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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Fleishik's Sandwiches, Nosh & Whiskey

7563 Beverly Blvd. (Curson Ave.) Send to Phone
Hip kosher Jewish eatery from chef Eric Greenspan puts a contemporary spin on traditional deli sandwiches. There's whiskey, too.


Open Sun.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. 10 a.m.-1 1/2 hours before sundown, Sat. 1 hour after sundown-12 a.m.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Fleishik's Sandwiches, Nosh & Whiskey, Los Angeles, CA

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Fleishik's Sandwiches, Nosh & Whiskey Restaurant Review

: Chef Eric Greenspan’s hip kosher Jewish eatery adds a culinary spark to Beverly Boulevard. The bright, stylish storefront packs in a lively lunch and dinner crowd (except for Shabbat --- the kosher restaurant is closed sundown to sundown Friday to Saturday). Out front is a sweet patio, especially inviting for a whiskey or two on warm evenings. Greenspan knows the traditional Jewish deli sandwich as intimately as anyone, but his 10 signature sammies here pay homage to the genre while simultaneously interpreting it with fresh Cali ingredients and a modern LA chef’s sensibility. There’s a finger on the pulse of contemporary multicultural Jewish LA as well, with nods to Israeli and other Middle Eastern flavors. The “Bubbe” builds a brisket sandwich with arugula, gribnis (crispy chicken skin), zesty beet horseradish and onions on a savory challah roll. The pastrami sandwich is a “Hot Mess” with homemade 1001 Island dressing, onion rings and a fresh tomato jalapeño relish that kicks it up a notch. Other exceptional sandwiches combine dried salami and fried pickle, and beef fry with deviled egg salad. To nosh, look for well-composed green salads and sides of kugel bites, fried pickles, kasha and tzimmis slaw. Expect a full bar, wine and beer, and even if you’re old school you won’t be disappointed with an elegantly made almond milk chocolate egg cream.

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