Cozy — and Kosher — in New Hampshire

What’s being billed as the first “luxury, year-round” kosher resort has opened in New Hampshire, of all places.

The Arlington Hotel also boasts the “five-star” Birch Bistro, whose offerings even include “a decadent kosher continental breakfast.” Birch’s menu looks pretty middle-of-the-road, but beef tongue crustini [sic] and a pastrami on rye sub sound intriguing.

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The Arlington had operated as a non-kosher hotel for more than 50 years before it was bought last year and renovated. More at YeshivaWorld.

Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward. Contact him at

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