I was out for dinner last night with two of my friends. As an appetizer, we ordered a round of (delicious) chicken wings. Thinking that it was Sunday night, and I was missing football, I started wondering why there isn’t a kosher bar anywhere.
And don’t give me this Clubhouse Cafe crap. Not everyone can afford $10 drinks.
I’m talking about something else. A regular bar with 3-10 beers on tap, a bunch of tvs with sports on, and of course, kosher meat. It is so crazy to ask for chicken wings while watching my Niners lose?
Someone brought up that a bar’s biggest night is probably Friday. But I’m not asking for some frum establishment here. I’m not talking about a kosher bar here. I’m talking about a bar that happens to be kosher. Most of the clientele wouldn’t even know it was kosher. If 2nd Ave. Deli can be open on Shabbos, so can this place.
No pictures of the Moshiach. Bartenders wearing tank tops. Pastrami Burgers. That’s all.
Seriously, does this exist? And if it doesn’t, can someone please get on this?
Pronounced: FROOM (oo as in hook), Origin: Yiddish, devout or pious, generally used to identify someone as Orthodox, or strictly observant of Jewish law.
Pronounced: KOH-sher, Origin: Hebrew, adhering to kashrut, the traditional Jewish dietary laws.