Named for mobster Mayer Lansky, one of the founders of Las Vegas, Lansky Lounge is a hideaway club that seeks to emulate the “speakeasy” feel of the 1930s. Hidden between a Dunkin Donuts and Sleep ...
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We have shabbat dinners every week with friends and family. Come on by!
2nd Ave Deli (Second Avenue Deli)
Opened Dec 17, 2007
162 E 33rd St (between Lexington and Third Ave), New York, NY, United States of America, 10016 - Map - StreetView
(212) 689-9000, (212) 689-9001
open until 12 a.m. (Monday Through) and 4 a.m. (Friday adn Saturday)
92Y Tribeca Cafe
8-3 Breakfast/Lunch, 5:30-10 Dinner
200 Hudson St. (btw. Canal and Debrosses), New York, NY, United States of America, 10013 - Map - StreetView
Vaad Harabonim Lemeshmeret Hakashrut - Rabbi Israel Mayer Steinberg
Anne Frank Center
(212) 431-7993, (212) 431-8375
Abigael's on Broadway
mon- sun lunch mon to fri, Sat night in winter
1407 Broadway (38th and 39th St.), New York, NY, United States of America, 10018-5100 - Map - StreetView
(212) 575-1407, (212) 869-0666
Kof-K Kosher Supervision
639 W. 46th Street (corner of 12th Avenue), New York, NY, United States of America, 10036-1906 - Map - StreetView
Star-K Kosher Certification (Star-K)
92nd Street YMHA Performing Arts Center
The oldest Jewish Community Center in America, the 92nd Street Y first began serving the community with Adult Education classes in 1874. A non-profit with a full range of services, the Y has been a le ...
Former Canal Street Theater
A silent movie palace of the 1920s, the Canal Street Theater was known for its beautifully detailed terracotta façade. Now an electronics store, the beauty of the building has been marred somewhat bu ...
Castle Clinton and the Monument to the Immigrants
Opened as Castle Garden in 1824, the “castle” was originally built as a fortification against British naval aggression. The Garden was the setting for aristocratic flights of fancy; concerts, debu ...
From 1892 this was the point where the immigrants to America were disembarked and processed and pushed out into the world again. Over 12 million souls passed through here and the museum preserves thei ...
American Museum of Natural History
One of the great family museums in New York, AMNH displays a vast collection of fossils, samples, minerals and specimens in a fun and engaging manner. The famous Blue Whale replica, a 90 foot fibergla ...
Opened in 1912 by William Fox, born Wilhelm Fried in Hungary, the Audobon Ballroom was the first theater in the neighborhood. Bringing the latest vaudeville shows to the “Heights” the theater also ...
An institution on the Lower East Side, Katz’s is the most famous purveyor of deli sandwiches and hot dogs. Not Kosher according to Jewish Halacha, it is nonetheless a popular site for tourists looki ...
Arbit Blatas Holocaust Memorials
Around the corner of the B’Nai B’rith Headquarters building are the seven bronze plaques designed by artist Arbit Blatas to commemorate the Holocaust. Part of a worldwide installation, the series ...
Former Public Baths
Recently converted into the Church of Grace to Fujianese, these were the public baths used by tenants of the crowded tenement buildings in the area. Prior to 1902, residential buildings were not requi ...
An early experiment in co-op housing, this elegant alternative to the crowded tenements was built in 1930 under the auspices of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Housing those Jewish worker ...
Essex Street Market
Newly revitalized, the Essex Street Market was in grave danger of succumbing to lack of interest in the 1980s. The renovated residences around the area have once again made this open air market a popu ...
Joseph Papp Public Theater
A National Historic Landmark, this theater premiered the rock musical “Hair” that turned the theatre world on its ear in the 1960s and was part of the revolutionary scene of Greenwich Village. Bui ...
Within what is known as the United Nations Plaza, this stretch of First Avenue gives way to Ralph Bunche Park, named for an American Peace Prize Laureate who mediated a compromise between Israel and P ...