Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles

Neighborhood Dining Sites

Senior Nutrition Program

Monday through Friday, our Senior Nutrition program provides nutritious meals and a chance for socialization to adults age 60+ and their caregivers. Food is prepared by our culinary team at the JFS Hirsh Kosher Kitchen.  Our Hirsh Family Café offers lunch Monday through Friday and Early Bird Dinners two nights a week.  Meals are provided at 17 congregate meal sites and one adult day health care center in Los Angeles.

Senior Nutrition Dining Centers - LA City

Lunch Served ~ Monday thru Friday ~ 11:00 to 1:00
Suggested Donation $2.25

Claude Pepper Senior Center

1762 South La Cienega Boulevard
(310) 204-6707

JFS { Fairfax Café  

**New temporary location

6310 San Vicente Blvd., Ste. 275
(323) 937-5843

Pan Pacific

141 S. Gardner, Los Angeles
(323) 938-8612

Fairfax Senior Center

7929 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles
(323) 653-1824

Pico Wooster Senior Housing

1425 South Wooster, Los Angeles
(310) 276-9322

Palm Apartments

959 North Palm, Los Angeles
(310) 657-0429

Westknoll Apartments

838 North Westknoll, Los Angeles
(310)289-0039

Plummer Park CommUNITY CENTER

7377 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood
(323) 848-6530

jfs { Valley Storefront

12821 Victory Blvd., North Hollywood
(818) 980-2336

Senior Nutrition Dining Centers - Westside

jfs { Felicia mahood senior center

11338 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles
(310) 479-4119

Fairfax Towers

1222 N. Fairfax Ave., West Hollywood
(323) 937-5843

OAKWOOD RECREATION CENTER

767 California Avenue, Venice
(310) 452-7478

japanese institute of sawtelle

2110 Corinth Street, Los Angeles
(310) 479-9605

opica adult day care

11759 Missouri Avenue, Los Angeles
(310) 478-0226

israel levin senior center

201 Ocean Front Walk, Venice
(310) 396-0205


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