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#21 Kalashnikover_Rebbe

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Posted 06 January 2011 - 06:11 AM

I also MUCH preferred Nachas' list to Shamash... :pardon:
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#22 Tova

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Posted 06 January 2011 - 10:31 AM

Koshertopia, formerly kosher-ny isn't too bad. You have to filter for appropriate hashgachot.
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#23 Geshmak

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Posted 07 January 2011 - 01:44 PM

I may be coming to Ny in the summer. Where are there shuls with regular minyonim in Manhattan in the summer?

Is there anywhere i can see it online? Also is there a big selection of places to eat? I know places like Dougies, J2 and Cake K. Anything else.

All help would be appreciated.


There are Shuls with regular Shabbos and weekday minyonim through-out most of Manhattan, see websites below, and most particularly where more Jews live (such as the West Side, 60's through 90's), as well as weekday mincha minyonim through-out the midtown and downtown business areas.

These sites are helpful:

http://www.minyanmaps.com/
http://www.godaven.com/




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