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The summer of 2020 wasn’t the easiest time to open a restaurant. But Igor Fazylov faced that challenge when he opened his “Mediterranean Urban Restaurant,” known by the acronym … more
Yankee Stadium is home to the winningest franchise in baseball, a rabid fan base, and a secret elevator. Well, maybe it’s not exactly a secret, but very few people know where it is. When … more
Alot of kosher restaurants are the same. Maybe not exactly the same, but familiar. Whether it’s the same type of look, feel, smell, or taste, many kosher restaurants are bound to remind you of … more
Cork and Slice is a household name on Long Island. Their Cedarhurst location has a great reputation and has been around for seven years now, serving up dairy fare in an elevated atmosphere. That … more
People going out for an upscale dinner want great food, stellar service, and a certain level of ambiance. But with so many restaurants providing those things, the one word I often hear when people … more
There’s something to be said for a restaurant that gives the patron a particular feeling. Many restaurants never accomplish that feat and most that do aren’t able to pull it off … more
Eli Dancour and his brother found themselves in a situation that many kosher restaurant patrons are familiar with; they were eating tacos that nobody would confuse with authentic Mexican cuisine. But … more
Coney Island Avenue between Avenues J and K would seem like a great place to open a kosher restaurant. That’s probably why there are about 25 places in a three-block radius. But when Bakar … more
THESE days, we are lucky to have so many options for high-end restaurants in the tri-state area. And while that’s obviously a good thing, it leads to different attitudes from the two different … more