A Lower East side Jewish food landmark is reopening with an augmented menu after closing five months ago for $500,000 worth of renovations.
Move was in reaction to a BDS attempt to boycott the Israeli firm SodaStream.
Iconic Jewish appetizing landmark will serve as ground floor of the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
A new eatery in Riverdale offers an airy space, seasonal cuisine and Stumptown.
Li-Lac, Manhattan’s oldest chocolate shop, offers scrumptious old-school chocolates – all kosher.
Or maybe BDS never left the Park Slope Food Coop, the member-run Brooklyn grocery store that in 2012 debated whether or not to join the BDS movement.
Kosherfest: It's Shabbat kiddush on steroids.
A native Brooklynite and Jewish foodie reviews a new book that catalogue’s the borough’s artisanal goodies.
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