The Balaboosta of Mulberry Street

Cookbook author, restauranteur, chef, wife, mother. Meet Einat Admony.
08/18/2013 - 20:00
Jewish Week Book Critic

A century ago, the tenements of Mulberry Street were filled with Italian nonni, or grandmothers, who cooked and cleaned and shopped with a take-charge style and amazing skill.

Even The Hummus Is Haute

Israeli chefs here are pushing past the old cuisine boundaries. Fried olives with organic labneh, anyone?
08/17/2010 - 20:00
Staff Writer

 Einat Admony’s new Nolita restaurant could pass for any of the stylish new spots that dominate the downtown dining scene: there is the rustic-chic wood ceiling, the exposed glass kitchen, the linen-less tables surrounded by well-appointed book shelves. Then there’s the clientele: trendy women in Grecian-strap sandals and funky summer dresses; guys with plaid shirts, skinny jeans and thick plastic-frame glasses.

Einat Admony at her new Nolita restaurant, Balaboosta. Michael Datikash
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