Food & Drink

An insane potato pancake for each night of Hanukkah

Published On 12/07/2012 Published On 12/07/2012

Nobody's gonna put baby in a corner after taking down Kutsher's Eight Nights of Latkes, mainly because baby will only be able to fit into wide open spaces. That's right: for each of the eight nights of the Festival of Electric Lights Because Candles Are Fire Hazards, the NYC outpost of the Catskills resort that inspired Dirty Dancing is unveiling a different, extremely non-traditional latke, unless you grew up celebrating the holidays with Jewish people from China.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
1. Kutsher's Tribeca 186 Franklin St, New York, NY 10013 (Tribeca)

The food at Kutsher's Tribeca is a blend of New American plates and updated Kutsher's classics, which means potato & leek knishes with house-cured pastrami & Emmentaler, matzo-crusted fried chicken, Friday night roast chicken with wild mushrooms & pretzel stuffing, and Catskill trout that's pan-roasted.