love deli, excellent sandwich, very friendly service, great new york style, love bakery, favorite cabbage soup, friendly neighborhood
Juniors is expensive. 18 dollars for a corned beef and pastrami combo sandwich served with cole slaw and two crisp-tendr hush puppies? I guess. It's good, but Jeez. No bargain here.
The corned beef and pastrami combo sandwhich is almost too much meat. It smelled a little gamey--maybe it was the combination of the two meats, or something. Of course the meat was incredibly tender, and enough for two.
The restaurant decor is dated, and that's part of its charm, I guess. But it could use some new carpeting to freshen the place up a bit. And Junior could put on a fresh shirt before he makes the rounds.
The real entertainment is the side show of circus freak seniors here, Hollywood style. These matrons have had plastic surgery. Hair done up and dyed like Ann Miller, dressed to the nines, screaming to each other across the table-- WHAT?! WHAT?! I CAN'T HEAR YOU! The carved faces, sequins, dyed do's and deafness are ripe for a documentary.
Kudos to the overworked waitresses here--terffic service, and didn't bat an eye when we asked for separate checks.
Best in Westwood. Been going to Junior's for over 30 years. It does not have any competitors in the Westwood area. You won't be disappointed.
The Westside's best deli...far and away. Homemade soups, chopped liver, sandwiches that are meal , entrees and wonderful baked in the restaurant deserts. Take out and catering. What else could you ask for? The cabbage soup is one of my favorites. Creamed herring, eastern lox, and tuna salad are outstanding. Just can't go wrong. Valet parking on the lot right next to the deli.
Excellent sandwich. I had a turkey sandwich that would make you do a backflip. I get it every time I come. I should probably try something else on the menu but I just can't get over their turkey sandwich. Junior's is that good!
Best Jewish Food. I have been coming here since a little girl. The service is very friendly. A little pricey but worth it. The french toast is to die for. I love the bakery and deli.
Free pickles and Great Bread while you hardly wait for your dinner.. Super impressed. The price was a little more than that of a Denny's or Coco's but worth it. There's a parking lot on the side and everything I had was excellent. I really liked how they give you a couple of potato pancakes with your sandwich order. We'll be back for sure!
Westwood's ultimate family deli since 1959--onsite bakery included..
Walk past the vintage (translation: faded) turquoise-colored signage of this brick-and-mortar mainstay, peer through the windows and it becomes clear: You're about to walk back in time. Frozen somewhere between the '50s and '60s, this is the kind of place where folks too old to care about the Internet have been coming since the era of five-and-dimes. Brown vinyl booths, an open kitchen with counter and a fake sky on the ceiling set the scene, while a swift but friendly waitstaff (many of whom have been here for more than 20 years) bring a variety of milk shakes, salads and sandwiches to the hungry masses. Started in 1959 by Marvin Saul--the unofficial Mayor of Westwood Boulevard--the deli is now run by his sons David and Jon who carry on the family tradition. Dad surely must be proud.
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