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Kosher Delivery- Springfield NJ

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miration Apr 6, 2008 06:02 PM

I'm traveling to a wedding in NJ next weekend- we are staying at the Holiday Inn in Springfield. We're arriving a couple hours before Shabbat and I'd like to arrange for some place to deliver a shabbat dinner for two to the hotel. Hopefully we can arrange with the hotel to heat it up for us.

Anyone got any recommendations? I feel like I should be able to google this, but I must not be looking in the right place... Thanks in advance for any recommendations!

  1. m
    miration Apr 9, 2008 09:09 AM

    Thanks for the suggestions. Tried Zayda's but they won't deliver and we get in too late to pick up. I placed an order from Reuben's. Kinda pricey but hopefully will be good.

    1. j
      jaickyt Apr 7, 2008 09:51 AM

      Try Ruebens Glatt Spot in West Orange. Their food is very good and they should be able to deliver. Their number is 973 736-0060

      1. g
        GilaB Apr 6, 2008 06:22 PM

        I think that the nearest kosher take-out/catering place to Springfield is One-Stop Kosher, in Elizabeth. Their website says that they deliver to the airport and hotels, and Springfield isn't much further away from One-Stop than the airport is, although it's in a different direction. Their website is here: http://www.njkosher.com/

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        1. re: GilaB
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          rruben1 Apr 6, 2008 06:32 PM

          Zayda's in South Orange is about 10 minutes away, by drive. Andrew often delivers larger orders, but a call might find him in the area delivering to a local shul. He does a nice Shabbos special.

          There IS a kosher deli in Springfield itself, with Conservative hashgacha, if I remember correctly, from Rabbi Mallach.

          1. re: rruben1
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            GilaB Apr 6, 2008 07:17 PM

            Zayda's gets excellent reviews from people on this board, although I have not been there myself. I would point out that it isn't glatt, as this is an issue for some people.

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              DeisCane Apr 7, 2008 07:28 AM

              IIRC, the deli closed but the shawarma/falafel place is still open. Or is it the other way around. There's also a bagel shop in Springfield.

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