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Get Latkes and Hanukkah Meals at the Best Delis in Los Angeles

Updated for 2023

Happy Hanukkah, Los Angeles! Hanukkah begins the evening of December 7th, 2023 at sundown and lasts for eight nights, during which time it is customary to eat Latkes, or potato pancakes, along with many other traditions, of course. Here’s a list of a few places to get Latkes in Los Angeles and anything else you’d like for your Hanukkah meals this season — other than your own kitchen. 

Many local restaurants prepare delicious options for Hanukkah meals both dine-in and to go, so you can enjoy the experience with your family, wherever you like.

By the way, if you’re planning to make your own latkes and you’re looking for a new recipe, this one from Bon Appétit called “Adam and Maxine’s Famous Latkes” looks very tasty.

Latkes are traditionally served with applesauce and sour cream as sides. And they’re delicious. If you’re looking for Hanukkah Events in Los Angeles, just click over.


Where to get Latkes and Hanukkah Meals To Go in Los Angeles 2023

Hanukkah Specials at catalina kitchen
Terranea Resort
100 Terranea Way, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275

Thursday, December 7, to Friday, December 15, from 5 to 10 p.m. For the eight days and nights of Hanukkah, The Festival of Lights, catalina kitchen will be featuring the following traditional holiday specials: Matzo Ball Soup with carrots, celery and matzo crackers; Sweet Potato Latkes with caramelized onions, tarragon dill cream and chives; Rosemary Roasted Chicken Breast accompanied by warm barley and mushroom and house salad; and Olive Oil Chocolate Cake with blueberry compote.

Brent’s Deli
19565 Parthenia St., Northridge, CA 91324
(818) 886-5679

Brent’s Deli was established in 1967. Since then it has earned much praise and many loyal customers. You’ll find a large menu here and lots of deli items, so if you need more than just latkes, you can do all your shopping here.

Canter’s Deli
419 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 651-2030

This reliable piece of local history, still owned by the Canter family after nearly 80 years, is both a fine old-school Jewish deli and one of LA’s favorite after-hours places. Come here at 2am, and you’re bound to see musicians from all over town who’ve just got off-stage and want to tuck into some blintzes or a stacked pastrami sandwich. Latkes are served with your choice of apple sauce or sour cream. 

Charlie’s Kosher Delicatessen
9124 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035
(310) 271-2472

At Charlie’s Kosher Deli, you’ll find potato latkes as well as a variety of side dishes for your Hanukkah meal. Vegan and vegetarian Latkes are also available. Keep in mind, the deli is rather small and items do sometimes run out due to demand.

Latkes to go, photo courtesy of The Milky Way
Latkes to go, photo courtesy of The Milky Way

The Milky Way
9108 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles 90035

Opened in 1977 by Bernie and Leah (Spielberg) Adler, the Milky Way is a mush-loved kosher restaurant in the City. Their Apple Crisp recipe is a fave of ours, and the Latkes are delish!

Factor’s Famous Deli
9420 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles 90035

Factor’s Famous is celebrating 75 years in business! And they have everything you need for any celebration. From delicatessen favorites to bakery items sure to tempt you, the menu is filled with delicious things to eat.

Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant
704 S. Alvarado, Los Angeles, CA 90057
(213) 483-8050

Operating out of the same storefront it has owned since 1947, this James Beard Award-winning LA eatery has consistently satisfied multiple generations’ worth of hot pastrami cravings — and shows no signs of slowing down. Latkes are served with sour cream or apple sauce.

Linda’s Gourmet Latkes
Multiple locations

These latkes can be shipped to you anywhere in the U.S. (Alaska & Hawaii are just trickier), but if you live in LA, you can stop by one of their locations to pick them up. They’re also sold in many stores in California, including many Whole Foods Markets and Gelson’s Markets. Linda’s also has applesauce and creme fraiche, which will save you a stop.

Linda’s latkes come in original, heart-shaped, gluten-free, sweet potato, vegan, green onion, and artichoke versions as well. These yummy latkes have been featured in the Los Angeles Times as well as O, The Oprah Magazine

Mort and Betty’s
Pop-up Locations Found on their website

Looking for a new twist on traditional foods for the holidays, or anytime? Mort and Betty’s is “Veganizing the Jewish Deli,” offering favorites like lox made from carrots, pastrami made from mushrooms, corned beets, and more. Check out what Chef Megan Tucker has created. See ordering and pick-up instructions online.

Nate ‘n Al’s of Beverly Hills
414 N. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 274-0101

This Beverly Hills institution has latkes and everything else you could want for a Hanukkah gathering — available for take-out or delivery.

Wexler’s Deli
616 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica 90401
317 S. Broadway, Downtown Los Angeles 90013

Known for handcrafting their pastrami and smoked salmon in house, this deli aims for classics and succeeds. With dine-in, takeout, and catering options.

And if you feel like making your own, the LA Times has 18 Latke recipes!

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