A hub of Jewish culture, Pico-Robertson is home to many synagogues and religious institutions, including B’nai David-Judea, set in an iconic 1920s movie palace, and the Museum of Tolerance, with exhibits on bigotry and the Holocaust. While largely residential, the district has a busy, walkable center at Pico and S. Robertson boulevards, with dozens of Kosher eateries, including Thai, Mexican, and Chinese cuisines.

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