My girlfriend Felice bought a Zabars goodie box for Valentines Day. Now that’s a present I can get down with. And yesterday I had the bagels and lox. You can’t get this kind of lox in Los Angeles. Actually, Zabars calls it “Novie.” It’s oily, it reminds me of the smoked salmon of yore that my father used to bring home from the deli on Sunday mornings for brunch. That was a big thing, I’d like that every week.
Creeping out from his father’s shadow, Oliver Zabar sets his sights on his own restaurant.
She might be selling second-hand clothes, but don’t think you’ll get Rachel Zabar’s stuff at a flea market.
A morning at a popular Jewish deli started off with a bang when a man accidentally shot himself and ran away.
Len Berk is the last Jewish lox slicer at Zabar’s, the iconic Manhattan delicatessen. At 84, the former accountant still sees the sensual side of smoked salmon.
What do sex and salmon have in common? Ask Len Berkman. At 84, the former public accountant is the last Jewish lox-slicer at iconic Manhattan delicatessen, Zabar’s.
Saul Zabar is not a romantic.
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Since Zabar’s is Zabar’s, most customers don’t blink at paying $16.95 a pound for lobster salad.
The sign is gone at the legendary H & H bagel shop at West 80th and Broadway. A TV truck with its long-prong antenna is parked out front. On the sidewalk, people pull their smart phones up to eye level and snap away.