A Virtually Nosh and Stroll Tour of New York

On Sunday morning, a crew of folks who were bundled up and ready to learn (and eat) gathered for the Eldridge Museum’s Passover Nosh and Stroll. Amy Steinmilford and Hanna Griff-Sleven co-led the tour, which included stops at historical Jewish buildings and favorite food artisans around New York’s Lower East Side.

Scroll over the pictures below for a virtual tour.

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