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Kosher Delight In Manahattan is closing

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The Cameraman Jun 17, 2012 08:40 AM

While Kosher Delight is not chowish in any sense of the word, and they've been taking heat from the significantly-more-chowish-if-only-in-comparison Bravo Pizza next door, the loss of KD means one fewer kosher option in Midtown. They've lost their lease and are closing tonight (Sunday, June 17th).

I think I will order one last salt-and-grease flavored meal for lunch. They always had the friendliest delivery guys. I hope they all find jobs.

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    SoCal Mother RE: The Cameraman Jun 18, 2012 05:03 PM

    Oh no!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My kids LOVED that place. OK, we only get to NY once a year or so, but still!!

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      MartyB RE: The Cameraman Jun 26, 2012 10:57 AM

      Bummer, loved their burgers. I guess it is now Pastrami on rye for me at Mr. Broadway.

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        zsero RE: MartyB Jun 27, 2012 04:49 AM

        Well, there's Kosher Deluxe; isn't that a KD clone?

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          SoCal Mother RE: zsero Jun 27, 2012 05:03 PM

          For some reason my family and I just prefer the food at Kosher Delight to Kosher Deluxe.

          I have no idea why.

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            zsero RE: SoCal Mother Jun 27, 2012 07:20 PM

            I've never had occasion to eat at Kosher Deluxe, but from its appearance and menu, and the similarity of name, I assumed it to be a deliberate clone of KD. Is there really much difference?

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              dfsny613 RE: zsero Jun 27, 2012 08:01 PM

              Kosher Deluxe used to be a Kosher Delight on 45th and 6th. When they moved to the current location a small hole in the wall schwarma place that was across the street from the current location became part of the restaurant (they did not have shwarma before). That's when they became Kosher Deluxe. what that means with respect to the ownership/franchise situation, I have no clue.

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