Lamed Vav, a new upscale French-American Restaurant is now open in Great Neck, NY. Named for the 36 tzaddikim that exist in every generation (Lamed Vav is 36 in the Hebrew alphabet), it will be the only French-American kosher steakhouse in the area, replacing the now closed Bistro Grill. The owner, Alex Levine, who also owns Brasserie HaLevi in the Five Towns, says he aims to “elevate kosher cuisine” in the Great Neck area. He will also be opening a bakery called Levine Patisserie and Cafe on Middle Neck Road.
Conveniently, Lamed Vav is conveniently located across the street from the Great Neck LIRR station!
Lamed Vav is under the hashgacha of the Va’ad HaRabbonim of Queens
Source: Great Kosher Restaurants
[…] for a few weeks now during their soft launch period, new Great Neck steakhouse, Lamed Vav, is officially launching their grand opening on Monday (Nov […]