Eastside Market Italian Deli
Time Out says
Way back when, blocks and blocks of the areas we now know as Chinatown and Downtown were actually L.A.'s own Little Italy—and in 1929, Joe Campagna and Domenic Pontrelli opened an Italian market there. Eventually the market changed hands—don't worry, it went to lifelong employee Johnny Angiuli and his brother, Frank—and flipped into more of a deli in the '70s. Since then, it's been serving some of L.A.'s messiest, sauciest and most delectable sandwiches. If you've really worked up an appetite, there's no way the D.A. Special (with sausage, meatball, roast beef and pastrami with a whole lot of red sauce) won't hit the spot, but we're partial to the eggplant parm sub.
1013 Alpine St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 8am-4pm, Sat 9am-3pm|
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