Voice Places has the scoop on chicken soup. We’re your guide to Jewish cuisine in New York, with reviews from professional critics and opinionated local diners, along with restaurant listings searchable by name or neighborhood.
Visit this century-old deli before they decide to raze it and build a high-rise condo. Tip the carvers $1 before you order and get a sandwich big enough for two; a... More »
Only in New York: An ancient Jewish deli in Bed-Stuy is taken over by Muslim owners, who keep the traditions alive. David's was a long running deli specializing in... More »
The brisket sandwich with gravy really rocks at this classic Williamsburg kosher deli, which remains picturesquely unrenovated since the '60s. Go for the large... More »
Founded by a retired policeman in 1964 and now run by his grandchild, Sarge's is one of the city's great Jewish delis. The pastrami is monumentally... More »
Channeling an ancient Catskills resort property, this Tribeca restaurant seeks to reconstruct the traditional Jewish deli menu along fine-dining lines. The house-smoked... More »
The chicken schwarma turning in the front window is divine. Cumin-dusted and moist, it's hacked off the cylinder at just the right moment and served on a pita. A paper... More »
On my most memorable visit to Kutsher's Tribeca, I went with three generations of a family who might be seen as Catskills royalty. The grandparents came up from the bungalow colonies—where many Lower East Side Jews summered in the '50s and '60s—and later bought a vacation home for themselves and...
There's no greater transgression in Jewish cooking—hell, all of Hebrew law—than the adulteration of the latke. Not eating bacon. Or shrimp. Even bacon-wrapped shrimp. And Nikki Cascone's latkes make her a sinner—a bad one.
Cascone, best known for being a contestant on Top Chef Season Four, helms the kitchen and co-owns Octavia's Porch, a...
Known as "The Gem of the East" and "The Land of Scientists," Samarkand is the second-largest city in Uzbekistan and one of the most important trading centers on the Silk Road. It was founded in 500 B.C., about the same time as Rome, and when Spanish traveler Ruy Gonzales de Clavigo arrived there in 1400, he noted: "A traveler who approaches the city sees only a mountainous height of trees...
Find everything you're looking for in your city
Find the best happy hour deals in your city
Get today's exclusive deals at savings of anywhere from 50-90%
Check out the hottest list of places and things to do around your city