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i have to go to %&cking vegetarian restaurant because this chick is kosher

i live in the east village and was really stoked to take this chick to kajitsu but it's closed on monday. . . so I thought Dirt Candy . . . closed on monday . . . I live a half a block from angelica's kitchen but haven't ever been compelled to eat there. . . help . . . please . . . I had ssam last night . . . what am i going to do?

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    1. Are you tied to the EV or will you consider other neighborhoods? What about one of the south indian places in Curry Hill?

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          1. Why are you dating someone who is kosher if it's such a huge imposition on you to go to a restaurant that meets her religious dietary needs?

            Dirt Candy, Angelica's Kitchen, and the Momofukus are *not* kosher. In fact, even if a restaurant is vegetarian, that doesn't mean it's automatically kosher. Kosher restaurants have to be certified as such.

            whitneybee mentioned the Indian restaurants in "Curry Hill." The best choice for your situation would be Pongal, which is both vegetarian and kosher.

            http://www.menupages.com/restaurants/...