There were some 1,500 of them in the city in the 30s; now there are about 20. The new breed has some of the same food, but everything else is gone. "The problem is that you dont have spaces for Jews to get together"
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Many of the guests, drawn by the promise of the best brisket in N.Y. and a chance to do some good, were neither Jewish nor Muslim