If you love the delights from New York Jewish delicatessens, Chabad of Nashville foodie event may call to you.
On Sunday, February 11, from 1:00 – 5:00 PM, Chabad of Nashville will host a pop-up Kosher New York Deli packed with the tastes and aromas of authentic cuisine. This will be an opportunity for the Nashville Jewish community to enjoy sandwiches packed with one-quarter pound of authentic, kosher deli meat including pastrami, corned beef and turkey that are imported from New York.
It’s been years in the making. “Many people, have been asking us to do this,” said Rabbi Yitzchok Tiechtel in a press statement. “While a full-time deli is not feasible at this time, an occasional pop-up might be. We’ll see how this goes. The fastest path to the heart is through the stomach, and we want this to be a celebration of Jewish American culture for Jews and non-Jews.”
People can take their chances the day of the event but are urged to pre-order during the dates of February 1-7, to guarantee availability,
Sandwiches will be available on Sunday, February 11, from 1 to 5 pm for pickup or dine-in at the Chabad Center’s spacious Social Hall, which will be set up with tables for seating.
“This pop-up deli, is not ‘kosher style’ but the genuine article,” Tiechtel said. Make advance orders by visiting www.chabadnashville.com or calling 615-646-5750.
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