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There was pastrami on rye cut into quarters, spinach knishes and little black and white cookies laid out neatly on a buffet table.
Located in the former Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. space at the Hooks Village complex, the Essen Room is fueled by good old-fashioned values, starting with the onsite cooking of such deli staples as knishes, kreplach and kugel.
As the deli lights at Katz’s dimmed, noted guests, many who have been profiled by the magazine — Eliot Spitzer, Lena Waithe, Zachary Quinto, Jim Gaffigan, and Don Lemon — noshed knishes and rugalach.
Side dishes include potato knishes (brought in from the Bronx), spud salad, coleslaw, garlic sour pickles and zesty Israeli salad with tomato, onion, cucumber, parsley and lemon.
Early birds can attend the opening reception for the space’s two art galleries at 6:30 p.m., with complimentary wine and cheese plus kosher knishes from Schmoozers Catering.
Other items on the festival menu are pomegranate chicken, kugel, majadrah, salads, knish, latkes and challah.
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First Known Use: 1916See Words from the same year
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