"A High Holy Call for Lox, and Old Hands to Slice It, at Zabar’s" By Corey Kilgannon October 8, 2016
from The New York Times.
Founded in 1934, Zabar’s is a New York institution, beloved by local residents and tourists alike. And its lox men are its stars. They attract a cultlike following, and for longtime regulars who lose revered cutters to retirement, the holidays are a chance to reunite with their favorites. Read the entire article here.