Is Zagat Guide Ignoring New York Kosher Restaurants?

Your tax dollars at work: New York City councilman David G. Greenfield is calling on the restaurant-guide giant Zagat to up its coverage of kosher eateries.

The 2017 guide has “none of the delicious kosher dining options” that exist in Brooklyn, Greenfield’s district, he said. It does list eight Big Apple kosher spots this year, including Upper West Side newbie Mexikosher.


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