Join us for #LunchBreakLIVE with Rabbi Jonathan Klein, founder of Faith Action For Animals and Executive Director at Beth Chayim Chadashim enjoying the tasty all-vegan restaurant Araya’s Vegetarian Place near Beverly Hills, California. Jonathan will be shedding light on Jewish traditions and Compassionate Kapparot in Los Angeles.
The story behind Araya’s Place is so sweet, I had to share it with you. (taken from Araya’s Place website)
“Araya’s Place is named after our mother. In her days of being young and adventurous, Araya spent time traveling the world and developing a passion for good food. What she learned from her world-wide travels is not only how important the right ingredients and herbs are to food, but how the right company makes good food great. This is a lesson she instilled in her children.
In our family, eating is one of the most important activities in life. In this fast-paced world, the dinner table is the only time we get to spend together. During our meals, we share the everyday experiences that season our life. We eat, we laugh, we share. Come and enjoy life as our family does, one moment and one meal at a time.”
Araya’s Place is the 1st vegan-Thai restaurant in the northwest. They have been open since 1987 and prepare every dish to order. They are proud to provide vegan food by supporting local farms. Everything about Araya’s Place is awesome! The food at Araya’s Place is not only delicious but also beautifully prepared. Works of art! Check out some of the dishes we ordered while visiting.
If you are in Los Angeles (or any of their other locations) Please consider giving Araya’s Place a try! You won’t regret it! Here are the locations:
UWAY 5240 University Way NE.#A Seattle WA 98105 206-524-4332
MADISON 2808 E Madison Seattle WA 98112 206-402-6634
BELLEVE 10246 Main ST Bellevue WA 98004 425-454-2440
LA 8101 1/2 Beverly BLVD Los Angeles CA 90048 323-900-0557