Eastside Market

1013 Alpine St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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Customer Reviews (9 reviews)

Michael Fran

on Citysearch Oct 31, 2009
You know the moment you're in a place with (only) cops and construction workers that you've landed somewhere good. Wait in the line and get the #7. Do it. You're ordering roast beef that's been soaking in au jois, piled... (more)


on Citysearch May 25, 2009
Food is awesome, especially the hot sandwiches. Try the combo special if you are up to it...meatball, pastrami, roast beef and Italian sausage. Oh, I can taste it just writing about it, trust me, get lots of napkins... (more)

bob b

on Yahoo Dec 15, 2008
The best pastromi ever, it is worth the drive, when you order ask for the marrinara. (more)


on Yahoo Sep 24, 2008
This is the best kept secret in the area. Been going since I was 6 and at 24, still a weekly spot for my friends and I. Come hungry and early. Same people, same food, just longer lines.... (more)


on Citysearch Jul 16, 2008
Excellent food such as lasagna, Italian salad, meatballs and Italian sauage. I am stuffed now with the most delicious Italian food I ever tasted. (more)

a Yahoo! Local User

on Yahoo Jul 31, 2006
mmmmmmm #7: That number 7 sandwich is awesome, the portions are huge too. (more)

a Yahoo! Local User

on Yahoo Sep 12, 2005
it was my first visit and it won't be my last.: My son took me there for lunch on my birthday. He had mentioned it to me in the past about how good it was. Well now i know why he raves about it because the sandwiches taste good,... (more)

lorean s.

on Judys Book Sep 02, 2005
this is a great place for sandwiches... i don't usually like to eat sandwiches but i do here. and they have roast beef and pastrami sandwiches. tuesdays and thursdays they serve italian too! we eat lasagnas here...... (more)


on Yahoo May 31, 2005
Absolutely THE BEST hot subs anywhere!!: If you're in the mood for a hot sub, look nowhere else. Located in the out skirts of Chinatown between Downtown L.A., this family owned, former Italian Market turned deli,... (more)

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