appetizing store

No More Schlepping

Shelsky's of Brooklyn offers a full range of fun and funky Jewish appetizing — no trip to Manhattan required.

Food and Wine Editor
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There was a time, in the dark ages of the past, when Brooklynites craving a quality whitefish salad or a heaping plate of kippered salmon had to delay the gratification, hopping the subway or piling into the car for a too-long trip to the Lower East Side. But since 2011, all that’s changed.

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Peter Shelsky in his new Cobble Hill shop. Lauren Rothman/JW
The salmon spread. Lauren Rothman/JW
Fun sandwich options. Lauren Rothman/JW
The Great Gatsby: salmon, honey mustard, cream cheese and onion on rye.
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