A new kosher downtown eatery features three kitchens and a variety of options.
There aren’t too many kosher restaurants where you can order a hot corned beef sandwich, and follow it up with a bagel smeared with cream cheese and lox. But office workers and tourists alike can do just that at the newest kosher eatery in the Financial District, the Milk Street Cafe.
Milk Street, a branch of an establishment that opened in Boston almost 30 years ago, features three separate kitchens — dairy, meat and pareve — almost a dozen different food stations, corporate catering services and seating for 150 people, all in a 23,000-square-foot “food hall.”
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