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My long time favorite Deli is Bay Cities Deli in Santa Monica, CA:
There is a photo at the Serious Eats website, but I can't get it to show up without a long list of foods at Bay Cities. The url at Serious Eats shows up shortened. But, hey, https://www.google.com/#q=bay+cities+deli&
A Sandwich a Day: The Godmother at Bay Cities Deli
In Los Angeles, the prevailing sentiment seems to be that the sandwich has gone the way of our beloved La Brea Tar Pit mammoths: only the skeletal remains of the once-proud beasts live on in the tortas and lavash bread concoctions of our ethnic epicenters. Luckily, there's still one demographic with its mitts on the flaky underbelly of Los Angeles's ghost-like sandwich subculture: the Italians. Since 1929, Eastside Market downtown has been serving up otherworldly meatball subs, but the undisputed sandwich king of Los Angeles is, well, actually a queen.
"The Godmother" sandwich from Bay Cities Italian Deli in Santa Monica is a testament to old-world sandwiches still being done right, as the perpetual line in front of the deli counter can attest. Genoa salami, prosciutto, mortadella, coppacola, ham and provolone cheese are all thinly layered inside a crusty length of Italian bread.
Be sure to give it "the works": mayo, mustard, Italian dressing, onions, pickles, tomatoes, lettuce, and a chopped pepper blend that keeps the Godmother zippy when the rest of the concoction threatens to weigh you down. Oh, and feel free to order the large even though a small will suffice; you're sure to be taking the rest home because—as any Angeleno knows—trying to drive to Santa Monica sucks.
Bay Cities Italian Deli
1517 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90401(map)
(310) 395-8279 www.bcdeli.com
Adds, the drive doesn't suck if you live in Santa Monica or Venice.
Also, The Godmother is just one of their many sandwiches.