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Nearby Hotels
Here is a selection of hotels within walking distance of the West Side Jewish Center. No recommendation is implied. Comments are based on the Webmaster's brief visits and conversations with desk staff.
Today's modern hotels with electronic key entry present halachic challenges. Only one of these hotels (Carlton) provide rooms with physical key entry. All, however, expressed a willingness to have a bellman or concierge open rooms for shomer-shabbat (Shabbat-observant) guests. All had open staircases available to reach a room.
If you have stayed at a hotel in this area, and had a pleasant experience, please let us know at info@WestSideJewishCenter.org so we can include it here for other visitors.
Hotel Pennsylvania7th Avenue and 33rd Street(212) 736-5000Affinia Manhattan7th Avenue at 31st Street (866) 246-2203
This was the center for big bands in the 1930s as well as the place for buyers from the Garment District. The telephone number,“Pennsylvania 6-5000,” was immortalized by the Glenn Miller hit tune. A big place located opposite Madison Square Garden. www.hotelpenn.com - Reviews The most luxurious of the hotels in this list. Plush lobby and accomodating staff. Located on noisy 7th Avenue. www.affinia.com - Reviews
Hampton Inn Madison Sq Garden 116 W 31st Street nr 7th Ave (888) 254-0637 Hotel New Yorker 8th Avenue at 34th Street (866) 800-3088
Brand new, clean, 20-story hotel about 10-minute walk from the shul. An urban version of this popular motel chain. Reviews The closest hotel to the synagogue. We have frequently had visits by Israelis who stay here. Mixed reviews.
Hampton Inn 108 W. 24th Street near 7th Avenue (212) 414-1000 The Carlton Hotel 88 Madison Avenue at 29th Street (800) 601-8500
A very new and clean 20-story hotel in the Chelsea area, about a 20 minute walk from the synagogue. Reviews Meticulously renovated 100-year-old building in a quiet neighborhood about 20 minutes from the shul. Hi-tech amenities. Shabbos-friendly rooms on floors 2 and 3 with optional manual key entry available by reservation. Reviews
Comfort Inn 442 West 36th Street (877) 424-6423 Hotel Bedford 118 E 40th Street 1-800-555-7555
Located 2 minutes from shul on a deserted street near mouth of Lincoln Tunnel. Part of motel chain. Located near the New York Public Library and Grand Central Station in midtown, about 20-minute walk from the shul. According to one of our members, the hotel features optional key room entry. Reviews
Four Points By Sheraton Manhattan Midtown West 444 10th Avenue 855-811-0007

Local Kosher
Note: Several different kosher certifying organizations exist in New York. Please call the restaurant to obtain more information. Also, some restaurants label themselves "Kosher Style" or "Jewish." These may not have kosher certification. A comprehensive list of kosher restaurants is provided courtesy of Congregation Kehilah Jeshuran.
Meat
Abigael's on Broadway
1407 Broadway at 38th Street
(212) 575-1407
Colbeh Restaurant
43 W 39th Street bet 5th & 6th Ave
212-354-8181
Broadway Burger Company
1369 Broadway bet 36 /37 Street
(646) 864-0108
Eden Wok
43 East 34th Street
(212) 725-8100
Kosher Deluxe
10 West 46th Street
(212) 869-6699
La Brochette Steakhouse
340 Lexington Avenue (39th Street)
(212) 972-2200
Mendy's
34th Street at Park Avenue
(212) 576-1010
Le Marais - Steakhouse
140 West 46th Street
212.869.0900
Mr. Broadway
1372 Broadway
(212) 921.2152
Wolf & Lamb Steakhouse
10 East 48th Street
212.317.1950
Dairy
Tiberias
45 East 34th Street
(212) 481.4222
Pongal
110 Lexington Avenue
212.696.9458
Jerusalem Cafe
35 Est 36th Street
(212) 398.1475
Milk and Honey
22 West 45th Street
212.764.4400
Book Stores
Levine's Judaica
5 West 30th Street
(212) 695-6888
wwwlevinejudaica.com
 
Links

Know of an interesting Jewish website or online resource? Why not share it with us. Please write to info@WestSideJewishCenter.org

www.simpletoremember.com
One person's eclectic collection of essays, observations and multi-media clips on Judaism and links to other Jewish websites.
www.yctorah.org
Yeshivat Chovevei Torah - The rabbinical school founded by Rabbi Avi Weiss
www.edah.org
An organization whose mission is to give voice to the ideology and values of modern Orthodoxy and to educate and empower the community to address its concerns.
www.ou.org
Website of the Orthodox Union
 
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