New York

Russ and Daughters

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Cuisine: Bagels, Catering, Kosher, Sandwiches, Seafood

Price: $$

179 E Houston St # 1

New York, NY 10002 | See Map

Neighborhood: Lower East Side

(212) 475-4880

www.russanddaughters.com

Mon - Fri: 8AM - 8PM

Sat: 9AM - 7PM

Sun: 8AM - 5:30PM

At A Glance

  • Founded: 1914
  • Healthy Options
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Good For Kids
  • Breakfast
  • Catering
  • Delivers
  • Dinner
  • Lunch
  • Takeout
  • Vegetarian Options
Zagat
Russ and Daughters

quality

29

appeal

24

service

25

This family-run LES "landmark" dating to 1914 is in a "class by itself" thanks to the "new generation" there that's "keeping up the quality" with "drool-worthy displays" of "legendary offerings", notably sable and "lox to dream of", "herring perfection", "top-quality" caviar and more, from bagels and babka to dried fruits and chocolate; it's always a "mad scene", especially at holidays ("oy vey!"), but the counter folk are "super helpful", so "take a number" – "it's worth the lines" and "expensive" tab to "order some of the best" with a side of "history."

About the Restaurant

Russ and Daughters is located in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan and serves Kosher cuisine including Sandwiches, Seafood, and Bagels. Russ and Daughters does not accept advance reservations. Russ and Daughters offers delivery and offers takeout.

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