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A bountiful array of glatt kosher prepared foods, traditional and innovative, is the star attraction at Prime Butcher Baker, an elaborate new market created by Joey Allaham, who owns the Manhattan kosher restaurants Prime Grill, Prime KO and Solo. But there is also plenty for those who prefer to do the cooking. Read More →
   
If you can imagine a Dean & Deluca for the kosher set, then you’ll get the gist of Prime Butcher Baker, the new marketplace from Joey Allaham — owner of Prime Grill, Prime KO and Solo — which opens on Manhattan’s Upper East Side this Wednesday. Read More →
   
  Prime Hospitality Group offers a range of kosher dining with its Prime Grill, Prime Ko, and Sòlo restaurants, and when Prime Butcher Baker opens Wednesday, they'll make their kosher and parve offerings available to take home. The Upper East Side shop will specialize in dry-aged meats and parve baked goods; Prime Grill chef David Kolotkin will also offer prepared foods "with both Ashkenazi & Sephardic flavor profiles" to take away, a rep tells us. Read More →
   
Ideal way to experience this Middle Eastern Eataly: reserve the after-hours private table for an all-you-can-eat feast. It’ll be you, some friends, a chef of your choosing (they’ve got a rabbi-approved roster here on retainer) and free rein over a massive home-cooked menu. Read More →
   
On the east side of the avenue, between 81st and 82nd Streets, is Allaham’s sleek, 3,000 square foot emporium. With its dry-aged beef in the window, limestone exterior and extensive mix of Ashkenazic and Sephardic take-out food prepared by Allaham’s chefs, the newcomer would look right at home in Soho or Tribeca. Read More →
   
My granddaddy used to say that back in the day you could see a fine piece of kosher meat on any block in the LES. Steaks, too. These days you've got to take your business uptown to BB Prime, a kosher butcher/baker/grocer from the Prime Hospitality crew (Prime Grill, Prime KO, Solo) that deals in dry-aged meat and prepared foods of Ashkenazi and Sephardic persuasion. After hours, $3K turns the shop into a one-table restaurant seating 12. Read More →
   
Time Out says: Get kosher dry-aged meats, fish, breads and prepared foods at this Jewish specialty food shop. Read More →
   
Purim's a week away, but why not get the party started early with some hamantaschen, the tasty triangular-shaped cookies said to resemble evil Haman's three-cornered hat? The recently opened Prime Butcher Baker (1572 Second Avenue, 212-616-1502), a kosher market from the team that also owns Prime Grill, Solo, and Prime Ko, offers a fine version of the oft-crumbly cookie. Read More →
   
Flo Fab reports that Prime Butcher Baker, a new kosher butcher and prepared food shop on the Upper East Side, is set to open on Wednesday. And Urban Daddy adds that the shop will transform into a private chef's table/all you can eat feast for 12 after it closes to the public in the early evening. Read More →
   
Prime Butcher Baker, newly opened on the UES of Manhattan, is offering a vast menu of world flavors ranging from Moroccan style salmon to boneless stuffed capon with apricot farfel dressing. There are many salads and sides including items like hearts of palm salad and Lebanese potato salad. Read More →
   
There is now a fourth “Prime” location, Prime Butcher Baker. “BB Prime” is located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side at 1572 Second Avenue. The design is fresh and modern, but most importantly warm and inviting. The Prime Hospitality Groups restaurants can now be brought straight to your door. This is the new generation of gourmet shopping; you will be able to shop among the finest cuts of meat, fish, delicious home-style foods, and freshly baked pastries and breads.Read More →
   
Chef David Kolotkin, the corporate chef at Prime Grill and Prime Butcher Baker restaurants in New York, comes to the Good Day Café to make Peanut Butter Hamentashen. Hamentashen is a Jewish pastry usually eaten at Purim. Read More →