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Monday, 21 Sivan, 5779
  |  June 24, 2019

    New Steakhouse is Hip, Kosher

    After a VIP opening night, Bison & Bourbon can safely be called Brooklyn's hottest kosher steakhouse (with a bar). Full Story, Photos, Video

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    wow
    Guest
    wow

    this food look fantastic!!!
    looking forward

    Where am I??
    Guest
    Where am I??

    I think you forgot to invite me! I don’t see my picture anywhere.

    lifelight 2
    Guest
    lifelight 2

    Hatzlacha Rabbah!

    Nice to see the waitresses dressed – in a manner that does not “distract” from the food, unlike the waitresses in “kosher” eateries in Montreal.

    mazel tov
    Guest
    mazel tov

    very nice, very high brow, it is about time hatzlacha

    Kashrut
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    Kashrut

    What Hashgacha is the meat?

    Hatzlacha
    Guest
    Hatzlacha

    Looks great, I’ll make sure to stop by when I’m in the hood!!

    love the waitresses modest tee
    Guest
    love the waitresses modest tee

    very sensitive. will definitely bring you Brochos

    hechsher and meat?
    Guest
    hechsher and meat?

    please inform

    seems nice
    Guest
    seems nice

    i invested in a few of these be careful with the overhead

    To # 3
    Guest
    To # 3

    You should put more thought into why YOU seem to get “distracted” in a “Kosher Eatery”. ???

    There may be a underlying issue you need to resolve before you you place blame on others.

    The MK (Montreal Kosher) is known to be very strict in all respects of Halacha as it applies to a food establishment. They go above and beyond their call of duty to make sure everything is done correctly. Not to mention, there are a few very well respected Lubavitch Rabonim serving on the board of the MK.

    Check you Tefilin and Mezuzos before making such brazen a statement.

    Was privileged to attend
    Guest
    Was privileged to attend

    Increible food surrounded by an astounding atmosphere, a real treat

    Dear #3
    Guest
    Dear #3

    U must be a sick minded individual.
    To go out to a beautiful Resturant with food that looks fantastic, and the only thing u can think about us how the waitresses dress?! Are u one of those people that cruise down the street with a measuring tape measuring girls sleeves and skirts?
    Keep your eyes where hey belong!
    What u need my friend is an INTERNET FILTTER.

    @cholentchef770
    Guest
    @cholentchef770

    I also have 10k followers on Instagaram and think I can cook. Why wasn’t I invited?

    Friend
    Guest
    Friend

    Looks inviting. Hatzlachah Rabbah on your new enterprise. Hope to visit soon Iy”H

    Will Crown Heights Lubavitchers be able to get . . .?
    Guest
    Will Crown Heights Lubavitchers be able to get . . .?

    Some Lubavitch-owned fleishig restaurants outside Crown Heights always make sure that there is at least something on the menu that is made from Lubavitch-hechsher meat (CHK, Montreal, etc.). Some examples are Casbah on the Upper West Side, and Pardes on Atlantic Ave. in Brooklyn.

    Will this new restaurant always have something for those of us who choose to stick to Lubavitch Hechsher meat?

    If not, will you always have fish and/or parve entrees included on the menu?

    will go back again
    Guest
    will go back again

    i was there and the food is amazing and great service

    Mazel Tov
    Guest
    Mazel Tov

    I wish you a lot of success, good on you.

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