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Shalom Chai Pizza

This kosher pizza restaurant on Grand Street also serves breakfast, salads, sandwiches, knishes and other entrees. 359 Grand Street, near Essex 212-598-4178 Hours Sun-Thu: 7am-6:30pm ...

Streit’s Matzo

At the Streit's Matzo factory on Rivington Street, a small retail store offers a full line of products, including matzo, matzo ball soup mix, gefilte fish, etc. As an extra bonus, you can catch a glimpse of the matzo...

Russ & Daughters

Perhaps the Lower East Side's most revered food institution, appetizing store Russ & Daughters has been in business since 1914. Today a new generation of the Russ family sells a wide variety of smoked salmon, sturgeon, herring, sable, etc....

Pickle Guys

The only kosher pickle store in the former "pickle district," Alan Kaufman's small shop has it all: new pickles, sour, half sour -- plus picked tomatoes, olives, peppers, mushrooms, etc. You can pick up a snack to much on...

Kossar’s Bialys

Kossar's is the oldest bialy bakery in this country -- in business since 1934.  Closed for Shabbas, the shop opens after sunset on Saturdays to catch up -- and keeps the ovens running late into the night. No charge...

Yonah Schimmel

There's always lots of kvetching about Yonah Schimmel, "not what it used to be."  But they're still doing what they've done since 1910 -- churning out soft, handmade knishes -- 14 varieties to suit every taste. 137 East Houston, near...

Sammy’s Roumanian

Sammy's has been serving (un)healthy portions of shmaltz and schtick at the same location on Chrystie Street for more than 30 years. The broiled steak will set you back $35-40 bucks, but your serving will be "Flintstones" huge (hanging...

Noah’s Ark Deli

One of the only kosher restaurants in the neighborhood. The menu includes all of the Jewish delicatessen standards, plus steaks, pasta dishes and burgers. 399 Grand, near Clinton 212-674-2200 Open Sun-Thu, 10am-10pm; Fri, 9am-3pm; Sat, closed Menu

Katz’s

Sure the place is swarming with tourists, but who cares! It's still the only Jewish deli in town where the guys behind the counter are carving the corn beef and pastrami by hand. A neighborhood institution, since 1888. 205 East...
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