A Holocaust survivor who shared fed Broadway’s elite - and Times Square characters — at a heimish eatery so beloved it inspired a Neil Simon play.
Hundreds of Holocaust survivors were brought together, yet no one bothered to organize a program with interesting Jewish content.
The love story between Jews and cafés had its start in 18th-century Berlin.
Home has always been central to Jewish families, from the old countries of our immigrant ancestors to their new homes in America and then on to newer homes in new communities as the generations moved up and out.
The winners reflect the extraordinary breadth of excellent Jewish food options available in New York City and beyond.
The 21st-century scions of a venerated 100-year-old smoked fish emporium have cracked the code of how to serve a restaurant brunch on Shabbat — and avoid those pesky brunch lines.
Israeli coffee lovers were warned by the Health Ministry to avoid java from cafes, where coffee machines have higher than normal lead traces.
The Museum has unveiled a decidedly old-school eatery with a nostalgic menu of Ashkenazi favorites.
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Before the men ever met, they had separately nursed the same idea: to draw upon their heritage to create a delicious, modern cuisine.