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rmgmitz Nov 4, 2008 01:48 PM

My husband and daughter will be in L.A. for a wedding this weekend, but need to fend for themselves for Shabbat. What is the best place to do take-out, assuming that they can't reheat anything in their hotel? Thanks!

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    rmgmitz Nov 8, 2008 02:13 PM

    thanks for all the responses! I ordered for them from Elite; still shabbat over there, so haven't heard how it was yet!

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      trixie49 Nov 7, 2008 12:14 PM

      Probably too late a reply, but there's a new takeout place on Pico called Got Kosher? We had a couple of small things from there the other day, and they were delicious. It just opened in the past month or so. It's next to B'nai David.

      http://www.gotkosherinc.com/temp/

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        Kochav Nov 6, 2008 10:44 AM

        Where are they staying in LA? Depends on if they are in the valley or on the westside.

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          mggn Nov 5, 2008 07:41 AM

          you could also try Kosher on Wheels, they will deliver to the hotel

          http://www.kosheronwheels.com/

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            Himishgal Nov 4, 2008 05:21 PM

            You could try Elite Cuisine on Beverly Blvd.
            http://www.elitecuisine.com/shabbatta...
            or Pico Kosher Deli's take out

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              cheesecake17 Nov 4, 2008 03:11 PM

              I did that about two years ago and everything worked out perfectly. We got chicken schintzel and rice from Chick N Chow. (pretty sure that's the name). We also got roasted vegetables, israeli salad, and pickles from there. It's a restaurant during the week, but on Fridays everything is put out buffet style and is priced by the pound. They also had a large selection of traditional Ashkenaz foods. (Sorry I cant tell you exactly what, but I'm not Ashkenaz and kugel is about all I know)

              We also went to the Pico Glatt Market (supermarket with a takeout section) and got rye bread, turkey, pastrami, more salads, and hummus for Shabbat lunch. We also bought some apples, and a small case of Pellegrino. Their appetizing and grocery selection looked good, but the takeout didn't appeal to me.

              At the hotel, we asked for the minifridge to be emptied. The manager assumed that it was to store medication, so he brought us a larger fridge and didn't charge us.

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