New York, NY, September 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- People look forward to holidays so that they can relax and enjoy their time off. The same thing is applicable for Jewish holidays, though they are a bit different from other secular holidays. Beside the Jewish holidays, there is also the weekly Shabbat, or Sabbath, observance. The upcoming Jewish holidays include Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot, Shmini Atzeret, Simchat Torah and Passover.
Unlike many other NYC kosher restaurants, Talia’s Steakhouse & Bar will offer prepaid meals during the Jewish holidays and Shabbat to be served even at Talia’s outdoor café, weather permitting. For thirteen years, Talia’s Steakhouse has been the premier kosher restaurant in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, ensuring its customers an enjoyable kosher experience during the Jewish holidays. Furthermore, as a kosher steakhouse, Talia’s offers the best quality prime cuts of kosher steak during lunch and dinner. Additional dishes such as Moroccan salmon, chicken marsala and even vegetarian entrees are available for those who prefer not to eat red meat.
For the holiday of Sukkot, Talia's will build a large sukkah around its sidewalk cafe, where one is required to eat during the holiday. Talia's will not only be serving prepaid, prix fixe holiday meals, but will also be open for all of Chol Hamoed Sukkot with regular a la carte menu. Prepaid meals will once again be served for Shmini Atzeret & Simchat Torah. View a quick video of what you can expect from Talia's on Sukkot: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjXD2Yf1Nb8
Talia’s is not just any kosher restaurant in NYC. In addition to providing its customers with amazing kosher dining, Talia’s also accommodates its guests with the traditional customs of Jewish holidays by placing Kiddush wine, challah, prayer books and a copy of the appropriate blessings for each guest. Customers may also light candles before the start of the holiday or Shabbat if they wish. Since everything is prepaid, no walk-in customers will interfere with the spiritual atmosphere of the holiday dining experience.
Guests will also be able to enjoy their Shabbat or Jewish holiday meals at Talia’s beautiful sidewalk café, where they can eat delicious Glatt Kosher dinner or lunch under the sky along with their favorite cocktails from Talia’s full bar. Not too many other kosher restaurants on the Upper West Side of Manhattan offer this wonderful opportunity.
As a Glatt Kosher restaurant, Talia’s Steakhouse is subject to rabbinic supervision and its kosher certification gives them certain specific guidance as to how to conduct prepaid Shabbat and holiday meals in accordance with strict Orthodox Jewish laws. As a result, Talia’s requires its guests to prepay for the meals prior to the time of the commencement of the Jewish holiday or Shabbat. Furthermore, each customer will have a copy of a prix fixe menu at their table upon their arrival to the restaurant and he will have a selection of beef, chicken or fish to choose from as an entree. The a la carte menu is not permissible during Shabbat and certain holidays, since one cannot start cooking during Shabbat. All dishes are precooked. All Shabbat and holiday foods are cooked in deep pots with lots of liquid and vegetables to keep them moist and fresh. On certain holidays that do not fall on Shabbat, on-the-spot grilling is allowed. As mentioned above, no walk-ins are allowed and no exchange of money takes place.
Furthermore, Talia’s Steakhouse is one of the great kosher romantic restaurants in New York with candles and roses on each table, ensuring a lovely experience for any couples wishing to dine during Shabbat or Jewish holidays. Jewish travelers and tourists visiting NYC are encouraged to attend Talia's Glatt Kosher Shabbat and holiday meals. Many affordable hotels are located within fifteen minutes walking distance from Talia’s Steakhouse, so there is no need for transportation during Shabbat or the Jewish holidays. For example, the Hotel Newton and Days Inn are within four minutes walking time. Likewise, shuls, or synagogues, as well as other Jewish organizations that offer services are within short walking distance.
Talia’s is also great for anyone looking for group dining of large parties. The entire restaurant can also be rented out for Shabbat and holiday meals, as organizations such as Chabad of the West Side and Columbia University have done for special events. Other individuals and families have rented out the entire restaurant for parties such as bar mitzvahs, aufrufs, sheva brachot, etc. Also, as an established Manhattan kosher caterer, Talia’s Steakhouse can provide off-premises kosher catering to hotels and shuls located in the New York Metropolitan area. Delivery and takeout of Shabbat and holiday meals are available as well.
For further queries and information, feel free to visit the website of Talia’s Steakhouse & Bar:
Talia's Steakhouse & Bar
NYC Kosher Restaurants
668 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10025