.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

good food – food was good, but a bit expensive. place is clean and the staff are very professional. I love their specialty pastrami and I will be going back for more.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

YUMMY comfort food ! – I LOVE this place - It is the best place for HUGE portions of homemade quality food. Some people complain about the price (cheapskates!) - but you get what you pay for.

They now have a whole page for us vegetarians - lots of good choices, healthy if you want, naughty, fried and cheesy if you don't mind walking out of there with your top button of your pants unbuttoned -

Nice that they let the students study upstairs - As a Bruin, I appreciate that!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Jerry's Infamous Deli – I would avoid this place unless you were caught in a torrential downpour, hadn't eaten for days, and would die if you didn't go in. I've been to three locations, Westwood, Marina Del Rey, and West Hollywood (across from Cedars Sinai Hospital - convenient if you feel sick after eating). These restaurants are poorly managed, give the worst service, and the food is quite ordinary. The worst one is in West Hollywood. The MDR location is more tolerable. Maybe people at the beach have it more under control. Try Factor's, Junior's, Canters, & Langers.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

The worst place on earth. – The food, servcie and management are horrible. Over priced with attitude. The only pro this place has is that you can go in drunk as a skunk and act like an idiot and fit right in. Do not waste your time or money in this dump.

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Ok for dining in, but take out and delivery people are arrogant and make plenty of mistakes! – "Eating at Jerry's is a much better experience than take out or delivery. The food is fine. Never bad, fresh and decent. Certainly nothing to write home about, but still good enough if you are craving a hot. homey meal in a clean place, this place is fine. Servers are attentive and pleasant for sure. I like eating there from time to time.

I would advise against take out or delivery, however. I didn't just have one bad experience and am being emotional, but have ordered take out and delivery 5 times. Each time the person on the other end of the line grumbles and sighs, explains why what you are ordering isn't what you should be ordering (you want mayonnaise on your club sandwich so you don't have to take it apart and have it crumble as you attempt to squeeze a packet on a small triangle? Sorry...We can't put mayo on your sandwich.), or gets it completely wrong. I ordered a Pastrami Sandwich the other day, brought the bag home, and there was only half a sandwich in it! Half a sandwich!!!! Ha!

Anyway, you get the point...Ok place to dine in, if you want a decent basic meal with a nice, attentive wait staff. Ordering take out or delivery you will encounter arrogance and mistakes every time."

Recommends
over a year ago

From borscht to burritos, this deli serves mighty portions to an eclectic, devoted crowd. – In Short
This after hours deli is a popular late-night nosh spot for locals and tourists alike. Cold cut-loving celebrities, such as Jerry Seinfeld and Larry Flynt, have been spotted digging into triple-decker sandwiches--pastrami, turkey, Reubens and Monte Cristos are house favorites. The menu features hundreds of other items, as well, and crosses multiple ethnicities. A broad selection of vegetarian-friendly salads and pastas are also available.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

It helped me pay for college – Haha, I used to work there, good times. Even as a waitress, people still complained about the prices mostly. On the flip side, the portions are a bit big, so sometimes get what you pay for.

But here's a few things to help lessen your bill

-Stick with the Mazto Ball Soup. If you ask for extra chicken, sometimes, they won't charge you, hell, I never did. For 9 bucks, it's a great deal. The bowl is the side of your head.

-If you crave Bagel and Lox, dont order the Lox Platter. Stick with a Bagel and Lox spread option under Nosh in the menu. It's the same thing only the salmon is already in the cream cheese. It will save you about 10 bucks.

- If you insist on eating there, you can save money by sharing a entry with your friends, but you should order a cup of soup if you guys share a sandwich. It will fill you up more.

-If you're with a group of people and you don't want to each order individual desserts, you can ask for a slice of cake/pie and get "Midnight madness" For about 3 dollars more it wil feed 6 people as opposed to 1.

-Don't say your a friend of the owner.. The waiters don't give a patoey and it won't get your anywhere. Everyone has met Ike Stark.

-Lastly, I don't know what happened but the potatoe salad used to taste good. Maybe they switched to a cheaper brand of mayo but if you add tabasco sauce it's quite yummy.

Hope this helped. One last thing, if you're a student, the upstairs in the westwood location is a great place to study.

Long live Dorian!!!

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

It Is What It Is – Ok here's my little spiel on Jerry's. Jerry's is like that one girl you have in your phone that you DO NOT want to call late on a Saturday night under any circumstances, but if your appetite is voracious enough, you'll call her anyway because you know she will be open for whatever, and it will be fine during it all, but afterwards you will most likely regret it. After sampling a variety of Jerry's menu-items over the years there are two which I can say are decent enough to get you through the night: One, is their chocolate chip pancakes which are actually crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside (how pancakes should be) and the second is their matzo ball soup which is served piled high with noodles and shredded chicken. Neither one of these dishes is worthy of anything above an "average" rating. But like I said, they will get you through the night. Everything else is downright disgusting. I just don't get it...Jerry's has a good formula...they are one of the few places that is open 24 hours and they are located in great, central Los Angeles locations. If they could serve up a decent deli sandwhich that doesn't induce immediate regurgitation, they could rule the world!!!! Oh and they need to bring their prices down about 60%. Charging the money that they do for that quality of food is just robbery, plain and simple.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

BEST STAFF EVER !! – ok.. whoever honestly doesnt like this place is wayyyy to picky and stuck up to begin with. FIRST off Jerrys has anything you could POSSIBLY want. Second, the staff there is freakin AWESOME. A little man works there (really itialian) who is the nicest guy EVER. Same with a worker that has a long braid in the back. Anyways, thats not the point, the point IS that their food and service is AMAZZINGGG especially after a long night of partyin =) LOVE JERRYS.. <3

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