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Downtown Baltimore will be getting a kosher chipotle-style ‘The Daily Special’ at 201 N. Charles St. for a quick bite as soon as Passover ends.
From your Tweets, emails and comments, we knew how much Forward readers loved deli. But your passionate responses to two recent roundups — one on the delis we lost in 2017; the other on delis in unexpected places — overwhelmed us. With such ardent fans, we think Jewish deli, once very clearly on the decline, has a very bright future, whether serving up classic tastes or nouveau twists.
In its first expansion outside NYC, Mile End Deli, the Montreal-inspired phenomenon launched by Noah and Rae Bernamoff in 2010, will open in Nashville late this year.
Walking home from the gym on West 116th Street I spotted Bo’s Bagel’s, a new place I’d heard about recently. Hungry and curious, I stopped in. The shop smelled exactly the way I remember the dearly departed Upper West Side H&H smelling — toasty and yeasty with faint notes of baked sesame and poppy seeds, onion and garlic.
Call it nouveau vegan: As diners demand more healthful options, plant-based cuisine is having a moment — and Jewish chefs are leading the charge. One of the pioneers is Guy Vaknin, whose 5-year-old Beyond Sushi has exploded from a modest counter in Manhattan’s East Village to a five-restaurant chainlet. Days after Vaknin and his wife/business partner, Tali Vaknin, obtained kosher certification for Beyond Sushi, the Forward’s Michael Kaminer caught up with the charismatic, preternaturally calm chef, who was once a finalist on Gordon Ramsay’s “Hell’s Kitchen.”