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RESTAURANTS


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   [th]RESTAURANT NAME[/th]
   [th]Rating[/th]
   [th]Description[/th]
   [th]Area - Address [/th]
   [th]Supervision[/th]
Tierra Sur At Herzog Winery in Oxnard 5/5 stars-The menu here is constantly changing but is always amazing.  The flavors you will try here are unlike any you will get at another kosher restaurant in the world.
Oxnard -

   
La Gondola4.5/5 stars
-Avocado eggrolls to die for (I had it and I didn't like it
 I can't eat Avocado when it's warm, I'm sure others can't too-Sillypainter).  Great Bread with garlic margarine on the house(agree-Sillypainter) Great Gondola Burger special for lunch with excellent pasta or a soup.  And the Chai Steak with Carmelized Steak Sauce and arguably the best kosher ribs out there.   I'm getting hungry thinking about this place!
Pico

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Shiloh's4/5 stars
-Great baby back ribs and peppercorn steak.  They serve steaks with a number of dipping sauces which is pretty cool.  Also had some delicious key lime pie.
I did have a bad experience here with really bad food though...and service can be poor here as well.
Beverly Hills Thai4/5 stars-It can get very crowded so it's best to make a reservation in advance.
Jeff's 3.5/5 stars-Homemade onion rings, homemade sausages, Steak Sandwich, Western burger, lots of good and greasy stuff here.
PKD (Pico Kosher Deli)3.5/5 stars
-Excellent Deli-style food along with equally good homemade onion rings. No Reservations, but rarely more than a few minute wait. closes at 9 PM.
Pat's3/5 stars
-Either you love this upscale steakhouse or you hate it.  I used to hate it until my brother became good friends with the bartender.  Now when I go back with him we're treated to a feast for a king! Don't miss the bread pudding dessert!
Shanghai2.5/5 stars
-LA hasn't had very good Chinese since Sholom Cuisine closed.  This place is decent though.
Harissa4/5 stars-Home of the LA-famous pretzle challah! They offer Middle Eastern/Mediterranean/North African cuisine.  They have lots of seating and long hours.


1. Tierra Sur At Herzog Winery in Oxnard
5/5 stars
-The menu here is constantly changing but is always amazing.  The flavors you will try here are unlike any you will get at another kosher restaurant in the world.

2. La Gondola
4.5/5 stars
-Avocado eggrolls to die for (I had it and I didn't like it
 I can't eat Avocado when it's warm, I'm sure others can't too-Sillypainter).  Great Bread with garlic margarine on the house(agree-Sillypainter) Great Gondola Burger special for lunch with excellent pasta or a soup.  And the Chai Steak with Carmelized Steak Sauce and arguably the best kosher ribs out there.   I'm getting hungry thinking about this place!

3. Shiloh's
4/5 stars
-Great baby back ribs and peppercorn steak.  They serve steaks with a number of dipping sauces which is pretty cool.  Also had some delicious key lime pie.
I did have a bad experience here with really bad food though...and service can be poor here as well.

4. Beverly Hills Thai
4/5 stars
-It can get very crowded so it's best to make a reservation in advance.

5. Jeff's
3.5/5 stars
-Homemade onion rings, homemade sausages, Steak Sandwich, Western burger, lots of good and greasy stuff here.

6. PKD (Pico Kosher Deli)
3.5/5 stars
-Excellent Deli-style food along with equally good homemade onion rings. No Reservations, but rarely more than a few minute wait. closes at 9 PM.

7. Pat's
3/5 stars
-Either you love this upscale steakhouse or you hate it.  I used to hate it until my brother became good friends with the bartender.  Now when I go back with him we're treated to a feast for a king! Don't miss the bread pudding dessert!

8. Shanghai
2.5/5 stars
-LA hasn't had very good Chinese since Sholom Cuisine closed.  This place is decent though.

9. Harissa
4/5 stars
-Home of the LA-famous pretzle challah! They offer Middle Eastern/Mediterranean/North African cuisine.  They have lots of seating and long hours.

Milk/Parve:

1. Fish Grill
4.5/5 stars
-The best fish you'll ever have, period.  I'm not such a fish person, but their Grilled Salmon on Angel Hair Pasta with a huge order of well-seasoned fries...YUM! Get the grilled salmon sandwich.

2. Milky Way Reopened, brand new place worth a visit
4/5 stars
-Steven Spielberg's adorable mom will come shmooze with you and show you his movie posters in the back.  Cheeze blintzes and lemon tart are awesome. Chimichangas, potato latkes, and more all at prices that haven't been raised in decades.

3. Pizza Nosh (Agoura Hills)
4/5 stars
-Excellent pizza and Eggplant Parmesean, worth a stop if you're in the area.

4. Pizza Mayven
4/5 stars
-Good plain pizza and excellent fries, and that's about it.

5. Nagila Pizza
3/5 stars
-Good but pricey stuffed crust pizza, and that's about it. There are some big fans of their Naco's out there as well.

6. Trattoria Natalie
4.5/5 stars
-A trattoria is translated from Italian as a tavern, and that's what this restaurant feels like.  They have a cool on-table feature: its a paging device with three bottons.  One botton calls for water, the other for the bill, the last for a waiter.  The food is very good and prices not too expensive.

7. Meshuga for Sushi/Meshuga for Sushi 2
4/5
-With 3 locations (one in La Brea, one in Pico, and one in the valley), they offer great sushi at reasonable prices.  They have some space to eat in the restaurant.  They have long hours and a decent lunch menu.


IF you eat non-CY:
-Sweet Rose Creamery, on Beverly is Kosher and considered some of the best ice cream in LA by foodies http://www.sweetrosecreamery.com/, usually have 4 or 5 non dairy flavors
-Toppings Frozen Yogurt 349 S Robertson Blvd, good frozen yogurt, usually have a non dairy flavor or two


If you eat CY:
-Milky's at 1429 S Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035 recently became kosher and is cholov yisrael.

Breakfast/Bakery:
1. Cafe Elite
4.5/5 stars
-Amazing cake/crumb donuts along with your usual breakfast food.

2. Schwartz Bakery/Circa NY
4/5 stars
-A great but expensive bakery.  The crumb cheese danish is a personal favorite, as is their wonderful Caramel cake and "kit kat" chocolate rice crispy bars.
They also now serve breakfast in their Pico and Fairfax location.  I had the combo Pancake+Waffle+Franch Toast meal with fruit salad that was very good.
On friday's only they sell raspberry cheese pockets - they always sell out of them early.

3. La Brea Bagel
3/5 stars
-Very good bagels with all kinds of toppings and other breakfast food.

4. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf - 7235 Beverly Blvd
4/5 stars
-The only coffee bean in LA that has Cholov Yisroel upon request and offers 3 Pas Yisroel bakery items from Delice; Chocolate Almond croissant, Custard twist, and chocolate croissant - also upon request.


SHABBOS TAKE OUT OPTIONS

1. Ralph's - both the Pico and La Brea locations have a kosher section with takeout
2. PKD: http://www.pkdla.com/soon.htm
3. Western Kosher on Pico: http://www.orderstart.com/westernkosher
4. Lieders La Brea: 129 N La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036
5. Lieders Takeout, 8721 W. Pico Blvd, supposed to be excellent, check FB page for hours, (Shabbos Food LA: http://www.shabbosfoodla.com/)
6. Ariel's glatt has a nice selection - NE corner of La Brea and Beverly
7. Got Kosher has very ethnic style shabbat take out- lots of Moroccan food.
8. Elite Cuisine on La Brea/Detroit and Beverly has some nice options and the staff is really nice.


ATTRACTIONS

Attractions for the first time visitor (in no particular order):

1. Santa Monica (Pier, 3rd St. Promenade)
2. Hiking (Santa Monica Mountains, Hollywood Hills)(list of hikes sortable by distance)
3. Theme parks (Universal, Disneyland, Knotts, Six Flags Magic Mountain)
4. Beaches (Venice and Santa Monica are the most popular; Hermosa and Manhattan are the prettiest, Marina del Rey is the emptiest as it's in a residential area)
5. City Sites (The Grove, Hollywood & Highland Blvd, Rodeo Dr/Beverly Hills, Beverly Center)
6. Segway tours with www.segwow.com (tours are available in various locations)
7. TV Show Filmings (get free tickets to local TV shows being filmed) www.tvtix.com
8. Getty Center and Getty Villa.
9. Warner Bros Studio Tour
10. Mulholland Drive in Burbank (view of LA and the Hollywood sign)
11. Marina Del Ray Sportfishing or Whale watching (sometimes on groupon)
12. Griffith Observatory- Driveable Scenic View
13. LA Zoo

Attractions for the experienced visitor:

1. Santa Barbara, 2 hours north (40 min from Tierra Sur)
2. San Diego/ Coronado, 2 hours south
3. Big Bear/ Lake Arrowhead, 2 hours east
4. Hiking in the Santa Monica Mountains.
5. Secret Stairs by Charles Fleming- check out the book
6. Hollywood Bowl
7. Descanso Gardens and Huntington Library and Gardens
8. Calico ghost town, 2 hours east
9. OC County fair (July 12-Aug 11 2013)
10. Adamson House in Malibu
11. Griffith Park - Merry-go-round, Pony Rides, & wagon rides for kids, Horseback Riding for older children.
12. The Queen Mary. Out of commission passenger and WWII ship. Is currently a museum, and a hotel. You can explore the ship or stroll along the empty decks at midnight (closed to tours at night, but open to hotel guests) with a great view of the Long Beach Harbor. 45 minutes south of L.A.

This is a general list.  I can go into specifics if you're interested. HT: Yehoshua

Hotels within walking distance of shuls (under 2 mi.)

Pico
1. Mr. C (closest YOLA)
2. SLS
3. Residence Inn by Marriott (closest to Adas Torah or YICC)
4. Beverly Hills Marriott (closest to Adas Torah or YICC)
5. Best Western Plus Carlyle Inn (closest to Torat Chaim or Anshe Emes)
6. Intercontinental Century City (closest to YOLA)

Hancock Park
116northfuller.com
116northfuller.com - in the heart of Hancock Park / La Brea area. 5 minute walk to many shuls. 4 bedroom house with full kosher kitchen, hot plate, everything you need for shabbos.

Other areas
1. Andaz West Hollywood
2. W Westwood
3. Four Seasons, Beverly Hills
4. L'Ermitage


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HT: Dan

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Re: Los Angeles Master Thread
« Reply #180 on: December 20, 2010, 07:54:50 AM »
also, we're gonna want to do the restaraunt scene, maybe universal one day, some sightseeing, whatever.  is it in a decent location relative to that kind of stuff?
Yes AFAIK actually it is very close to both the pico robertson area (which has lots of kosher food) as well it is pretty close to north hollywood which also has lots of kosher food. It is a little farther away from universal then then north holly wood but a much nicer area in my opinion 

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« Reply #181 on: December 20, 2010, 08:07:33 AM »
beverly hills is not close to the valley afaik. besides the point that he mentioned visiting la

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« Reply #182 on: December 20, 2010, 08:15:59 AM »
beverly hills is not close to the valley afaik. besides the point that he mentioned visiting la
its about a 15 minute drive (depending on where in beverly hills you are) AFAIR (r being remember)

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« Reply #183 on: December 20, 2010, 08:24:12 AM »
really? maybe at 2 am, and still a big maybe. besides someone who is visiting la would be out of his mind to start going to the valley

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« Reply #184 on: December 20, 2010, 09:12:47 AM »
really? maybe at 2 am, and still a big maybe. besides someone who is visiting la would be out of his mind to start going to the valley
first of all north holly wood is a thriving frum community really nice place. Second of all if you take the canyon (either one) it shouldnt take you more then 20 minutes to get to the valley any time of day. Thirdly, it is close to universal which is where this guy would like to visit

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« Reply #185 on: December 20, 2010, 09:21:18 AM »
like i said, if someones visiting la and wants to stay in the valley (even though its close to universal studios), he should get his head checked before the flight

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« Reply #186 on: December 20, 2010, 09:35:53 AM »
it depends on the time of year. the valley can be a nice quiet place, at times.
just during summer stay far away, 'cause it gets boiling.
also they have some nice places to eat there, and there's a very nice frum community.
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« Reply #187 on: December 20, 2010, 09:37:07 AM »
whay not visit atlanta georgia then? again, im talking about visiting la

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« Reply #188 on: December 20, 2010, 01:30:16 PM »
really? maybe at 2 am, and still a big maybe. besides someone who is visiting la would be out of his mind to start going to the valley
ok spoke to a friend from la said its 20 minutes max

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« Reply #189 on: December 20, 2010, 02:12:26 PM »
to set the record straight.  Valley is abt 8-10 miles from la - abt 15-20 min w/o traffic, but more like 30-40 in rush hour. Beverly hills is prob 4-5 miles away, 10-15 min w/o traffic, but can be 20-30 min in the afternoon in traffic

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« Reply #190 on: December 20, 2010, 02:15:46 PM »
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« Reply #192 on: December 21, 2010, 10:04:17 AM »
to set the record straight.  Valley is abt 8-10 miles from la - abt 15-20 min w/o traffic, but more like 30-40 in rush hour. Beverly hills is prob 4-5 miles away, 10-15 min w/o traffic, but can be 20-30 min in the afternoon in traffic
It also depends to where.
La Brea/Beverly restaurants will be closer to the Valley than Pico/Robertson.

Personally I think the Westin LAX is a good value at a SPG cat. 2.  But you can probably do better on priceline in a better location.  Either way I wouldn't stat in the valley.
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« Reply #193 on: December 21, 2010, 12:57:19 PM »
It also depends to where.
La Brea/Beverly restaurants will be closer to the Valley than Pico/Robertson.

Personally I think the Westin LAX is a good value at a SPG cat. 2.  But you can probably do better on priceline in a better location.  Either way I wouldn't stat in the valley.
not necessarily. during rush hour, no way.
also which restaurants are you referring to? elite cuisine and la brea bagel?

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« Reply #194 on: December 21, 2010, 06:53:26 PM »
not necessarily. during rush hour, no way.
also which restaurants are you referring to? elite cuisine and la brea bagel?
How so? North Hollywood to La Brea is a straight shot up the 101 (19-35 minutes according to google)


Pico/Robertson area is 29-45 minutes.

Elite Cuisine, bleh.
But Cafe Elite and La Brea Bagel are fine breakfast choices on Beverly/La Brea and Pizza Mayven is pretty good as well, although LA pizza stores generally leave much to be desired.
And of course Fish Grill, they have other locations as well, but I've only been to the Beverly location.
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« Reply #195 on: December 21, 2010, 08:35:20 PM »
for the record, and for those who actually know what the valley is like, and didn't just hear from someone...the valley is quite happening. Not as new yorkish as the city, thankfully, but there are plenty of restaurants in the valley, and as Dan said, both during rush hour and not during rush hour la brea is closer to the valley than beverly hills or pico robertson. There are several great malls, the frum community is just as big as any one area in the city, it is also warmer in the winter, and less traffic, there are a few nice golf courses, shooting ranges (both things that are hard to find at a decent price in the city). I've lived in la for 26 years and have "lived" in both the valley and the city...please don't listen to members just because they have more stars by their name..

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« Reply #196 on: December 21, 2010, 08:42:17 PM »
The valley is a great place to live I'm sure.  Less traffic and cheaper housing.  But there is less for tourists to do.

Although I do like the Americana at Brand outdoor mall in Glendale.
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« Reply #197 on: December 21, 2010, 09:02:25 PM »
Ya..both great malls...the city is a great place for tourists to visit. A 15 min drive is close enough, and in my opinion worth staying somewhere peaceful, and easier to get around.  And universal is the probably the best medium-basically half-way between the frum valley and hancock park (la brea area)..also obviously right next to universal studios, universal city (great night activity), and also closer to glendale (malls).  Its also, closer to burbank area where u can find Fry's electronics (fun store), burbank airport (great place to fly into on Jetblue), and is right off the highway so easy access...only thing is, I am not huge fan of any of the hotels there (unless they have renovated in the last 5 years)....and as side point, the frum valley (north hollywood) is closer to disneyland!!...it is also closer to the closest outlet mall in the area, Camarillo.  So for a true tourist, the valley is probably the better option. For those too attached to New york, I would definitely recommend the city.

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« Reply #198 on: December 21, 2010, 09:56:57 PM »
it is also closer to the closest outlet mall in the area, Camarillo.
And Tierra Sur at Herzog Winery in Oxnard and Pizza Nosh in Agoura Hills.

Still I would recommend staying at LAX (SPG or priceline) or the Beverly Hills - West Hollywood region on priceline.
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« Reply #199 on: December 21, 2010, 10:21:07 PM »
I agree. if you need the nice hotel and want good attractions nearby, then your best bet is beverly hills or LAX.  Unfortunately, the frum area of the valley is severely lacking in nice hotels..or any hotels for that matter.  People not interested in staying at someone house for shabbos in the valley, have a hardd time with the fact that there are no hotels nearby...guess its like that in many communities...