Israeli noshery Sherry Herring opens in NYC - with 'no Sherry and no herring'
November 5, 2021
(New York Jewish Week via JTA) — Imagine arriving at the Pastrami Queen but finding no pastrami, or showing up at Holy Schnitzel to find its signature breaded chicken cutlet off the menu.
To quote Tevye, sounds crazy, no? But that is exactly what will happen if you visit Sherry Herring, the Israeli eatery that recently opened on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. It is the first branch of the renowned sandwich bar in the port of Tel Aviv famous for — you guessed it — its herring sandwiches.
But for the moment, to quote Sherry Ansky, the driving force behind Sherry Herring, the New York...