Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Cow Jumped Over the Moon takes over Prime Grill spot

A couple of years ago we were pleasantly surprised to find an authentic French cafe that just happened to be fully kosher underground in a Rodeo Drive parking garage. A Cow Jumped Over the Moon's new full-service restaurant is now open in the former location of the short-lived kosher steakhouse the Prime Grill in the Rodeo Collection. I haven't tried it, and from the rather formal photos, it seems to specialize in kosher wedding receptions offering enormous pastry shell alligators, but I just thought I'd point out that it might be a good bet for those readers who need to find a kosher restaurant. It's dairy, which means there's no meat, but there's kosher sushi, pizzas and seafood entrees, as well as wine and beer. And the original cafe with crepes, salade nicoise and great French bread is still open in the parking garage.

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