Smokey Joe's Still Has Some Tables Open For Hot P'Strami Event
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Smokey Joe's owner Joe Godin said there are still some tables open for reservations for Saturday night's musical guest performance at the kosher BBQ restaurant.
Yale Strom and his band Hot P'Stromi missed out on performing at the Teaneck eatery last year due to a snowstorm, but they're set to amaze dinner guests with their mix of Gypsy, Jewish, Hasidic and Balkan music at 8 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday.
"Hot P'Stromi and Smokey Joe's go together like that other favorite combination – smoked lox and bagels," said Godin. "Yale is going to be rocking the house with his klezmer band while we dish up our BBQ specialties this Saturday night."
Call the restaurant to reserve a table. There will be a $5 cover charge per guest.
TWO TEANECK COUPLES MARK ANNIVERSARY MILESTONES
Marking their 50th anniversary on Nov. 27 were John and Joan Grande. The couple have lived in Teaneck for 37 years, according to the posting.
Celebrating their 55th anniversary recently were Ludwig and Loretta Lightburn.
Congratulations to both couples!
The 11th annual Chopstix party to benefit Tomorrows Children Institute at Hackensack University Medical Center will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Moose Lodge in Teaneck. Admission is a new, unwrapped toy for the young patients.
Chopstix owner and party host Councilman Elie Y. Katz said anywhere from 400 to 500 people attend the party each year.
"This is our 11th year, and we collect a lot of toys for the kids at Hackensack University Medical Center," Katz said. "Many administrators and families and patients at Hackensack University Medical Center attend the party."
The Teaneck restaurants that will be donating food for the evening include Chopstix, Dougie's BBQ, Pickle Licious, Chickie's and Poppy's Bagels. There also will be live music and entertainment. The Moose Lodge is located at 201 W. Englewood Ave.