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September 12th, 2013 · 9:22 am

Please note the holiday hours for the shop this week: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12: 9AM-8PM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13: 8AM-5PM (EREV YOM KIPPUR) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14: CLOSED FOR YOM KIPPUR SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15: 8AM-5:30PM    

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Category: Entertaining · Holidays · Hours · In Line · In the Store · Tradition
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In the shop: a new sign for the season

June 6th, 2012 · 3:51 pm

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Category: Events · In Line · In the Store
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Wishing You a Sweet New Year. Celebrate the High Holidays with Russ & Daughters.

September 19th, 2011 · 10:59 am

Dear Friends, Faster than we slice a half pound of sturgeon, the year 5771 (aka 2011) is coming to a close. As the Jewish New Year approaches in just a few short weeks, we’re gearing up for a busy High Holiday season here at Russ & Daughters, while savoring a look back at another year, [...]

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Russ & Daughters’ Caviar Express Line

December 31st, 2010 · 10:55 am

At Russ & Daughters, we use our 100 years of expertise to select the finest caviar and to approve each and every tin of the freshest, highest grade caviar that we pack by hand. Our caviar express line is open today. Come in to the store and head to the far end of the counter. [...]

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Following a Guide Book from Another Era: Paens to Sturgeon, Sonnets to Lox.

July 29th, 2010 · 8:00 am

Video from a recent visit to Russ & Daughters. Jennifer and Ben came to Russ & Daughters the other day for the first time, with tired feet, empty stomachs and a special book in tow. Originally published in 1959, the book was New York Places and Pleasures by Kate Simon. The 4th edition, which had [...]

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Category: customers · Family Business · History · In Line · In the Store · Notes From Another Generation · Russ Family · storefront · Video · Visitors
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Every Person in New York

September 26th, 2009 · 10:06 am

People at Russ and Daughters on Houston Street August 30, 3009. By Jason Polan. From the series “Every Person In New York.” It seems like every person in New York is at Russ & Daughters this weekend, picking up orders and watching as salmon is sliced at the counter. The shop is open from 9:00 [...]

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Category: Around Town · Friends & Neighbors · In Line · In the Store · Out and About · storefront · Visitors · While You Wait
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After Almost 100 Years, It Was Time for a Twitter

June 10th, 2009 · 11:30 am

After almost 100 years, it was time for a Twitter. Follow us at http://twitter.com/LoxPopuli Twitter has been great so far. We love hearing from Russ & Daughters fans and Lox Populi readers all over the world.  Note the exchange we had recently with swell website Foursquare (a site that encourages you to explore your city [...]

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Category: customers · Friends & Neighbors · In Line · In the Store · R&D To Do List · The Small Screen · Visitors · While You Wait
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Marco Pierre White’s Favorite Lunch Spot: The Russ & Daughters Counter

March 11th, 2009 · 3:50 pm

There was lots of buzz in the papers and on the blogs today about Chef Marco Pierre White. The Chopping Block, his new reality show, premieres tonight on NBC.  About halfway into Carla Spartos’s article, “Chop Chef,” in the New York Post is this gem: “No wonder White counts Russ & Daughters as his favorite [...]

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Category: customers · In Line · In the Store · The Small Screen
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Oprah’s Best Life and Her Writer’s Not-So-Perfect Day

January 14th, 2009 · 1:22 pm

In the January issue of O – The Oprah Magazine, columnist Lisa Kogan tells of her perfect day that starts at Russ & Daughters, leads to some curious words from another customer while waiting in line at the counter, and ends with a resolution to either “breathe in and let go” or, if none of [...]

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Category: In Line · In the Store · Press
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A Long Line? Woman Waits Since 1936.

December 30th, 2008 · 12:46 pm

Rose Zirolnik waited a long time. From 1936 until now, in fact. When she was a student nurse at Bellevue Hospital in the 1930s,  Rose often took orders from her program’s doctors and residents and then picked everything up at Russ & Daughters — in an ambulance! — on her way back from emergency calls.  [...]

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Category: customers · History · In Line · In the Store