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It's amazing seeing the reviews on Google lots of 5 stars and 1 star. Nothing in between. I'm inclined to think it might be hit or miss.

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So, finally got to Tabernacle.

Did not find the service overbearing. Totally had the space. Wasn't packed.

Service was fine, although there were a few things to nitpick. I was offered and asked for more bread at some point, but it never came. I had to remind the server after getting the main, that they skipped something I asked for on the menu that went along on it.

Ambience is very nice.

Drinks were good.

Beef tartare good. 7.5/10
Lamb rilettes good 8/10
Salad very good and unique flavor profile 9/10.

Filet mignon very good. 9/10
Surprise steak terrible 1/10. Toughest unchewable piece of meat I was ever served in a restaurant. I gave them this constructive feedback, but not as harsh.

Dessert.
Fondue. Great execution and overall. 10/10.
Donuts. Good. 6/10.

In summary, will probably eventually go back iyh, but think that Barnea and Reserve Cut are at a higher tier for the same price or slightly cheaper. They still need to iron out some things.

Wanted to add one more thing. For the price that the main courses are, you get a small piece of meat.

Also, there is no tipping choice. 18% is added on your bill whether you feel its deserved or not.

Just adding as I remember.
Fries. 3.5/10. Nothing to write home about. I commented that they tasted like fast food fries.

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I still can't wrap my head around this whole salad thing. How good can a salad be?!

No hype. It's just very good. Unique flavor and texture profile. No. It's not going to amaze and wow you. Just good and worth getting.

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So, finally got to Tabernacle.

Did not find the service overbearing. Totally had the space. Wasn't packed.

Service was fine, although there were a few things to nitpick. I was offered and asked for more bread at some point, but it never came. I had to remind the server after getting the main, that they skipped something I asked for on the menu that went along on it.

Ambience is very nice.

Drinks were good.

Beef tartare good. 7.5/10
Lamb rilettes good 8/10
Salad very good and unique flavor profile 9/10.

Filet mignon very good. 9/10
Surprise steak terrible 1/10. Toughest unchewable piece of meat I was ever served in a restaurant. I gave them this constructive feedback, but not as harsh.

Dessert.
Fondue. Great execution and overall. 10/10.
Donuts. Good. 6/10.

In summary, will probably eventually go back iyh, but think that Barnea and Reserve Cut are at a higher tier for the same price or slightly cheaper. They still need to iron out some things.

Wanted to add one more thing. For the price that the main courses are, you get a small piece of meat.

Also, there is no tipping choice. 18% is added on your bill whether you feel its deserved or not.

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A couple of weeks ago I got a call from an Israeli client (who purchased travel insurance from me) asking about coverage for COVID tests for his return flights from NY. I explained that no insurance covers COVID tests which are not medically necessary, and then told him that he can find places that will do the test for no charge. He responded by saying (paraphrasing) "when I left Israel the travel agent took care of everything, he sent me the COVID test along with the ticket. Don't they do the same here?"

ALOL

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COVID-19 Discussion Board / Re: Reopening For The Vaccinated
« on: June 16, 2021, 03:08:07 PM »

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Just Shmooze / Re: The Future of Lakewood
« on: June 16, 2021, 06:37:14 AM »
Didn't know there was a ghetto prewar.

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Just Shmooze / Re: The Future of Lakewood
« on: June 15, 2021, 11:15:08 PM »
What's Jewish about putting windows of houses facing each other, 5 feet from each other, and driveways sticking into other people's houses? What happened to מה טובו אוהליך יעקב and the countless takanas of Chazal against obstructing other people's views?

Yeah. I'm sure Jews in Warsaw and the LES lived less crowded. Not

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Just Shmooze / Re: The Future of Lakewood
« on: June 15, 2021, 08:57:37 PM »
Jewish life is booming. Amazing.

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Looks like YouTube recommended this video to everyone.

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Ok, so let's see if my wife will find a babysitter...

So no... :(

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General Discussion / Re: Kosher, Kashrus and Hechsherim Master thread
« on: June 09, 2021, 05:28:07 PM »
OU stopped certain products being bishul Yisroel due to covid accessibility issues, but did they ever announce it per product, or just took off the words from the label?

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Part 4 posted. Do these work?

https://www.instagram.com/p/CP4X-pDtLJi/
https://www.instagram.com/p/CP4juguNlkC/
https://www.instagram.com/p/CP5yG4ar3MM/
https://www.instagram.com/p/CP6OyfXNZqL/

The way the first paragraph is written, it sounds like that at least you didn't have to pay. I hope so at least.

Anyway, I fully trust your reviews from experience, so that doesn't matter.

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Ok, so let's see if my wife will find a babysitter...

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Looking on the latest reviews on Google. Ouch.
Looks like a big family was pissed off after eating out last night.

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Yalla, let's make teams!

From IG, it looks like Dan is on team "Tabernacle is the best thing."

Also, I hate the name. In Quebec, it's the highest form of a curse...

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So you know that they came to this conclusion because

I'm no expert, but if there were no reinfections within 6-12 months of initial infection, how does that prove that "Individuals who have had SARS-CoV-2 infection are unlikely to benefit from COVID-19 vaccination?" The only conclusion I can see coming from the study was the second half of the sentence, that "vaccines can be safely prioritized to those who have not been infected before," which isn't rocket science.

It's the other way around.
There has yet to be a single study AFAIK that infected individuals benefit from being vaccinated. Boosted antibodies yes, but no proof that it matters.

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