Visit the Museum's restaurant LOX at Café Bergson, showcasing a fresh take on traditional Jewish foods.
One of the only kosher restaurants in Lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City, Financial District, and Tribeca neighborhoods, LOX offers Jewish and Russian cuisine of high quality to New York City residents and visitors.
Visiting the Statue of Liberty? Make it a day of New York City experiences and get lunch, an early dinner, or a snack before or after at LOX at Café Bergson.
Located on the second floor of the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, LOX is situated overlooking New York Harbor. Enjoy spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Hudson River, the Verrazanno Bridge, and the Garden of Stones, a landscape artwork created by renowned artist Andy Goldsworthy.
Chef and Owner
Chef and owner David Teyf brings tradition to the forefront, highlighting the natural beauty of his ingredients, just as his grandfather did.
Offering different varieties of house-cured salmon, other options include whitefish salad, deviled eggs, borscht, egg salad, grilled cheese, and various bagel and cream cheese sandwich options. Less common fare such as matzoh babka are recipes handed down to Mr. Teyf from his grandfather. Sweet entrees such as blintzes and challah French toast are local favorites.
Dessert isn’t overlooked, either. Treat yourself to babka, black and white cookies, and Russian coffee cake.
This kosher dairy restaurant also offers a to-go menu of sandwiches and desserts.
Looking for a high-end Glatt Kosher caterer in Lower Manhattan? LOX caters to events large and small in the Museum. David Teyf’s hospitality group Madison and Park can help with events offsite.
A sample of reviews from LOX visitors:
“Everything from food to the people is amazing! The food really gave me the Russian Jewish vibe. The wait staff are so nice and were able to accommodate my Russian speaking family. And the chef was very knowledgeable and went to Cordon bleu. 100% recommend!”
“We went for the Aushwitz exhibition at the Battery Park Museum of Jewish Heritage museum, before our visit we stopped at the Lox Cafe on the second floor. We were fortunate enough to meet David, the executive chef who suggested to allow him to put together a table. Wow!!! My kids, my mother and I were so impressed with the service and the delicious experience. Thank you!!!!! Amazing!”
“This place was great. Seating overlooks the Hudson and you get a really nice view of the Statue of Liberty. We ordered the Lox 5 ways. The presentation was really fabulous. The chef came out and actually took the time to explain how each fish was prepared. The food was really high quality and very flavorful. The lox 5 ways is great for sharing for 2-4 people. The chef even came to our table after we were done to make sure everything was to our liking. Next time I’ll be sure to try a dessert since they make it all in-house.”