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A modern Jewish deli counter with light wooden stools.
Wexler’s Deli, Century City
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Wexler's Drops Deli Deliciousness on the Westfield Century City

The popular modern Jewish deli just hit a three-peat

Today’s the day to nosh at the Westfield Century City, as Wexler’s Deli has officially opened its bright new kiosk at the large mall’s upstairs dining level. Much like the Grand Central Market original, this new location of Wexler’s lets the team get back to basics: Counter service, cool murals, and all that smoked fish.

The new Wexler’s in Century City marks an official trio for chef/owner Micah Wexler and partner Michael Kassar, following on the success of the Downtown originator and Santa Monica follow-up. Situated right in the thick of the dining action at Westfield, the place lis likely to become a popular stop-off for weekday lunch crowds, and hordes of all-day shoppers on weekends. Diners can elect to eat at the long, blonde counter overseeing the entire operation, or grab their food and sit elsewhere in the expansive food court or patio.

As far as food goes, expect much the same from this Wexler’s as both the others, but with the addition of a chopped steak sandwich and simple grilled cheese done on challah bread. Otherwise it’s all about the pastrami, lox, and those proprietary bagels made off-site by a bakery in Los Angeles. The full menu is below.

Wexler’s Deli opens today at the Westfield Century City mall, keeping daily hours from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Wexler’s Deli Century City
10250 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA

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