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During a stroll along Pico near Robertson on a typical Saturday, the usually lively street seems strangely deserted. There are families visiting each other's homes or walking to and from shul, but aside from a handful of Thai and Chinese restaurants, a diner, a deli and a drugstore, most of the shops are shuttered. Of course: It's shabbos, the day of rest for observant Jews, who...
Dear Mr. Gold:
My son would like to go a kosher restaurant for his birthday. Do you have any recommendations?
The local universe of kosher dining is better than it used to be, when nine-tenths of my meals with observant friends were at the Pico Kosher Deli, but there still may not be the broad range...
Question: When I lived in New York, I would sometimes schlep out to Jay & Lloyd’s, what I think may be the best delicatessen in the five boroughs, for its version of the Catskills classic RPG: roast pork on garlic bread with duck sauce. Jay & Lloyd’s is kosher, so the sandwich was made with roast veal instead of pork, I believe. Very delicious. But the sandwich...
Ah! The menu is an encyclopedia! So many/too many options! Coming here hungry is both a good idea, and a bad idea; you'll find something you want to eat, but it may take you an hour to decide exactly what that is.Read Full Review
I love their sandwiches... their huge! But you can get half orders!Read Full Review
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