Twenty Six by Shiloh to Open on Pico's Kosher Corridor
The "kosher corridor" along Pico Boulevard near Robertson, which has seen more new restaurants in the past couple years than it had probably seen in the previous decade, gets another addition in Twenty-Six by Shiloh. Set to open at 4 p.m. on December 16th (despite what the sign says), this is an upscale, dairy (read: vegetarian) restaurant featuring Glatt kosher food under Kehila supervision.
The menu, created by Chef Katz, who's also the chef at nearby Shiloh's Kosher Restaurant, just a few blocks west, features homemade pastas, wood-fired pizzas and other broadly European fare.
TwentySix -- or Twenty-Six or Twenty Six or 26, we're not entirely sure -- takes over the former Thai House space.
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