I only ate at Manhattan’s old Four Seasons once, but its history - and its place in the firmament of New York City dining - always fascinated me. So I’d heard the names Thomas Margittai and Paul Kovi, who bought the failing restaurant from its original owner in 1973.
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Recently, there’s been a string of anti-Semitic assaults against kosher restaurants in Europe.
It’s a tough job, but somebody’s got to do it. For four years, Toronto-based journalist Jacob Richler’s edited Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants, an annual ranking of fine-dining establishments across the Great White North. To much hoopla, Richler released this year’s list last week.
Here’s a short list of Jewish delis where you might least expect to find them. Call it the “Who Knew?” list. And if we missed any, please let us know!
Just when we thought 2017 had slunk off for good — let’s face it, the year stunk in myriad ways — word arrived about the closing of Caplansky’s, a nouveau-deli pioneer and beloved Toronto hangout. In a Facebook post, owner Zane Caplansky said that the eatery never recovered from a 2016 landlord-tenant spat that temporarily shuttered the restaurant. Two satellite locations remain open. “Moving forward, I hope to grow the franchises and wholesale aspects of the business,” Caplansky told the Forward.