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Our Tip Jewish appetizing store that's one of the last of its kind. Your go-to source for every kind of smoked and cured fish, caviar, whitefish salad, and more.
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A Sandwich A Day: The Yum Kippered at Russ and Daughters

A Sandwich A Day: The Yum Kippered at Russ and Daughters

With Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of atonement, starting today at sundown, I found myself being called to Russ and Daughters for some smoked fish--after all, the traditional meal to break the Yom Kippur fast is a bagel brunch. At least it is in my family.

Visiting NYC? Where to Eat in New York, The Best Restaurants And More

Visiting NYC? Where to Eat in New York, The Best Restaurants And More

Once a week or so, the question pops up in the New York talk boards: "I'm coming to the city for two days. Where should I eat?" It's a question so open-ended that it's tough to answer. But our fair city has so many visitors that we figured it was high time to put out a little guide. So here's our guide to eating in New York: whether you're traveling solo or traveling with kids, up for adventuring or not leaving Midtown.

It's Your Last Chance for New Catch Holland Herring at Russ & Daughters

It's Your Last Chance for New Catch Holland Herring at Russ & Daughters

This year's season got off to a late start and is now drawing to a close, so take note: if you want some of Russ & Daughters' 2013 supply of new catch Holland herring, now's your chance. In the know herring lovers: hurry! Herring novices, or those who think they don't like herring: this is your introductory fish.

A Sandwich a Day: Pastrami Russ at Russ & Daughters

A Sandwich a Day: Pastrami Russ at Russ & Daughters

On first bite it's a dead-ringer for pastrami on rye, but the clean-tasting lox lacks the slick heaviness of pastrami's beef fat. That means you can take down one of these sandwiches without having to take a nap afterward, and you don't need to sacrifice an ounce of salt, spice, or smoke in doing so.

Family Coming to NYC? Take Them to These Restaurants

Family Coming to NYC? Take Them to These Restaurants

When it comes to eating with family, you want a place that's reliable, reasonably affordable, and low on hassle. There's plenty to worry about before a big holiday. Where to eat dinner on the nights before or after shouldn't be one of them. To that end, here are some solid restaurant options good for eating out with the folks.

Where to Get Rugelach in New York City

Where to Get Rugelach in New York City

New York City's rugelach offerings are as diverse as the city itself. We visited 14 of the most recommended bakeries and found some real gems that would be perfect for a snack or your holiday table.

Where to Buy the Best Macaroons in New York City

Where to Buy the Best Macaroons in New York City

Macaroons in New York City are arguably as celebrated and as critiqued as the classic dollar pizza slice. They come in all shapes and sizes; some made with coconut, some with nuts, some formed into sandwiches with cream fillings. As Passover approached, we set out to find New York's best coconut macaroons. Here are our results.

The Serious Eats Glossary of New York Bread

The Serious Eats Glossary of New York Bread

Good bread lies at the heart of New York City's culinary life. Sure, other cities also have their loaves (San Francisco sourdough and Dutch crunch, Boston and its brown bread) but New York's bread culture runs as deep and diverse as the history of our town.

Russ & Rye: [Re]Building the Jewish Bakery Tradition

Russ & Rye: [Re]Building the Jewish Bakery Tradition

For the last four decades, the narrative of Jewish bakeries in America hasn't been a positive one. It consists mainly of bakers retiring, stores closing, and the link between Eastern Europe's great bread-baking traditions and us eroding by the day. But that's starting to change.

12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving? We asked our contributors around the country this very question. Here are their egg, bacon, and cheese-loaded answers.