Local ingredients, international inspirations and house-made everything are the hallmarks of the new ultra-creative Jewish cuisine. Here are three places to find it.
By day, The General Muir serves reimagined deli favorites like a superb beet reuben; by night, they offer terrific small plates like Israeli flatbread with stewed lentils. thegeneralmuir.com.
Matzo-ball soup gets upgraded with luscious bone marrow, and smoked salmon is transformed into tartare at DGS Delicatessen. dgsdelicatessen.com.