Description:One of New York City’s most romantic hotels, located in a quiet street on the Upper East Side. Within walking distance from the Central Park, Madison Avenue and the Museum Mile. Kosher food - room service for the hotel from Avi and David's bagels at... [more]
Number of rooms / apartments: 910 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 0 (West Side Jewish Center) Kosher restaurant: 0 (N/A)
One of the most popular New York City hotels. It is not a kosher hotel, but it is popular with Israeli visitors and within short walking distance from synagogue. It is also located close to Broadway theaters, Madison Square Garden and Macy's. There are many kosher delis and restaurants in Manhattan and many of them can also deliver.
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After a few years of cooking experiance for private entities and private events, Sarin Benhaim began her Glatt Kosher Miami Restaurant. With a little help from herfriends and family, she built Sarina's Kitchen, a showcase for Glatt Kosher experiance. The restaurant is simple, casual and relaxed. You can wear jeans or a suit, you can drink beer or champagne. Truly, it is all about the food. Every customer has the full attention and the feeling of eating home, the feel of the Jewish Mom's Kitechen and love.
Visiting Sarina's Kitchen Kosher Restaurant is like coming over to Benhaim’s house for friday night dinner. Welcoming you at the door, cooking your food, serving your drinks. Chef Sarin visits as many tables as she can each evening, mostly to talk and express her knowledge about the food. This is his dream come true, her passion and her life.
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