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  |  December 9, 2019

Boeuf, Bun Serves Artisan Burger

Slow cooked pulled beef, fried egg and chili burgers are just part of what the new Boeuf and Bun will serve customers in Crown Heights. Full Story, Photos

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Wow looks great.
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Wow looks great.

I’m thrilled to have an upscale and presentable fleishig place. Looking forward to visiting and becoming a new customer.

They will be taking
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They will be taking

Reservation on Monday they said lots of hatzlach looks great

Wow!
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Wow!

Love the ambiance and design! Much success!

Yumm!!!
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Yumm!!!

We’re coming to crown heights just for a burger!!!!
Look insane Tzemach!!!
Love Faigie and Shmully

Those wings!!!
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Those wings!!!

Look amazing!! Cant wait to try them!

Mamish Hashogocha Protis
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Mamish Hashogocha Protis

Punkt I mamish want to reteill a fine maaser vos is geven mit reb tzemach’l sheyichye.
He is mamish a finer bochur with such amazing middos toivois, even the malochim in shmayim are kvetching.
I vant to vish you much great success in your new burger joint and can’t wait to join you for a burger and chassidish shiur!!
-Reb Menel, Taf shin ayin hey

great place! Can't wait to be back!
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great place! Can't wait to be back!

The onion rings were awesome!!

So happy to see you fulfilling your dream!!
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So happy to see you fulfilling your dream!!

Go tzemach! Looks beautiful!

Yum
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Yum

Hatzlacha Rabah!!

Look fantastic
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Look fantastic

Look very forward to checking this place out when I am in CH next!

Just saying
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Just saying

Everything looks delicious, hope you have great Hatzlacha.
It’s about time we had a good flaishig restaurant in crown heights. The ombiounce looks Great except for the Blue chairs.

Looks amazing!!
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Looks amazing!!

Except for the “decedent freid oreos”, maybe have someone spell check your menu 😉

OMG my favorite stuff
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OMG my favorite stuff

So nice to see these places popping up in CH no need to schlep to Manhattan or Flatbush

nice
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nice

But why do we have to have dishes called “bacon”? Is that really necessary? Do we always need to tempt ourselves in our mind to eat what goyim eat and to feel we are doing so by ordering dishes with such names? That goes for pizza as well with fake pepperoni pizza and for sushi fake crab. Obviously it isn’t real and just made out of veggies/soy whatever. But its the concept and I never a liked the idea. Also when people get accustomed to something they tend to forget to draw the line between real and fake. But anyway… Read more »

Gluten Free?
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Gluten Free?

Do they have Gluten free options?

ephriam stock
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ephriam stock

i spy ephriam

FINALLY !!!!!!
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FINALLY !!!!!!

so excited for this

meat
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meat

whos hashgacha @ shchita

Re: Nice
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Re: Nice

The Talmud in Chulin 109 Omud Beis states that “all that the Torah prohibited, it has made something just like it permissible. It then lists several things, including pork, and then enumerates the items that are permisible that taste similar or have the same experience as the prohibited items.

No need to be more religious than the Talmud.

When does this place open?
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When does this place open?

Sounds amazing!! Much hatzlocha to the owner!! Where on Kingston is this located? What are the days and hours??

Tzemach is the best!
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Tzemach is the best!

Woohoo! Mazel tov Tzemach! We are so excited to come taste the whole menu…
So proud of you!
Love your fans in the Sydney,
The Markovits Family 🙂

Miss mensch
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Miss mensch

sounds delicious. Much blessings and success to you.

@nice – to say ‘when people get accustomed to something they tend to forget to draw the line between real and fake’ is the most ridiculous thing I have ever read and has NO basis what so ever to fact…… That’s like saying all vegetation will develop into meat eaters from eating meat substitutes.

Sholom Duber
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Sholom Duber

may Tzemach enjoy extreme success from this venture in the decades to come, may Boeuf and Bun Crown Heights be the first in of a chain of such excellent restaurants throughout North America, Israel and maybe Australia.

Mazel TOV TZEM
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Mazel TOV TZEM

so proud of you!!!
<3 friennnndss

Go Tzemach!8
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Go Tzemach!8

Mazel tov to TZEMACH from the gantze lederman extended mishpocha,Sydney and beyond

Very nice but, truly, no fake bacon needed…. Mazal tov!!!
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Very nice but, truly, no fake bacon needed…. Mazal tov!!!

Tzem, I don’t know you
but if I was your mom
I would be so proud of you….
Mazal tov!!!

The bacon's not fake
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The bacon's not fake

Bacon is a culinary term for any kind of cured meat — beef, lamb, or anything else. It’s the non-Jewish world that’s attached the term to treyf meats. As long as it’s cured meat from an animal, it’s bacon.

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