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How to get Philippe’s French dip sandwiches delivered. Seriously.

Philippe has been making its classic sandwiches for years. Now, you can have them delivered.
Philippe has been making its classic sandwiches for years. Now, you can have them delivered.
(Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times )
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You’re at your desk. It’s noon. And all you want to do is dig into a Philippe’s French dip sandwich and get a little jus on your keyboard. Now, you can actually make it happen — if you live or work within a five-mile radius of Philippe the Original, the century-plus-old institution in downtown Los Angeles.

The restaurant, which claims to be the birthplace of the French dip sandwich, has been around since 1908. It recently partnered with Caviar, a local food delivery service. So, starting immediately, you can get your French dip delivered. Translation: no lines.

In addition to the sandwich — which you can get with beef, ham, pork, turkey, lamb or pastrami — you can order soup, sides and pie. Pie! And do not forget to request some of the restaurant’s this-hurts-but-it’s-so-good spicy mustard.

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Delivery is available daily 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. The delivery fee ranges from free to $5.99, depending on your distance from the restaurant.

You can download the free Caviar delivery app for Android or iPhone.

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