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Finding Kosher Eats on Parade Day in NYC: Celebrate Israel Parade 2022

Marchers at the Israel Day Parade in NYC

The Celebrate Israel Parade is finally back this year after a two-year pandemic warranted hiatus. The spectacular event is scheduled for Sunday, May 22nd, and will bring thousands of Jews from around the country to the heart of New York City. As the day progresses, many parade-goers will surely grow hungry, which is exactly where this list comes in.

Below you’ll find a list of restaurants within approximately +/- 10 blocks of the parade route, including casual and higher-end eats. Please share this list with all of your parade attending friends!

Grill Point
Patis Bakery
  • Abaita
    • A classy upscale dairy eatery
    • 145 East 49th St
  • Anita Gelato
    • An Israel style high-end ice cream parlor
    • 1561 2nd Ave
  • Bagels n’ Co
    • A casual bagel and pizza shop
    • 1428 York Ave
  • Eighteen Restaurant
    • A high-end meat restaurant with lots of variety
    • 240 East 81st St
  • Grill Point
    • Moderately priced eatery with Israeli cuisine
    • 1215 Lexington Ave
  • Hummus Kitchen
    • A classic hummusia with meat and vegetarian options
    • 1613 2nd Ave
  • Jerusalem Cafe
    • Formerly known as J2 on Broadway, this Pizzeria serves a bit of everything
    • 7 W 36th St
  • Mike’s Bistro
    • An upscale Midtown steakhouse
    • 127 East 54th St
  • Noi Due Pizza
    • This pizzeria is just across the park, a great option to get away from the parade crowds
    • 143 West 69th St
  • Original Pita Grill
    • A Middle Eastern restaurant with sushi options
    • 1083 2nd Ave
  • Patis Bakery
    • Located on the Upper East and West Side, this beautiful bakery serves savory and sweet dishes
    • 1311 Lexington Ave & 2178 Broadway
  • Rothschild TLV
    • Modern upscale take on Israeli cuisine
    • 1129 Lexington Ave
  • Saba’s Pizza
    • A casual pizzeria on the Upper East Side
    • 1217 Lexington Ave
  • Sen Sakana
    • This new Nikkei cuisine restaurant is unique in the city
    • 28 W 44th St
  • The Shuk at the Edmond J. Safra Synagogue
    • A parade day popup right beside the parade route with food and activities
    • 11 East 63rd St
  • UN Plaza Grill
    • Upscale beautiful restaurant on the East Side
    • 845 United Nations Plaza