The Brooklyn Museum has gone kosher!
Starting Wednesday, Feb. 10, the museum’s BKM Cafè is offering a slew of Glatt kosher items to its menu.
Wolf and Lamb, an upscale kosher steakhouse and caterer based in midtown and Brooklyn, will be providing the OK-certified eats, which will ingredients sourced from the Union Square Market.
BKM Café’s kosher menu will change, but the current offerings include a grilled chicken breast wrap with beef bacon and truffle mayo, a vegetable tuna sundried tomato wrap, seasonal market salad and peanut butter cookies served with soy milk.
The Brooklyn Museum is now officially “the first encyclopedic institution in the tri-state area to serve kosher meals,” according to a news release.
BKM Cafè will serve kosher meals on Saturdays, a day when many Crown Heights kosher restuarants are closed.