2nd Annual ‘Brooklyn Kosher Week’ Features 2 Crown Heights Eateries



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    2nd Annual ‘Brooklyn Kosher Week’ Features 2 Crown Heights Eateries

    The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is kicking off its 2nd Annual Kosher Restaurant Week on January 11th. The week-long celebration of kosher cuisine will run through January 17th ● A project of Carlo A. Scissura and Avi Leshes from the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce – Kosher Restaurant Week includes 24 restaurants, among them “Sushi Spot II” and “Prime Sandwich” both located on Kingston Avenue ● Details

    The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is kicking off its 2nd Annual Kosher Restaurant Week on January 11th. The week-long celebration of kosher cuisine will run through January 17th.

    This year, Kosher Restaurant Week will feature 24 restaurants — topping last year’s total of 20 — from across Brooklyn, from Crown Heights to Borough Park to Marine Park.

    As part of Kosher Restaurant Week, certain participating eateries will offer fixed menus at a fixed price, while others will provide patrons with a complimentary glass of wine, appetizer or dessert.

    “Brooklyn has some of the finest kosher food in the world, so it only makes sense that it has its own restaurant week,” said Carlo A. Scissura, President & CEO of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. “Food brings cultures together, and this festival will introduce kosher cuisine to people of all ethnicities from across Brooklyn. I can’t wait to visit some of these restaurants, and I encourage all Brooklynites to do the same. L’chaim!”

    “Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine is proud to be coordinating Kosher Restaurant Week with the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce,” said Elan Kornblum, President & Publisher of Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine. “Brooklyn kosher restaurants are locally owned and have that true Brooklyn spirit. We hope that customers will come out and support them.”

    “Kosher Restaurant Week will put all the terrific Kosher culinary options in Brooklyn on full display, and I look forward to patronizing as many restaurants as I can,” said Gil Cygler, owner of Allcar Rent A Car. “I want to thank the entire Brooklyn Chamber, particularly Carlo Scissura and Avi Leshes, for assisting businesses across all religious and ethnic communities and uniting Brooklyn under the Chamber umbrella.”

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