Dining Out

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Tsion Cafe. Courtesy Tsion Cafe

At Tsion Cafe in Harlem, diners have menu options ranging from Ful, a fava bean dish from Egypt, to Firfir, an Ethiopian onion stew. Chef Beejy Barhany was born in Ethiopia, grew up in Israel, and...

9/2/2016
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Katsuji Tanabe at Masbia. Facebok: Masbia Soup Kitchen Network

Chop Hunger, an upcoming culinary evening featuring a cook-off event modelled on the TV show "Chopped" promises to “push the limits of kosher cooking.” The event will include Farmer Lee Jones of...

9/2/2016
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Chef Mark Hennessey. Courtesy Martine Meirelles/ Le Marais

How did an Irish-Italian chef shake up the kosher fine dining world? The answer, along with delicious recipes and delectable anecdotes, is found in the new cookbook Le Marais: A Rare Steakhouse-...

9/1/2016
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Custom Poke Bowl. Courtesy Koshe Poke

Kosher New Yorkers can finally get in on the poke craze thanks to Koshe Poke, a new venture housed in Midtown’s Eden Wok restaurant.

8/31/2016
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As the school year fast approaches, incoming freshman at colleges across the city are sure to be nervous about a myriad of things: making new friends, taking classes, and (gasp!) doing laundry....

8/30/2016
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Iconic Jewish appetizing landmark will serve as ground floor of the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

2/2/2016
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A new book 'Pastrami on Rye' delves into deli culture, history and its layered connection to Jewish identity.

2/1/2016
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A new eatery in Riverdale offers an airy space, seasonal cuisine and Stumptown.

12/30/2015
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Israeli meets Spanish; deli meets Japanese: It's all about 'Jewish-slash-something else' restaurants.

12/21/2015