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B & H Dairy Restaurant

Map & Directions 127 Second Ave.
New York, NY 10003
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212-505-8065
  • Kosher
  • Sun 7am-11pm, Mon-Fri 7am-12am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Kosher
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Accepted, Accepted
  • Street

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Village Voice's Description

This vestige of the theater district once known as the Jewish Broadway is also one of the few kosher dairy restaurants remaining in town. Their dreamy soups--mushroom barley, borscht, cabbage, and vegetable, in descending order of preference--come with two thick slices of buttered challah bread made on the premises. The blintzes and pierogi are the East Village's best.

 
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  • Baratunde on 12/22/10

    In my official duties as a black man, I'm stating for the record, Koreans make the best fried chicken.

  • Nicole M. on 03/27/10

    Korean Fried Chicken!!! Order a Combo of half and half (spicy and garlic) and a stone pot of BimBimBap. (If you are really hungry, get the Ocean Pancake).

  • Talisa C. on 04/01/12

    Remember: you came here for the fried chicken! Order accordingly or feel the regret every time another table gets theirs.

  • Foodspotting on 11/14/10

    Try the Korean Fried Chicken and spot it on Foodspotting!

  • Dave S. on 10/26/09

    Have all-you-can-eat Bon Chon chicken and all-you-can-drink Coors Light for $20 during their daily happy hour. (Might be $23 now)

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