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The Continuing Saga Of Mike’s Kosher Steakhouse

In a previous post, we parenthetically asked whatever happened to the whole Mike’s Kosher Steakhouse story. Well, It’s been over a year since Mike’s Kosher Steakhouse was shut down under a cloud of allegations — co-owner Mikel Domgjoni was arrested for attempting to molest an 18 year old waitress, and co-owner Nasser “Nando” Ghorchian accused […]

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Kosher Steak Drama Continues

The Brooklyn Paper reports that Mike's Kosher Steakhouse closed over a dispute between owner Mikel Domgjoni and his partner, nabe restaurateur Nando Ghorchian, over back rent. While Domgjoni hurls accusations of anti-semitisim at his partner in the article written by Christie Rizk, Ghorchian won't hear it telling the writer, "This is total bulls—t. I was […]

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Lilah Tov Mike’s Kosher Steak

Many BHB readers have emailed and commented to us today that Mike's Kosher Steakhouse on Clark Street has covered up its windows and appears to be out of business. The business seemed doomed from the start, opening in one of the nabe's many "cursed" locations, 52 Clark Street.  When the restaurant opened, BHB commenter Annulla […]

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Brooklyn Papers Gives Kosher Steak Thumbs Up

In this week's Brooklyn Papers, Tina Barry gives a positive review to Mike's Kosher Steakhouse at 72 Clark Street. The article also tells us that the restaurant is now officially Kosher, not Kosher style.  Brooklyn Papers: Almost Nana's: We ordered several appetizers, and when they arrived, our table looked like a buffet in a Catskill's […]

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Daily News Covers Kosher Steak House

New York Daily News: Kosher Dining Now Reaches New Heights: Mike Domgjoni says his new Brooklyn Heights restaurant is doing well at night, drawing customers from the surrounding neighborhood for dinner and drinks. Lunchtime is a different story, but Domgjoni thinks he's found a way to get larger crowds – a rabbi who inspects the […]

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Will Kosher Steak Beat Clark Street Curse?

We received this cell phone photo of the former La Citronelle/Clark Street Station restaurant site. The sign in the window reads “Kosher Steak House coming soon”. While it’s true that 72 Clark Street’s last incarnation — a ridiculously ill-conceived sports bar — was destined to fail, chatter in the nabe points to something more supernatural […]

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Not Kosher on Clark Street

Some disturbing news from Mike's Kosher Steakhouse as reported in today's New York Post: NY Post: Unkosher Sex Rap vs. Deli Man: A well-known Brooklyn kosher deli owner was busted for allegedly forcing himself on an 18-year-old waitress in the basement of his new eatery – and then calling to harass her after she quit, […]

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How Kosher is Kosher?

Nabe journo Walter Ellis writes about his kitchen renovation, his neighbor’s renovation halted when the Orthodox Jewish contractor refused to work with a German architect, and other existential issues in his column in the Belfast Telegraph.  One passage brings news of happenings at Mike’s Kosher Steakhouse: Round the corner from our apartment in Brooklyn Heights […]

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New Steakhouse Part of Pricey Trend

Mike's Kosher Steakhouse on Clark Street has received some press as of late, however today's coverage in the New York Times is not due to its tasty menu but rather its dubious distinction of being part of a new trend at NYC eateries — skyhigh prices. New York Times: Entrees Reach $40 and Sorry the […]

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Is it Over Yet? 2008 in Review: July – September

The Third Quarter of 2008 was not only chock full o’ news, it also marked the highest traffic in BHB history more than doubling the audience the site had in Q3 2007.  Here are the stories the held Brooklyn Heights’ interest:

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