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Monday, September 10, 2012

Break Your Yom Kippur Fast at Wise Sons Deli

Posted By on Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 7:30 AM

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  • Let them feed you: Evan Bloom and Leo Beckerman.

Break the Fast 5773

Where: Wise Sons Deli, 3150 24th St. (at Shotwell), 787-3354

When: Wed., Sept. 26, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Cost: $35 (purchase in advance via Eventbrite)

The rundown: Listen, if you're gonna have to fast for Yom Kippur, the least that can be done for you is to have a huge pig-out afterwards (though not necessarily with pork, depending on your level of dedication).

The thoughtful Jewish boys at Wise Sons have taken care of your post day of atonement meal with a buffet shmear featuring noshes such as veggie quiche, various kinds of smoked fish, noodle kugel, challah, bialys, bagels, and assorted pastries. (Hey, you'll be low on carbs and will need to stock up.) The neighboring Asterisk Gallery will be used to accommodate more famished folks than the restaurant alone can, so there's room for plenty of people who've just gotten off the air diet.

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