When kosher deli Pastrami Queen expanded to Times Square’s Pearl Hotel in March, we marveled that Jewish delis had become hot in hospitality — think Mile End Deli at Nashville’s Fairlane and Zobler’s inside London’s Ned hotel.
With the recent opening of Shook in the city’s Entertainment District, Toronto’s gaining traction as a hub of next-generation, Israeli-inspired cuisine. The airy, sprawling Shook joins over-the-top Semitic palace Fat Pasha and industrial-chic Parallel as Hebrew-accented hotspots on the city’s polyglot dining scene. Toronto’s also where Cafe Landwer , the Israeli-owned “Middle Easter diner,” opened its third North American outpost last summer.
As if we needed more reasons to visit - and fress - the dynamic duo of Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook will open three new restaurants in Philadelphia this summer and fall.
Instagram’s most unlikely new star isn’t a twerking pop star or talking cat.
She’s a 79-year-old Holocaust survivor in Great Neck, NY, whose Shabbat-dinner cooking videos have become a viral sensation with a celebrity following.
Can artisan food change a refugee’s life?