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  |  December 6, 2019

Making Yankee Stadium Kosher

Rabbi Naftali Marrus, who coordinates Restaurants and Catering for the OK Kosher Certification, speaks about how he set up the Kosher kitchen and system at the new Yankee Stadium. Full Story

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Ate at the booth
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Ate at the booth

Nothing against the OK, but the Kosher food at Yankee stadium is plain awful!

Also ate at the booth
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Also ate at the booth

Not only was the food awful it was not fresh It was overdone & extremely expensive.Next season I will bring my own food again.What happened to doing something right the first time?
120% or more mark up on each item is pure G’naivah!

#1&2 u must be red sox fans
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#1&2 u must be red sox fans

Ate at the stands, all american GREAT food, TY OK, the food. Was better than ok it was great

@ # 3
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@ # 3

Talking about Red Sox fans,

in the photo, to the right is none other then rabbi H. Krinsky from Boston, oy vey did i just say a bad word.

go go go
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go go go

naftali

go angels
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go angels
yanks fan
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yanks fan

I went to a game in a Legends suite seat. Crazy expensive. But the Kosher food in the legends restaurant was exceptional. When I was there there was fresh-carved prime rib, fried chicken, hot dogs, etc. It was as good as any NY kosher restaurant I have ever eaten in. Wonderful experience to be able to be at a game, and eat as well or better than the goyim.

kosher food
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kosher food

Anybody knows Rabbi Naftali Marrus phone number? Or a way how to contact him?

Legends food
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Legends food

Simply Amazing!! You must experience this if at all possible.

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