The oldest Jewish bialy and bagel shop in New York City is being rescued by two Muslim cab drivers â€” and they plan to keep it kosher.
Lender’s father, Harry Lender, immigrated to United States from Lublin, Poland, in 1927 and opened what would become Lender’s Bagels that year in an 800-square-foot bakery in New Haven.
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