Traditional Jewish Appetizing Fare at Shelsky's Smoked Fish in Brooklyn (Up to 66% Off). Three Options Available.

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Fish haven stocks traditional Jewish eats, such as house-cured salmon, whitefish & pickled herring & assembles massive party platters

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Promotional value expires Sep 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for delivery or catering. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for holidays. Must place Friday, Saturday and Sunday platter orders by Thursday. Must place Monday-Thursday platter orders 24hr in advance. Food prepared kosher-style, not kosher. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Smoked cuisine lets diners taste the flavors of smoldering embers without having to dive mouth-first into an active volcano. Save your tongue from third-degree burns with today’s Groupon to Shelsky’s Smoked Fish in Brooklyn. Choose from the following options:

  • For $10, you get $20 worth of traditional Jewish appetizing fare.
  • For $20, you get $45 worth of traditional Jewish appetizing fare.
  • For $55, you get the Smoked Goodness platter which serves 6–8 people (up to a $160 value).<p>

Shelsky’s Smoked Fish’s kitchen crew preserves time-honored traditions as it crafts updated takes on Jewish smoked fish and meats, earning a feature in the Brooklyn Paper and Serious Eats. Owner Pete Shelsky combines fish cured in-house with authentic fare sourced offsite, including pickles from Guss’, bagels and bialys from Kossar’s, and deep-fried Russian literature from Tolstoy’s. Patrons can peruse the shop’s stock of Jewish fish and dairy products, also referred to as appetizing, which include house-cured gravlax ($11.99/quarter lb.) and hot-smoked Door County whitefish ($19.95/lb.). Guests can also expand on traditional horizons with the house-cured clementine- and ginger-cured salmon ($11.99/quarter lb.), which the South Brooklyn Post reports was inspired by Shelsky’s two daughters, Clementine and Ginger. Patrons can also opt to carry out stacked sandwiches, such as the traditional lox-and-bagel Member of the Tribe ($9) or the Brooklyn Transplant ($11), which layers kippered salmon, apple horseradish, and pickled-herring salad between pumpernickel bread for a culinary construction more appealing to the tongue than a bridge made out of popsicles.

Cured-fish aficionados can share a traditional bounty with friends, family members, and fun-loving golems with the Smoked Goodness platter, which comes loaded with fare and fixings. Guests can collectively gorge themselves on a feast of gaspe nova, whitefish, and hot smoked salmon accompanied by capers, lemons, and sliced red onion. Sturdy bagels and bialys along with scallions and cream cheese courageously accept the burden of the pescatarian fixings.

Customer Reviews

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Melanie C. · September 9, 2012
Thanks for a great product! You've been a great addition to Smith Street. Whenever my family visits from out of town, the first thing they request is a quick stop into Shelsky's.
Anna F. · September 6, 2012
Bought two types of smoked salmon - both very delicious. Was proud to be able to share with family visiting from out of town - they agreed best salmon they had had.
Suneela · September 4, 2012

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