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Dec 9, 2011 11:48 AM

Late Night Kosher Options in NYC

I am looking for multiple options for late night kosher anywhere in Manhattan.

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  1. How late are you looking for?

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    1. re: avitrek

      After midnight. Lots of places seem to close at midnight.

    2. Tiberius (34th btwn Madison and Park) is open 24/6. And I think Ali Baba on the UWS is open till midnight.

      1. Le Marais may be open that late. Talia's may be as well.

        And Second Ave Deli is open real late (the Murray Hill one, I dont' know about the UES).

        And Ali Baba is open later than midnight.

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        1. re: craigcep

          Nope. All the restaurants you list close at midnight. AFAIK the only option after midnight is Tiberius.

          The exception is motzaei shabbos. Talia is open all night, Le Marais till 1, and I'm not sure about Ali Baba. But on other nights they all close at 12.

          1. re: zsero

            I've been at Ali Baba at around 1 am on a Saturday night, although not in several years. You might want to call them, but I remember them closing at 2 am.

            1. re: GilaB

              At one point Ali Baba was open 24x6. But that was when it was cheap and good, so therefore busy. Who knows what their hours are these days.

              1. re: GilaB

                But motzaei shabbos is different. The question didn't specify that night. And on other nights they definitely kick you out at midnight. Or even earlier if it's empty and they feel like going home.

          2. Depending if you eat at these places; Maoz falafel, and Viva pizzeria in the West Village may be open late.

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            1. re: PotatoPuff

              Do you mean Viva herbal pizzeria on 2nd Ave between 11 & 12 St? That's hardly the west village! And they close at midnight or earlier.

              Maoz in the village closes by 11pm (10 on Sundays); some of the others are open late. But calling this chain kosher is a huge stretch. I would not recommend it to anyone who cares about kashrus.

              1. re: zsero

                You're right, meant to say east village... As for Maoz, it does have Orthodox hashgaha, and the OP didn't say anything as to their preferences, so I figured its worth a mention.

                1. re: PotatoPuff

                  Maybe. But Steinberg's "hashgacha" is completely worthless.