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By Debbie Kandel / September 15, 2018

As a visitor to Israel, it can be a little bit overwhelming keeping track of the different restaurants opening and closing, even more so when you are searching for a restaurant with a Succah.  Here are my suggestions for kosher restaurants around Israel where you can find a good meal in a nice Succah. There […]


Kosher Food Now at Atlanta Airport

By Kosher Guru / September 15, 2018

Atlanta is the busiest airport in not just the United States but in the world, and it’s only getting hotter! Fuego Mundo, Atlanta’s hottest Kosher joint will now be serving Kosher food in the Hartsfield- Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Fuego Mundo will be preparing delicious, fresh and healthy options like their Chicken Salad Wraps, Smoked […]


LAST CHANCE, SUKKOS FOR $10!! – Support Bikur Cholim of Lakewood

By Kosher Guru / September 13, 2018

LAST CHANCE, SUKKOS FOR $10!!   Your entire Sukkos, for $10. Doesn’t get better than that.   Imagine someone handing you gift certificates to stores all over town. Deluxe Panel Sukkah. Clothing. Silver. Awning. Car Rental. Daled Minim… Y’think you might find something to buy in this pre-Sukkos season?! By clicking here to donate just $10 to […]


Kosher at MSG & Barclays

By Kosher Guru / September 5, 2018

Gotta keep the stomachs happy while the eyes are on the game! Just in time for the 2018-2019 NBA and NHL season both Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center will be making Kosher vendor changes and you won’t want to miss out on it!  Barclays Center will say “fuhgeddaboudit” to Abigail’s and say “hello” to […]


Musketeers Serving Up Supper

By Kosher Guru / August 25, 2018

The Musket Club formed by 3 childhood friends from Queens, NY is a monthly supper club where it’s not only about food but about the arts. Upon arrival I was warmly greeted by Rachel Margolin who is in charge of Guest Services, I took my glass of lemon infused water out to the back to […]


Seasons Come and Go

By Kosher Guru / August 19, 2018

Update: It has been reported to us that the original deal has fallen through as the debts are in the $30 Million range. As other investors and industry insiders have been contacted to make a bid to hopefully purchase the conglomerate, we are now told it will be heading into bankruptcy, we truly hope a […]


Backyard BBQ & Brew POP-Up

By Kosher Guru / June 4, 2018

Take me back to Backyard BBQ & Brew where Pitmaster Mendel Segal and Chef David Benrey threw an epic event with precise beer pairings by Boulevard Brewery from Kansas City. I will apologize in advance, I am not all too well versed when it comes to beer as I am when it comes to food. […]


United Hatzolah of Israel Dinner

By Kosher Guru / May 14, 2018

Awareness. Volunteer. Unity.  On Wednesday May 9th, 2018 about 150 men and women gathered in the magnificent home of Mr. & Mrs. Yoel Fuld in Teaneck, NJ. The common goals of the evening were to bring awareness to the crowd about United Hatzalah of Israel and show their support. United Hatzalah is Israel’s largest independent, […]


OU’s Torah NY

By Kosher Guru / April 30, 2018

Sunday mornings- also referred to as the one day a week to sleep late, catch the later minyan and just an all around lazy day. But on Sunday, April 29, 2018 around 2,000 men, women and teenagers gathered early in the morning in CitiField (and more on LiveStream) to partake in one of the most […]


Brisket King 2018

By Kosher Guru / April 26, 2018

 Brisket King 2018 was off the hook and I got to see it all go down! There were smokin views inside and beautiful outside the awesome venue on the waterfront in Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY with about 500 guests gathering to see who will be named #Brisketking2018! Brisket King co-founder Jimmy Carbone hosted some of […]

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