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Across the street from the SoHo Grand, Jezebel is a glamorous restaurant to saunter into for drinks or a meal. There's no obvious indication that it's kosher, and that's the idea. It happens to be kosher, right through to the wine list. Stylish owners Henry Stimler and Menachem Senderowicz set out to change the face of kosher dining and have created a vibrant spot unlike any other in the City. Whimsical references to Jewish icons bedeck the walls upstairs and down (Woody Allen at the Last Supper, Paul Newman and Elizabeth Taylor in an embrace, Barbra Streisand masquerading as a Vermeer model). The menu is non-dairy but not for vegetarians, featuring Jewish Italian wedding soup with chicken meatballs and lemon oil, orange glazed duck breast and confit leg with roasted fennel and walnuts, and a hearty selection of steaks and chops.