The Jewish Lower East Side

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In the early 20th century, the Lower East Side was home to the largest concentration of Jews in the world. Visit cultural landmarks from that period—such as the Eldridge Street Synagogue and the abandoned Loews Theater on Canal Street—on a walking tour of the area. Museum at Eldridge Street educator Mattie Ettenheim leads the trek, which also stops at prime noshing sites, including the Pickle Guys and Sweet Life candy store.

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Event phone: 212-219-0302
Event website: http://eldridgestreet.org
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