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It was a bizarre evening, to say the least. Last Monday night, I made a reservation at the Manhattan kosher steakhouse Prime at the Bentley, for a Thursday night dinner for 22 people — a family surprise birthday dinner for my husband. “Of course,” the hostess chirped into the phone, taking down my information. I received an email confirmation within minutes.
There are some places you’ll almost never find a secular Jew at. Shabbat services. A Richard Spencer rally. NASCAR. The Orthodox section of Crown Heights? Oh, most certainly not. What’s there to like — Chabadniks recruiting you to the yeshivah? A constant sense of aesthetic displacement? Food that way too closely resembles your great-grandmother’s chopped liver?
Food crawls are a great way for tourists and locals alike to experience a city or neighborhood’s unique subculture in all its gastronomic glory, especially in a vibrant foodie community like Chinatown or Little Italy.
A human trafficker has sued the Canadian attorney general because he was allegedly denied kosher meals in prison.
Yesterday, Basil Pizza and Wine Bar — a Crown Heights-based kosher dairy hotspot — was closed for business. But only temporarily.