1312 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002434.056630 -118.442431
Sun, 10am - 5pm; Mon - Thu, 10am - 6pm; Fri, 10am - 4pm; Sat, closed
Neighborhoods: West LA, Westwood
Outstanding quality – The store is beautiful. So many artistic pieces to choose from in all price ranges. Classy merchandise displayed so everything is easy to see. Helpful, kind staff too.
Easy wedding shopping – Before we called them up, we were totally confused when it came to ketubah personalization and the different texts and what kind of calligraphy needed to be done. They were great on the phone with us and they answered all of our questions in a way that it finally made sense, and they showed us their website which had all the information & explanations we needed too.
We went into their actual store for a quick visit and then ended up doing the purchase thru their site. We felt confident that we were being taken care of and our ketubah came out great.
Great website and store! – We needed a ketubah and chuppah for our wedding, so I looked on their website and then came with my fiance to the store. What a pretty place! They were so nice and helpful and showed us so many ketubahs one by one. We picked out a beautiful ketubah and chuppah, and found a silver kiddush cup we loved too. Yes, parking is hard to find so don't forget to park at Borders down the street, and they will validate. We had a great experience with both the website and store!
The people are the best part – I had no idea what to expect when shopping for our Jewish wedding. Tina and the rest of the employees were so great. They answered all of our questions (even though my wife and I had a ton of them.)
The only bad things is that parking in that area can be crazy. We didn't know about their validated parking and parked in the loading zone. Don't do that. The ticket is so expensive.
Aside from that the Gallery is a great place. They really take care of you.
You want a ketubah for your wedding or menorah for Hanukkah? – The answer is yes, yes you do want all of these things.
This store will shock you (in a good way). They have packed into a relatively small space the most beautiful ketubot, menorahs, kiddush cups, and everything else you could possibly imagine.
When I walked through the store, I was so nervous about knocking things over - not because anything was tremendously expensive or placed in an awkward location, but because everything in the store seemed like a unique piece of art that belonged in a museum!
I'm so glad I found this store - it seems like it would be easy to see, being right on Westwood Blvd, but before I walked in I had passed by this gem of a store maybe 100 times. Now I'm a regular, at the very least to walk carefully around the store and look at all the new pieces of art that magically appear on the shelves. I discover something new and wonderful every time I go in.
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