If You Haven't Yet Been To The Museum of Jewish Heritage, You Must Go
The Jewish Heritage Museum is a living memorial to the Holocaust—and brilliantly leads you through one of the most difficult times in world history. The museum anchors the southernmost tip of Manhattan and has views across the water of Lady Liberty lifting her lamp and Ellis Island—the gateway through which millions flowed into this country seeking refuge. It's a wow. The museum was built in 1997, and has continuously brought love and light into our city through their many events, performances, and exhibits.
After experiencing the museum, head to Reserve Cut to unpack all of the emotions that doubtless came up together (and to enjoy a 5-star meal). This high-end Kosher steakhouse has just the right amount of lanterns spilling candlelight—creating the ideal warm, cozy atmosphere to reflect on how grateful you are to be safe and together, over a shared meal. Some must-orders include the seared hamachi, wagyu short rib steamed buns, and kimchi fried rice.
Musuem of Jewish Heritage
Musuem of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place, Manhattan
2nd Setai, 40 Broad Street, Manhattan