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This Old Firehouse In Southern California Has Been Converted Into A Restaurant And It’s Positively Charming

There’s a memorable restaurant in Southern California that wasn’t always a destination eatery. Long before it served up scrumptious plates of comfort food like meatloaf, towering hamburgers, and lip-smacking-good pecan pie, it was a fire station from the early 1900s that served the city of Los Angeles.

Have you ever been to Engine Co. No. 28? It looks like a fun destination that’s filled with tons of history. For more historic SoCal eateries, you should take a look at these 10 iconic delis in Southern California that serve some of the best pastrami sandwiches you’ve ever tasted.

Angela
Angela is the staff writer for Only in Your State - Southern California.