Noah’s Ark

Noah’s Ark Deli on Grand is Officially Kaput

Posted October 25, 2013 at 6:00 am

Noah’s Ark Deli joins the long, albeit distinguished list of fallen Lower East Side Jewish joints. It was the last full-service kosher restaurant in the neighborhood. Other delis, like Katz’s, are merely kosher-style. Despite numerous promises to the contrary by front office workers, the ten-year-old eatery is kaput. Their situation down at 399 Grand Street […]

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Noah’s Ark Deli Still Closed, Promises to Reopen at Month’s End

Posted October 3, 2013 at 6:02 am

It’ll be yet another dark month at Grand Street, where Noah’s Ark Deli has been closed since the Jewish holidays began in early September. The sidewalk sukkah came and went, but still no reopening. This despite a sign in the window that promised September 28 as the date. Religious residents seem pissed. Just the other […]

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Noah’s Ark Deli Says It Will Reopen at the End of the Month

Posted September 19, 2013 at 6:00 am

The dwindling Jewish Lower East Side east of Essex could be losing a rock of a food haven. Or, shall we say, ark. Noah’s Ark Deli closed before Rosh Hashanah earlier this month, and hasn’t reopened its doors since. Panic spread through the Jewish community. However, our calls to the Teaneck HQ reveal that the […]

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Noah’s Ark on Grand Unveils “Hello Melo Burger”

Posted February 25, 2011 at 6:28 am

Everyone’s getting in on the Carmelo Anthony fever, including Noah’s Ark at 399 Grand Street.

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The Slow Death of the New York Deli

Last modified December 3, 2009 at 5:58 pm

Today, The Independent (UK) takes a look at the slow death of the New York deli.  While Katz’s holds on by a thread in its threatened Ludlow Street location, others weren’t so lucky.  The article explores how such an icon of Jewish, and city life in general, remains under fire by skyrocketing rents and community […]