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June 29, 1990 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-29

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n display in the win-
dow of David's Deli-
catessen is food
enough for a feast: huge,
plump salamis, platters of
gefilte fish, giant size slices of
cheesecake.
Above the window display,
the lights on the huge out-
door sign, David's Deli-
catessen, blaze as boldly as
those on the theater mar-
quees all around.
David's, a part of the
theater district for over thir-
ty years, is just one of the
Jewish attractions in San
Francisco.
The famous City by the Bay
is a place where Jewish
travelers often leave their
hearts. Besides its cable cars,
its views of mists and hills, its
famous sites like Golden Gate
Bridge, San Francisco also
has an array of Jewish attrac-
tions. They range from a
synagogue with striking ar-
chitecture to a museum of
Jewish art. Fortunately, not
one Jewish site was damaged
by the 1989 earthquake.
A good starting point for a
Jewish tour of San Francisco
is David's deli. This
downtown landmark has all
the staples of a classic deli.
But instead of the bustle and
clatter of a typical New York
style deli, there's a relaxed
Northern California mood.
Sitting at leather booths, the
patrons bite into their bagel
bits — an invention of David's
— and sip their California
kosher wine in leisurely style
as they discuss the theater
performance they've just seen
across the street.
"I really opened the place
by accident," David admits,
stirring his cabbage soup and

.

sitting with a longtime
patron and friend who's been
coming here for 40 years. "I
couldn't find a delicatessen to
my liking in San Francisco.
So I started one of my own."
His deli began as a simple
five-stool counter where
patrons never even got
receipts; they simply lined up
at the cash register and told
David what they'd eaten.
David's has expanded con-
siderably since then, and its
loyal patrons include writers,
actors, theatergoers, politi-
cians and just plain serious
deli eaters.
Lieber's Bookstore at 3240
Geary provides Jewish
nourishment of another sort.
Its merchandise includes
books, Hebrew games, toys
and ketubot designed by local
artists.
A bulletin boad near the en-
trance is crammed with an-
nouncements. The Hebrew
Academy of San Francisco,
the Research Center of Kab-
balah in the San Fernando
Valley, Chabad of Marin
County — are all reminders of
the diversity of Jewish ex-
pression in the bay area.
Not far from Lieber's, the
copper dome of Emanu-El is
visible. This landmark
synagogue at Lake and
Arguello Streets is a mix of
Mediterannean and Califor-
nia styles, an expansive L-
shaped structure of curves
and collonades and archways.
The imposing building,
which even includes an in-
terior patio with fountain, is
far different from the humble
rented hall on Bush Street
where Emanu-El congregants
worshipped when they first
organized in 1850.
At the time, their congrega-
tion numbered fewer than fif-
ty members. Now, their sanc-
tuary seats over 1,200, and

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