Pastrami, pastrami, and more pastrami. Kings Deli is in the shadows of the Warner Brothers lot and gained an overnight following for cranking out incredible New York-style deli sandwiches and house-made pastrami. There’s also an espresso bar that smartly caters to the enraged studio execs in need of a seventh wind.
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