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.
1. Kutsher's Tribeca
186 Franklin St, New York, NY 10013
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.