Mile End

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

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.

Bagel Rivals Agree To Agree

Most bagels everywhere stink, deli mavens say.
Special To The Jewish Week

Squishy, flavorless and uninspired.

Deli devotees and their gurus, gathered at The Brooklyn Kitchen to talk bagels. Lauren Rothman
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