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1407 Broadway (38th St. between Broadway & 7th Ave.),
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Abigaels on Broadway is a casual Victorian two-story restaurant that can seat up to 350 people and can host events that accommodate 400 people. The cuisine offers an array of eclectic modern American fare that is surprisingly Kosher. The restaurant has an impressive following that includes not only Kosher diners, but many non-Kosher clientele as well. Abigael's On Broadway is not only one of the largest restaurant-catering facilities in the tri-state area; it is also the largest, most gastronomically fascinating Kosher restaurant in the world.
The executive chef of Abigael's On Broadway is Jeff Nathan, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, a James Beard Award winner, celebrity chef/host of television's New Jewish Cuisine, (nominated for Best National Cooking Series) and a cookbook author. Chef Nathan has had a successful career with such innovative restaurants as New Deal and La Pentola Pazza. This renowned chef is on the cutting edge of modern American Kosher cuisine.
He is the executive chef of The Abigael’s Group, which includes Abigael’s and the Green Tea Lounge. At his restaurants, and on his television show, Nathan emphasizes the flavors of modern America while observing the laws of kashruth. He is setting the new standard for Kosher cuisine with his innovative dishes and presentations. His latest venture has been to advance into the catering field. With Jeff Nathan Events, Jeff offers individualized services.
Nathan’s career in New York City has included the famed New Deal, where he worked and co-owned this well-known establishment for fourteen years at the SoHo and West Village locations. New Deal hosted the Annual Wild Game Festival for four months every year, and put Nathan on the map for bringing exotic meats into mainstream dining.
He is the chef responsible for bringing Wild Game to the forefront of American Cuisine in the 1980s, and for bringing Kosher Cuisine to mainstream American Dining in the New Millennium.
A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Chef Nathan continues to further his studies, allowing him to be accredited within the RCA - Research Chef’s Association. He is also a continuing member of several organizations:International Food Technologists Association, International Association of Culinary Professionals, and the James Beard Association.
Recently, Chef Nathan became the Director of Culinary Development for the Hain-Celestial Group. By working directly within the research and development branch, Jeff creates many of the new products on the market shelves at grocers such as Trader Joe’s.
An informative and infectiously enthusiastic teacher, Nathan received a James Beard Awards nomination for his work on New Jewish Cuisine for Best National Television Cooking Series. He has cooked at the James Beard House in New York City on many occasions. He was also the recipient of the James Beard National Chili Cook-off award for Abigael’s Venison Chili. Another highlight of Chef Nathan’s career being guest chef at the esteemed De Gustibus at Macy*s Cooking School, where he has taught to sold-out classes for the last several years.
His creative approach to cooking has been enthusiastically received, and Nathan has been profiled in articles in Time, Saveur, Chef’s, Art Culinaire and Food Arts. His Abigael’s acclaim has been noted in the New York Daily News, The Forward, The Jewish Press, The New York Jewish Herald, The Bergen Record, The New Jersey Jewish News, and New Jersey Star Ledger. The Boston Globe and The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and several others throughout the nation have featured articles on him. Chef Nathan has appeared on several television programs as a guest chef, including regular appearances on Live with Regis, The Joan River’s Show, Late Night with Conan O’Brian, Roseanne, TV Food Network’s The Best Of...Holidays, NBC and ABC News.
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