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Kosher Chic

Joey Allaham is bringing kosher food into the mainstream

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Prime at the Bentley(Tablet Magazine)

Today on Tablet, Joseph Winkler reports on Joey Allaham’s kosher revolution, which is drawing in A-list celebrities in, Jew and Gentile alike.

For the past 12 years, Allaham’s now-iconic Prime Grill in Midtown has played host to countless high-powered business lunches, political meetings, and celebrations, bringing an endless stream of bold-faced names through the doors for a high-end dining experience. It’s been named the city’s top kosher restaurant for eight straight years by Zagat. Since then, Allaham has opened Solo (a Mediterranean-Asian fusion restaurant), Prime KO (a Japanese steakhouse), and Prime Butcher Baker (a gourmet food store).

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Kosher Chic

Joey Allaham is bringing kosher food into the mainstream

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