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Kosher or Kosher style catering in Bayside area

lucyis Oct 6, 2008 05:35 AM

My family will be getting together at Dad's house after Mom's Unveiling service. We'll be about twenty people on a Sunday afternoon in late October. I'd like to get something a little more substantial than the usual bagel and fish spread.Suggestions please.

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    mggn Oct 6, 2008 10:16 AM

    are you looking for meat or dairy?

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    1. re: mggn
      lucyis Oct 7, 2008 05:49 AM

      I think we will go with meat and enough vegetables to make our two vegetarians happy.

      1. re: lucyis
        shoelace Oct 7, 2008 09:27 AM

        If you wanted to do a step nicer than ben's you could do patoug on horace harding at springfield.

        It's a persian restaurant, but they've done small catering jobs for me many times

        1. re: shoelace
          lucyis Oct 8, 2008 05:37 AM

          thanks shoe, I'll check it out. I know just where it is.

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      downtownNYCjew Oct 6, 2008 08:21 AM

      If all you need is "kosher style," there's a Ben's Deli in the Bay Terrace section of Bayside (http://www.bensdeli.net/). It's kosher but not glatt kosher (they serve Hebrew National hot dogs), and they're open on Saturdays, which is a problem for strictly observant Jews but should be acceptable for others.

      There are plenty of kosher options near but not in Bayside, such as Mazur's in Little Neck (http://www.MazursMarketplace.com), and many places in Great Neck (http://www.queensvaad.org/estab/index.cfm?EstabCity=Great%20Neck) and Fresh Meadows (http://www.queensvaad.org/estab/index...). I don't think all of them can do catering but many probably can. Call which ever places sound like the kind of cuisine you're looking for.

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