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which nyc kosher restaurants open on dec 24 /25th?

inky Dec 17, 2007 02:19 PM

will be in nyc at this time. looking for recommendations for a nice glatt kosher restaurant that will be open on these days.

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  1. Joe Berger RE: inky Dec 17, 2007 03:28 PM

    practically all of them will be open through Xmas.
    as a matter of fact, one of the best days to go
    shopping in Borough Park will be on Xmas day!
    NYC and it's suburbs are not subject to Blue laws.

    you are better off specifying what type of cuisine,
    price range, and area of the city you wish to dine.

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      DeisCane RE: Joe Berger Dec 18, 2007 05:54 AM

      Bergen County has blue laws, no?

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        berel RE: DeisCane Dec 18, 2007 07:06 AM

        I think blue laws only apply to Sunday only and not to restaurants

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      zsero RE: inky Dec 17, 2007 04:31 PM

      All of them.

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        inky RE: inky Dec 20, 2007 01:52 PM

        recommedations for glatt kosher restaurant in midtown, upper east side, or upper west side. would like a nice place for a moderately priced meal. looking for a cuisine that has a variety of unique chicken (and beef) dishes. my dining group is not big on steak.

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          zsero RE: inky Dec 21, 2007 10:23 AM

          Depends how moderately priced you want. And how "nice". For the low end, I'd recommend Mr Broadway, which has a very large menu so everyone is likely to find something they like. And it's got plenty of room. For the upper end, how about Mike's Bistro? It's not cheap, but not exorbitant. In the middle, Colbeh; persian food, no steaks. Or Olympic, Israeli grilled meats, steak optional.

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          oreyyo RE: inky Dec 23, 2007 03:25 PM

          you may want to call ahead tomorrow (12/24) as many of the midtown restaurants service the nearby Jewish-employing businesses, which for the most part will be "on holiday".

          my friend went to my most favorite on thanksgiving, and told me that because the place was "dead" the waiter told them that they had a limited menu, and they closed earlier than usual.

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