Kosher Xmas Dinner in NYC
So, this may seem like the oddest request but anyone know of any way to get a Kosher Xmas dinner in NYC?
I will be travelling with my good friend, a non-Jew, who for many years has suffered having to schlep to kosher places when travelling with me and even put up with not being able to 'cook' anything when we lived together for a while.
This year, we will be in NYC over Xmas and she would really like to find Xmas dinner somewhere. Now, it seems that there will be a whole manner of non-K options, but she'll have to eat alone OR we find a kosher alternative.
Now, I realise it's a very long shot, but if this exists anywhere, it's going to be NY!
D and K
Interesting to learn the variations by country. The Christians I know serve goose and ham on Christmas and do the 7 fishes,(forgot what they were now). In the US, turkey is for Thanksgiving. You can easily buy her a turkey and cook it for her with the sides she is used to in England. Food is heavily enmeshed with religion and culture, as you know. No kosher restaurant will serve an Xmas dinner. But, hey, why don't you try Jezebel? ;)
You might want to try to contact some of the more upper priced restaurants and see what their menus might be on the 25th; I have dined at these establishments as they are Glatt.
Abigael's 1407 Broadway, NYC...www.Abigaels.com ,
Wolf and Lamb 10 Est 48th street, NYC ,www.wolfandlambsteakhouse.com
Mike's Bistro 228 west 72nd street, NYC...www.mikesbistro.com
As a Jew growing in Colombia, the question is as stereotypical as the frequent question on this board, traditional jewish menu. Is there truly a Christmas dinner. Once you answer tat question, you can look for a kosher restaurant that serves that menu. There were some ladies here in south Florida who had a kosher traditionally kosher Colombian bakery. Many of their producs adorned Colombian holiday tables when I was growing up there. Give us the menu you have in mind and we'll try to find a restaurant that serves it. Keep in mind that a very traditional Christmas dish has to do with pig in one of many forms. The antithesis of kashrut.
Can you clarify? Do you mean a traditional Xmas dinner (not quite sure what that is) or kosher restaurants open on Xmas? If the latter, then I'm assuming the traditional Jewish Xmas dinner - Chinese food. You might try the only kosher restaurant in Chinatown that I know of:
5 Mott Street
New York, NY 10013