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Kosher for Passover restaurants in Manhattan

Jill Black Mar 27, 1999 09:55 AM

Anyone have any recommendations on Pesadik restauants
that might be serving lunch on 5/5 or 5/6? Midtown,

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    stephen kaye Mar 27, 1999 03:11 PM

    try calling abigails, or la marais(spelling??) good luck, its getting late

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    1. re: stephen kaye
      joel bloom Apr 23, 2000 05:00 PM

      What did you find out. I understand Dougies is also Kosher for Passover

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        Linda Eisenstadt Feb 13, 2002 06:40 PM

        My husband and I will be in Manhattan Friday to Sunday right after the Sedarim for our daughter's showcase performance. Do you know where we can eat Friday night, Saturday lunch & dinner, Sunday breakfast & lunch and possibly bring something back on the plane? Thank you for any help you can give me.

        1. re: Linda Eisenstadt
          milton kramer Mar 3, 2002 09:00 AM

          darna at 89th and columbus

          1. re: Linda Eisenstadt
            channah Mar 12, 2002 03:42 PM

            Hi. I just happened to see your posting. The Kabbalah Center located at 155 E. 48th St. will have kosher for Passover meals that shabbat. You can call 212-644-0025 and make a reservation. The food is strictly kosher and shomer shabbat (i.e. all the shabbat food is prepared before shabbat). I myself was searching to find somewhere to eat on Sunday. . . .there are quite a few restaurants, but I don't know of any one listing. Good luck and shalom. Channah

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        Carol Mar 25, 2002 08:47 AM

        Do you know of any kosher for passover restauurants in Long Island? Thank you.

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