Jezebel drops some syllables, still brings the kosher goodness for Jew and gentile alike. Some Jewish staples, but more about modern American that won’t get you on your rabbi’s bad side... read more
For those who aren't aware, the term Ladino means "Judeo-Spanish," and that's an important distinction for some diners. Everything that comes out of the kitchen is certified Glatt Kosher. For the r... read more
Mono-focused West Village popsicle shop wisely shuns public school creamsicles for a Continental education: handcrafted gelato on a stick. White-tiled debut of hopeful chain rotates 25 flavors dail... read more
It's a ballsy move by nearby Dhaba chef-owner Shiva Natarajan to open up yet another Indian restaurant in a hood full of competitors, but hey, it's called confidence. And he has every reason to be... read more
Upscale but casual Kosher dining for the intimate, romantic meal or a gathering of old friends. The menu offers your comfort food favorites along with some more refined options. Knock your socks of... read more
If you're one of those "free" diet people, as in meat-free, dairy-free, cooked food-free, this is the place of your dreams, where the cuisine is anything but taste-free. And it's 100% certified kos... read more
Send a brisket to your boy in med school. Also pastrami on rye with a side of Russian, corned beef and tongue combo, chopped liver platter. Riverdale keeps it old school like that. Boring coffee sh... read more
Shalom, ya'll! Family restaurant versatile enough to cover traditional bbq ribs and chicken, plus a real-deal sushi bar, and keep it all within kosher confines. Signature wings and burgers, tasty h... read more
Classic deli staples like just-bitter-enough pickles, hefty potato pancakes, and decadent chopped liver operating at a level a step above the rest. New location a bit of a tight squeeze, but indulg... read more
Taim is the Hebrew word for delicious, and nobody but its competitors would claim that this spinoff of the Waverly Place institution is misnamed. Signature falafel comes in three styles: green, red... read more
Eisenberg's teems with all the brashness, bustle, and flavorful matzoh ball soup you'd want in a Jewish deli, But don't be fooled by the name; beyond the pastrami and chopped liver sandwiches, ther... read more
IN PREVIEW. Classic New York steakhouse serves everything carnivores dream about, from dry-aged rib-eyes and prime ribs to Flintstone-sized T-bones. Unlike other meat joints, seafood doesn't take a... read more
Latest offering from the restaurant group responsible for The Prime Grill and Sòlo continues to expand the horizons of kosher cuisine. Chef Makoto Kameyama brings the steak traditions of Jap... read more
Sleek sibling of The Prime Grill and Prime KO offers upscale New American by Atlanta native and former Top Chef contestant Eli Kirshtein. Get your fingers sticky with Wagyu beef and barbecued short... read more
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Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...
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