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Blue Moon Hotel

Blue Moon Hotel
100 Orchard Street
212.533.9080
www.bluemoon-nyc.com

The new and much-celebrated Blue Moon Hotel on Orchard Street is destined to become a legend just as the 22 celebrities the guest rooms are named after. The hotel, an outstanding architectural structure, is centrally located on a museum block which more closely represents a back lot from MGM.

 

Howard Johnson Express InnGem Hotel SOHO
135 East Houston Street
212.358.8844
www.thegemhotel.com

This New York City boutique hotel is conveniently located in the neighborhood of SoHo. This trendy Manhattan neighborhood is filled with chic art galleries, night club hotspots, world-famous restaurants, shopping and more. Spend an afternoon strolling the local neighborhoods and attractions.

 

Hotel on RivingtonHotel On Rivington
107 Rivington Street
(between Orchard and Essex)
1-212-475-2600 or 1-800-915-1537
www.hotelonrivington.com

Three and a half blocks to Kehila Kedosha Janina. New hotel on Lower East Side. State-of-the-art modern hotel with floor to ceiling windows offering spectacular views of Manhattan skyline. Continental breakfast included in price of room.


Thomson LES hotel

Thomson LES
190 Allen Street
(just south of Houston Street)
1-212-460-5300
www.thompsonles.com

Thompson LES, a luxury hotel, is the most recent addition to Thompson Hotels' portfolio. The hotel embodies the ultimate in clean, industrial New York with timeless modern style.

Jewish Food

Kossar's Bialys
367 Grand Street
877-4-BIALYS
www.kossarsbialys.com

Kossar's BialysThe oldest bialy bakery in the United States, Kossar's Bialys has been handcrafting its bialys, bulkas, pletzels and sesame sticks for over 65 years.

Pickle Guys
49 Essex Street
(between Grand and Hester)
nycpickleguys.com

Economy CandyWe make pickles from an old Eastern European recipe “just the way mom used to make them.” Storing them in barrels, from a day up to six months, the pickles cure as they sit. Along with pickles, we also brought back old traditional items such as: Pickled Watermelon, Cabbage Rolls, and Cabbage Heads.

Economy Candy
108 Rivington Street
(800) 352-4544
economycandy.com

Economy CandyOn the Lower East Side since 1937, Economy Candy is an old-fashioned, family-owned candy store that sells hundreds of kinds of chocolates, candies, nuts, dried fruits; including halvah, sugar free candy and of course all the old time candy you had when you were a kid.

Organic Avenue
116 Suffolk Street
(212) 334-4593
www.organicavenue.com

Organic AvenueOrganic Avenue offers Hemp & Organic Clothing, Raw Food Staple Products, Fresh Live Organic Produce, Gourmet Raw Dinners and much, much, more! All the products in the store are environmentally sustainable, as is the store itself.

Organic Avenue will soon be certified under the Orthodox Union (OU). This will be the first 100% organic store to be kosher certified in Manhattan.

Noah's Ark Original Deli
399 Grand Street
www.noahsark.net

Noah's Ark Original Deli In 1988, Noam Sokolow, a young entrepreneur with a gleam in his eye and a dab of mustard on his tie, opened Noah's Ark, a classic deli that made Teaneck, NJ's collective mouth water.

Today, the Noah's Ark family includes Noah's Ark Deli/Restaurant, Shelly's Vegetarian Café, a mail order business that ships gourmet frozen kosher food cross-country - even stunning, sky's-the-limit catering that has won accolades from heads of state.

Pushcart Coffee
(formerly Dora)
221 East Broadway
www.pushcartcoffee.com

Pushcart CafeRe-opened in December 2011 as Pushcart Coffee, Jamie Rogers keeps a quaint old world style to this new Lower East Side treasure.

Pushcart Coffee is a proud Corporate Sponsor of the LESJC and serves the best coffee in the Lower East Side!

Read more about them in the Lo-Down.

Shalom Chai Pizza
359 Grand Street (between Ludlow & Essex St)
212-598-4178
 

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