The Los Angeles Times’ recent article by Jenn Harris, “In search of perfect pastrami: Your guide to the Jewish delis of Los Angeles,” features a wide range of RC Provisions’ customers:
My life began in the tufted brown leather booth of a deli. In the fall of 1985, my mother went into labor mid-bite through a knackwurst at Nate ’n Al deli in Beverly Hills. I spent my childhood kicking the vinyl booths at Langer’s near MacArthur Park. This is where my father, a real estate broker, eats lunch at least once a week. I’ve been eating the pastrami here since my teeth came in.