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Judd’s Memphis Kitchen Partnering with Holy Rollers Cart for Kosher NYC Pop-Up this Week and Beyond

Partnering with the Holy Rollers kosher cart that is temporarily off the streets of Manhattan, Judd’s Memphis Kitchen, is a Brooklyn based kosher BBQ private caterer looking to bring his food to the masses. The combined entity will be known as Judd’s Holy Rollers.

judds-memphis-kitchen-holy-rollers-kosher-platterWith its first pop-ups this Thursday (starting at 6:30pm) and Motzei Shabbat (90 minutes after Shabbat) on the UWS (on or near the corner of W81st st & Amsterdam Ave, based on restrictions), kosher customers can enjoy one of Judd’s unique items:

  1. Judd’s famous Memphis Burgers topped with his smoked pulled beef $16
  2. The Beale Street Bowl – pulled beef with baked beans and Dipsy Doodles corn chips $12
  3. Corn on the Cob with a basil marrow butter $6
  4. Hot Dog – a classic $5
  5. Hot Dog topped with pulled beef $7

The cart will remain open until they sell out.

Assuming these pop-ups go well, expect more pop-ups from this kosher cart on the streets of NYC, and likely a return to weekday lunches in midtown.


Judd’s is under the kosher supervision of Rabbi Shmuel Dovid Beck.





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