Each person in New York City, or as it is called the Big Apple would take about 46 years, if not more to try and visit all the restaurants offered by this inspiring city of America. New York is a place where every day, at all times, are created new trends and culinary fashion. It is a city that has a minimum of 17,000 restaurants and delights all lovers of gastronomy and different cuisines of the world.
Imagine that every day you go from restaurant to restaurant, but do not enter the same restaurant twice. Quite interesting and challenging, right?
We take you through a small part of the scene of restaurants that New York offers. We share experiences that may assist you when visiting The Big Apple.
First in the line is a kosher bakery that has been present on the market for more than 40 years. It is called Zomick’s Kosher Bakery. Zomick’s is located in Cedarhurst and delivers its baking goods all over the New York area. The bakery is best known for its delicious kosher food made with high-quality natural ingredients and following strict Jewish dietary laws. This family-owned business has been passed down from own generation to another ever since it was established back in 1966.
The reason why Zomick’s kosher bakery was open in the first place was because of the real, growing demand for kosher food, and until this day, that and their love for food remains the sole reason why it exists.
As the years went by, the kosher demand kept on increasing as more and more Jewish people were settling down in New York. After some time, Zomick’s kosher bakery had to expand its business and offers. However, they were able to keep their old taste of tradition as well as the cozy, welcoming atmosphere. Until this day the bakery is known for its original, century-old recipes.
Today, Zomick’s bakery has a wide selection of pastries and other baked goods, including but not limited to challah bread, knishes, cakes, cookies, pies, and loaves. Their talented bakers create authentic Jewish-style and European bread as well as delightful desserts that are well-known all over NYC. Armed with many years of experience, this bakery is certified to produce and serve food that is Kashrut and is certified by the New York City Rabbinical Council.