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The 10 Best Kosher Restaurants In New York City

Homemade Falafel with Tahini Sauce and Greek Salad | © Austin Kirk/Flickr
Homemade Falafel with Tahini Sauce and Greek Salad | © Austin Kirk/Flickr
With such a prominent Jewish population, New York City is full of outstanding kosher food. Here, we profile 10 of NYC’s best kosher restaurants, exceptional for their food, service, and tradition.

Pitopia

Bar, Middle Eastern, Kosher
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Image Courtesy of Pitopia
Image Courtesy of Pitopia
An Orthodox Union-certified eatery, Pitopia offers Mediterranean classics such as falafel, fresh salads, shawarma, and a hummus bar, alongside schnitzel, soups, sandwiches, and fries. This venue is perfect for a casual lunch on the go, with high-rise tables and large windows perfect for people-watching as you enjoy your meal.
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Café Nana

Cafe, Restaurant, Kosher
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Shakshuka
Shakshuka | © cyclonebill/Flickr
Café Nana offers kosher Israeli- and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, including a variety of sandwiches, salads, and pastas. The most popular dish is shakshuka, a Sephardic dish with North African roots. Located on the second floor of Columbia and Barnard’s Hillel Center, this casual eatery is decked out with silk pillows, hanging lamps, hookah pipes, and comfortable sofas.
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Mike's Bistro

Bistro, Restaurant, American, Contemporary, $$$
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Mike’s Bistro serves lunch in four courses, including a salad, the soup of the day, a selection of meats, and a dessert. The dinner menu offers hearty dishes such as duck breast, a rib eye roast, lamb chops, and more. Chef Michael Gershkovich was born in Rome but grew up in Flatbush with an orthodox Jewish family, so his dishes are finely crafted in accordance with kosher regulations.
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