Well, not quite, but the closest thing I've seen. I counted 9 different types of feta behind the deli section (Italian, Hungarian among others), a zillion salamis and bolognas (although not one looked kosher), a variety of different cheese ropes, as well as quite the butcher department. I can also safely vouch for the restaurant inside that rivals Elena's. The lule kebobs (chicken and beef) were terrific, and the rice surpassed that of Elena's (not all that hard to do, IMHO). Peaches were .49 a pound, and cherries $1.89 (I think), and comparable in taste to the Highland Park Farmers' Market.
While I wish they carried more kosher products, and I have NOT been to Jon's, I haven't seen a market quite like this in L.A.
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