How 8 beloved Jewish restaurants are trying to stay afloat amid COVID-19.
Nothing in this Chicago deli is made with meat. Or fish. Or dairy. Or any animal products.
This is the Frankenstein of bagels.
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The store denies it.
He chained himself to a cash-filled briefcase labeled “DEBT” at a college graduation.
“It’s hard because of the nostalgia around the traditional ways of doing things.”
“People are eating less meat at home, but when they go out, they want the experience of treating themselves to the best meat they can find.”
Which makes sense, given the hotel’s deeply Jewish history.