Taste of Jewish Culture Comes to Midtown on a Weekend
While most of you probably don’t want to be in Midtown outside of work hours, this awesome street festival organized by good friend of ML, Noah Arenstein, actually sounds pretty awesome. On Sunday, July 27, from 10am to 6pm on Madison Avenue between 47th and 48th Street, the Taste of Jewish Culture will take place – and best of all, it’s free and open to the public.
A list of food vendors is after the jump…
- Mile End
- Shelsky’s Smoked Fish
- Breads Bakery
- Baz Bagel & Restaurant
- Peck’s Homemade
- Brooklyn Seltzer Boys
- Dassara: Brooklyn Ramen
- Kossar’s Bialys
- The Pickle Guys
- Knish Nosh
…and a whole lot more! There will also be music… The Workmen’s Circle stage will feature Howard Leshaw’s Yiddish Swing Band, which combines American dance rhythms and style with lively Klezmer and Yiddish melodies, plus the jazz and klezmer fusion of Paul Shapiro’s Ribs & Brisket Revue as well as singer Rebecca Skolnick.
Honestly, there’s no better reason to make a trip on a weekend into Midtown, so be sure to check it out.
For more information, click here.