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New Kosher Food at Brooklyn College: Subsational

Subsational, the classic Brooklyn hot spot for anyone looking for a late-night sandwich, is opening a third location (in addition to their 13th Avenue and Coney Island Avenue locations) at the Hillel at Brooklyn College! Students and faculty will be able to enjoy Subsational’s burgers, sandwiches, wraps and salads without traveling off campus– perfect for […]

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Lucy’s European Cuisine in Austin, TX No Longer Kosher

Unfortunately for the Kosher students at University of Texas, Lucy’s European Cuisine is no longer kosher. Lucy’s was a kosher food trailer that catered to the U of Texas Hillel. For alternative kosher food options in Austin, click here.   Source:

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Kosher Deli and Kosher Dunkin Donuts Coming to Brandeis University

By January 2014, the start of the Spring 2014 semester at Brandeis University, there will not one but two new dining options for Kosher -keeping Brandeis students! The Quiznos on the upper level of the Usdan Student Center will be replaced by a Kosher deli, which the student body voted in favor of building. It has […]

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Kosher Eatery Opens in Tampa, FL

UPDATE 2: We spoke with local Chabad rabbi, Rabbi Uriel Rivkin of the Young Israel of Tampa, and he confirmed that the restaurant DOES NOT have a Orthodox hashgacha. We also called into the restaurant and were not given a clear answer from the owner or manager as to what the “kosher” supervision actually is. […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Lancaster, PA [Amish Country] & at Franklin & Marshall College

Contributed by Dani Klein | Last Date of Travel: July 2010 Kosher Info: Last summer, another couple joined me and my wife for a few days in Amish Country, PA (specifically staying in the city of Lancaster) over the July 4th holiday weekend. In our research, we found that Kosher food would be available, but […]

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Kosher on Campus: Cornell University

Students at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, whose undergraduate population of 13,000 is 20 percent Jewish, are lucky to have plenty of Kosher options right on campus. The main kosher dining hall, 104West!, is run by Cornell Dining and supervised by the Orthodox Union. It is located on Cornell’s west campus, adjacent to the Cornell […]

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Kosher on Campus: CUNY Brooklyn College

Contributed by Dani Klein & Charlie Shrem Brooklyn College is extremely Jew friendly. School is suspended for basically every Yom Tov (not chol hamoed though). I have never come across a situation where I was placed with a scheduling conflict due to my religious observances. Brooklyn College makes every attempt to accommodate the needs of […]

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Kosher on Campus: NYU

New York University / NYU, or locally referred to as NY Jew, is 25% Jewish with about 5,000 Jews on campus. Many of the Yidden at NYU are observant, making this campus ideal for those who keep kosher. On the first floor of the Weinstein Residence Hall at 5 University Place off of E 8th […]

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