Last Sabbath: Yang Chow

819 N. Broadway

Friday, December 22 | 7:00pm

Home to its famous slippery shrimp, Yang Chow is a family-run staple in Chinatown that was started by a family of five brothers who named the restaurant after their hometown (Yangzhou, a city in Jiangsu, China). Once an old-school diner, the restaurant opened its doors in 1977 and now serves a menu of more than 100 items from Mandarin and Szechuan cuisine

Folks show up at 7:00 pm, and we take a few minutes to say hi, chat. At 7:15 everyone gathers for a quick communal blessing over challah, candles and wine.

 

 




 


PRESS FOR LAST SABBATH: PASTRONOMY 

"Pastrami: The greatest thing since sliced bread" in Jewish Journal *

Critic’s Pick: TimeOut Los Angeles *

* "There’s Going To Be A Pastrami Tour This Weekend" in LAist *

* "The pastrami crawl you need to know about" in Los Angeles Eater *


PICS FROM PASTRONOMY *


Questions about Last Sabbath? email Joel@sijcc.net 

 


 

Photos from previous Last Sabbaths!