Latest update: June 18th, 2012
YeahThatsKosher.com reports that Kosher Delight, the 28-year old establishment on Broadway between 36th and 37th street is scheduled to close on Sunday, according to rumors and the restaurant’s staff. This closing comes on the heels of two other recent closures/moves in the midtown area, J2 Pizza and Clubhouse Cafe.
According to the website, Kosher Delight has recently been charged with violations of the City’s health code. During the most recent inspection, last month, seven violations were identified, according to the NY Restaurant Report. Two were classified as minor, and five major.
On its previous inspection, the restaurant received a deduction of 12 points and a grade of A, and had 4 violations. Over the four years for which we have published records, Kosher Delight has been written up for 49 violations.
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