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Miscellaneous thoughts and ramblings
Monday, May 07, 2007
When Restaurants Die
The other night I stopped by my (and my family's) favorite kosher eatery for some take-out and found it closed. The posted sign read, "Closed for Filming." I found it odd, but figured they had rented out the joint for a restaurant scene on some cable show. Yesterday I ran into the owner at a lag b'omer street fair, and he told me he sold it and that the new owner was opening a different, non-kosher restaurant in its place.

This was quite a blow to my family. My kids even cried and demanded that the restaurant hold a goodbye party. Alas, it is not to be. Kosushi / Pasta Vino (yes, it's a hybrid sushi/italian restaurant) is no more.

True, there's a kosher Subway opening around the corner, but it's just not the same.
Why can't you just eat at a regular subway and not order cheese?
big ben - first, let me congratulate you on your speedy comment. Gotta be a record.

To answer your question more directly, the meat in question would not be kosher.

Here's a lot more info.
OK, I've seen some weird combos, but kosher sushi/italian is def. the strangest. And I live in an area that has a lot of kosher type restaurants, too.

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