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2008-03-24 19:07:06 - Ariel Re: Friday night meal in manhattan, NY?
I would suggest to contact one of the Manhattan's Kosher restaurants, which provide caterings and deliveries.
They can certainly supply you with the services needed. You should do this also in conjunction with the hotel, where you will stay - first of all ask the Food and Beverage manager, if you can bring your own Kosher food catered from outside restaurant.
I am sure, the hotel can arrange a place for you to eat and also the necessary service - heating the food (the Kosher restaurant should instruct the hotel, how to do this according to Halacha).
Generally, you can pick almost any of the New York city Kosher restaurants from our Jewish travel Advisor database (we have over 50 listings) and they should be able to provide you with the Friday dinner - for example the Abigael's kosher restaurant and others as well:
Abigael's http://www.abigaels.com/parties_mealstogo.htm l
other Kosher restaurants in New York city - contact them and decide, which suite best your needs:
http://www.jewishtraveladvisor.com/ kosher-restaurant-list.php?ac=New+York+city 2008-03-24 19:12:48 - Ariel Re: Friday night meal in manhattan, NY?
one more idea - you can ask the hotel where you will stay, if they can organize Friday Kosher dinner for you, as many hotels are able to arrange this - especially in New York... if not, then the first post applies...
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