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Madison Square Garden to (FINALLY) Serve Kosher Food at Knicks & Rangers Games

The world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden, has thousands of kosher keeping fans attending its Knicks (well maybe not this year) and Rangers games, yet has yet to offer any sort of kosher fare in the arena … until now. It has been confirmed that Carlos & Gabby’s will be operating Kosher stands within […]

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Occupied by #OWS, Milk Street Cafe on Wall St. Needs Our Patronage

The Occupy Wall Street (#OWS) movement is now running on its 7th week of mass protests in lower Manhattan. While the crowds are fighting for better wages, jobs, and other economic issues, one of their unintended casualties has been a local Kosher restaurant: Milk Street Cafe, located on Wall Street, and just opened this summer […]

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Grand Opening of Sushein (1st Kosher Conveyor Belt Sushi Restaurant) in NYC [Review]

Click here for: Restaurant Info Sushein is a brand new Kosher sushi restaurant officially opening today in downtown Manhattan (NYC) near City Hall. What makes Sushein unique is that they are the 1st kosher sushi restaurant in the U.S. to have a conveyor belt in the restaurant deliver sushi to its patrons. I have seen […]

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Kosher Fresh Diet Express Invades NYC with its New Food Truck

In the past month, a new Kosher Food Truck hit NYC. The former Quick Stop Kosher truck was purchased by the “Kosher Fresh Diet” and is now “The Kosher Fresh Diet Express“, serving kosher observant New Yorkers. Fare being sold includes sandwiches, wraps, salads, as well as healthy breakfast and dinner entrees, found only on […]

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16 Handles Frozen Yogurt Expanding Along the East Coast

On Monday night at around 10PM, I passed 16 Handles Frozen Yogurt at 2nd Avenue and East 81st Street. It was 37 degrees outside and the place was packed. Contrast that to the also open, but empty, Pinkberry across the street.

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Kosher Deals in NYC: Bagels in NYC, Pizza in West Hempstead

Click on the DEAL to purchase it! Books & Bagels – Manhattan — 50% off Spend $5, Get $10 worth of Food Deal expires Midnight tonight! Books and Bagels is under strict supervision of Chabad Lubavitch of Gramercy Park, Rabbi Naftali Rotenstreich. Chalav Yisrael/Pas Yisrael. www.nycbooksandbagels.com 121 West 19th Street New York, NY 10011 (212) […]

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Downtown Brooklyn, NY – Courthouse Area

Being called for Jury Duty is not fun at all, and to make matters worse you’re there all day. The courthouse is located on 360 Adams Street in downtown Brooklyn and if you search ‘Kosher’ into Google Maps, the only result you will get within a 20 minute walking radius is a closed Pizza shop. […]

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Diverse Flavors Slated for New East Side (NYC) Restaurant – Kolette’s Kitchen

Exciting news for kosher Upper East Siders and those that work in (north) Midtown East … Kolette’s Kitchen at 672 Lexington Avenue (between 55th and 56th Street) is now open and under the supervision of Va’ad HaRabbanim of Queens. It’s menu includes: Middle Eastern Mezze, Deli Sandwiches, as well as Vietnamese Sandwiches – adding some […]

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Vegan Restaurant Spices Up Manhattan – Terri (Review)

Terri is 100% Organic and Vegan (Pareve) and offers a wide range of healthy sandwiches, wraps, fresh smoothies and juices. I’ve tried Terri multiple times already and I can safely say it’s delicious. I recommend the Chickpea “Tuna” Melt, Hummus & Avocado Wrap (which is spicy), and the Beet Salad … although many other dishes […]

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Boston’s Milk Street Cafe Comes to #NYC

New York’s downtown financial district has been lacking from Kosher options recently with the close of Circa, and the close of the Kosher Subway, leaving only 2 other options – not too close to Wall Street. Enter Milk Street Cafe, the only Kosher restaurant in downtown Boston. They will be opening at a large location […]

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Kosher Truck Delights Taste Buds in #NYC – Quick Stop Kosher

Quick Stop Kosher truck , run by Belgian born Ari Thaler, offers a small variety of kosher grub including Paninis, Tuna Sandwiches, Falafel (of Moshe’s Falafel), and of course – Belgian Waffles. There is obviously no address for this kosher eatery, but it can found somewhere in NYC (typically Midtown), and can be tracked down […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in New York, NY

Contributed by Rachael Abrams | Last Date of Travel: January 2010 As a native-Texan I’m used to average Kosher restaurants, a small close-knit Jewish community and the passion to travel outside of Dallas to see other cities. New York is probably my favorite city to visit, not just for it’s liveliness nor it’s real winter […]

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New York, NY >> Focus on Wolf & Lamb Steakhouse

Wolf & Lamb Steakhouse is a classy kosher meat restaurant in the Diamond District of Midtown Manhattan. They have delicious steaks, tantalizing burgers, and other unique dishes to make your mouth salivate. Dani Klein from http://yeahthatskosher.com checks out kosher restaurants for Jewish Travel TV. Look out for more videos at Jewish Travel TV: http://JewishTravelTV.com Subscribe […]

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New York, NY >> Focus on NY Lunchbox

NY Lunchbox is a new addition to the kosher scene in midtown Manhattan offering a multitude of dairy options and specials, including wraps, paninis, soups, pasta, and sushi. Check them out at: http://nylunchbox.com/ Dani Klein from http://yeahthatskosher.com checks out kosher restaurants for Jewish Travel TV. Look out for more videos at Jewish Travel TV: http://JewishTravelTV.com […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Downtown Manhattan, NY

Contributed by: Dani Klein  |  Last Date of Travel: January 2009 I am currently serving jury duty for the City of New York. Hopefully, today will be the last day, and I wont get called to sit on trial (I do believe serving as a juror is important, but I do have other things going […]

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Finding Kosher Sushi in NYC

What was once impossible to find, Sushi has become so popular in the Jewish community over the past 15 years, every restaurant wants to get in on the action. Delis, pizzerias, non-Japanese Asian eateries such as Chinese and Thai restaurants, have all jumped on the Sushi bandwagon. When I first tried Sushi over ten years […]

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New in NYC: Maoz & Clubhouse Cafe

Late last month, Arielle and I went to find a late bite to eat on the UWS and found a brand new place that just opened that night: Maoz Vegetarian. The name alone told me entrepreneurial Israelis have invaded the U.S. yet again. We walked in and found an Israeli-run Pareve / Vegetarian falafel place […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Brooklyn, NY

Contributed by: Arielle Singer Klein | Last Date of Travel: [Author grew up in Brooklyn and often visits her parents who live there.] Kosher Info: Ahh Brooklyn the proverbial mecca for the Jewish foodie. Although I no longer live in Brooklyn I still dream about all the myriad food choices that exist some open till […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in New York (Manhattan), NY

Contributed by: Dani Klein | Last Date Visited: [Author lives in New York] Kosher Info: Since Orthodox Jews make up such a large percentage of New York’s population, NYC is probably the easiest city in the world outside of Jerusalem to find Kosher food. Buying Kosher food anywhere in New York is fairly easy. Kosher […]

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