BRB Rending My Garments

This might be the worst news I’ve read on the internet in a very long time:

Kosher Delight, a 28-year old establishment on Broadway between 36th and 37th street is scheduled to close on Sunday, according to rumors and the restaurant’s staff. (via Yeah That’s Kosher)

Sure, it was dirty. And a meal there always seemed like it came with the risk of infection. And the bathrooms looked like a set from a low-budget horror film. But it was home.

Forget Koach. Can we raise money to save Kosher Delight?

Kosher Delight

Filed under Business, Food, New York City

2 Responses to “BRB Rending My Garments”

  1. i question where they not owned by the huberfelds
    they have no problem with money to retire

    mark · June 19th, 2012 at 9:30 am
  2. Does this erstablishment’s closing have anything to do with teh working conditions there? Any attempt of those working there to improvie the conditions under which they labor?

    arieh lebowitz · June 25th, 2012 at 10:31 am

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