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Kosher Deli and beyond from “Epsteins of Hartsdale”


“Epstein’s” has been serving traditional Kosher food in Westchester since 1943, forging a strong bond with the local community as well as deli-aficionados. The original owners passed on the restaurant to the DeGroat family, who have kept it a family-oriented business. Maintaining Jewish roots with a constantly evolving and updated menu, this restaurant has kept loyal customers for decades while courting the next generation of diners with their takes on courses that would never be seen in other Kosher delis.

With the look of a 1950’s diner on the inside, even down to the stools at the bar serving egg creme’s and the booth’s with that classic red cushioning, “Epstein’s” embraces and celebrates the origins of their restaurant. I was told to come to the place with an empty stomach, and I left not only feeling full but becoming a member of their family.
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