Legendary bialy bakery Kossar’s was recently sold. So what are the long-term plans for the landmark Lower East Side spot?
There’s a pretty good chance that someone in your family made dinner on the Lower East Side. Use this edible timeline to find out what they might have eaten.
The oldest bialys store in the country is still on a roll. The sweet smell of bread will continue to waft down Coney Island Avenue, as a landmark kosher bakery in Brooklyn gets a whole new lease on life.
Matt Rees takes a very close look at Ariel Sharon’s eating habits and what they meant. [Salon]
The oldest bialy store in Brooklyn, and perhaps all of New York City, will soon close its doors.
Going to be in New York on Christmas and looking for a break from Chinese food? Eater NY gives us a list of 22 restaurants where you can enjoy a delectable meal. If you’re afraid to stray too far from the classic Chinese feast, they recommend trying Brooklyn’s Mile End Deli’s interpretation. [Eater]