November 30, 2009 – Two enterprising BLS students have made headlines recently by opening new restaurants in Brooklyn, one that specializes in brisket sandwiches and the other in pizza.
Part-time student Noah Bernamoff’s restaurant, Mile End, was featured in the New York Times Cityroom blog on December 4, 2009, and in the current issue of New York Magazine. Bernamoff, who is from Montreal, is a self-taught cook who experimented in his Park Slope apartment to perfect his smoked brisket sandwiches, pastrami’s Canadian rival.
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in the Brooklyn Paper.
Solomon Solomonov ’10, owner of Wi-Pie, a new pizza parlor on Remsen Street near the Law School, was quoted on BrooklynHeightsblog.com as saying his shop will offer the cheapest lunch option in the area, with most menu items under $5.00. Besides pizza, he will serve sandwiches, salads and cream cheese sticks, his special creation.
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Alumni have been thriving in food-related enterprises for many years. The cover story of the current issue of BLSLawNotes, “Food for Thought, Six Alumni Who Made New York a Lot Tastier,” profiles Stanley Zabar '56 (Zabar's); Irwin Cohen '58 (Chelsea Market); Jack Lebewohl '74 (Second Avenue Deli); David Liederman '75 (DJ Restaurant Group, Inc.); Lori Mason '99 (Klee Brasserie); and Mya Jacobson '03 (Feed Your Soul). The article was written by another alumnus, Andrea Strong ’94, a freelance food writer.
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