TPG Explores Jewish vs. Israeli Culture in New York City

Apr 3, 2019

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In the latest teaser episode of our series “This Is New York?” TPG Travel Editor Melanie Lieberman and New York-based comedian Dan Fox go over some of the best spots to explore Jewish culture in the Big Apple.

No matter where you’re from, New York City is undeniably one of the biggest cultural hubs for Jewish people in the world. From Crown Heights to South Williamsburg in Brooklyn, to Katz’s Delicatessen and the Tenement Museum in the Lower East Side, there are vast numbers of places steeped in Jewish history throughout the five boroughs.

Which is why next Monday, you can tune in to watch Melanie visit Miriam, a cafe in Brooklyn, to get a taste of authentic Israeli cuisine.

And the week after, Dan will be exploring Jewish culture at Mile End Deli in Boerum Hill, a Montreal-inspired eatery to (hopefully) cook up some old-fashioned matzo ball soup.

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