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New Kosher Restaurant Review: Supa Coffee, A Cafe for The “Urban Hustler”

In the midst of the third wave coffee movement, coffee shops around Los Angeles are becoming increasingly seen as hipster, pretentious and even intimidating. Supa Coffee, a newly certified kosher coffee shop in the Pico-Robertson neighborhood, seeks to break this…

The Impossible Kosher Cheese Burger

A cheese burger – the quintessential non-Kosher food. And now, it has arrived for the Kosher consumer. In late May, the Impossible Burger received Kosher supervision. The patty is a plant based meat substitute, which the company advertises as tasting,…

Restaurant Review: The Holy Grill, A Truly Spiritual Experience

Photo by Edwin Korouri Six months ago, The Holy Grill ported their popular downtown LA based food truck into a brick and mortar restaurant located on Pico in the heart of what I like to call “Kosher Restaurant Row.” The…

Restaurant Review: Fleishik’s, A Daring New Deli

By Edwin Korouri and Asher Naghi Fleishik’s seeks to bring together the Jewish and the modern under the same roof. The amalgamation of these two worlds is embodied by their tagline, #Geshmak, which is Yiddish for “Delicious” or “Tasty.” While…

An Unorthodox Transfer

“It’s an unorthodox move but I think it’s the right thing to do,” I repeated to my friends who either asked about or questioned my resolution. It wasn’t an easy decision and took significantly longer to choose than I expected,…