This was just the event I wanted to attend, but you know the saying, “man plans and G-d laughs”. That’s what happened when my 2 year old spiked a fever at 4:00 in the afternoon and my 1 year old son had a fever soon after. So, here I was at home dreaming about the delicious BBQ and “grilling tips” at Pomegranate in Brooklyn. I was very happy to hear that the event was a big success and over 200 shoppers from near and far tasted some delicious food, presented and prepared by the talented staff at Pomegranate.
The Pomegranate valet parking lot comfortably accommodated the attendees as they watched a live demonstration of BBQ techniques. Jason Beck, a Pomegranate chef, while the crowd savored the results.
Pomegranate is happy to provide our shoppers with the ultimate shopping experience,” says Mayer Gold, Pomegranate’s General Manager. From the time a shopper pulls into the valet parking, they receive an exceptional level of service while being presented with the highest quality and variety of products available. This is a dream come true. Frequent maintenance and re-stocking ensures that the store is kept in pristine condition, while knowledgeable Pomegranate employees roam the aisles in search of customers they can assist. Somebody pinch me! It is so great that Pomegranate gets what the customer wants.
From the time Pomegranate opened its doors less than a year ago, they have not only attracted the Kosher Brooklyn community, but shoppers from all over the tri-state as well as varying backgrounds have become regular shoppers. One woman explained that although she doesn’t adhere to the dietary laws of kosher, she still makes the one-hour trip from Brighton Beach because, “Pomegranate carries everything I’m looking for and am interested in.” This makes me so incredibly excited, as kosher food has had a bad rap for way to long. This is just one example of how the kosher food industry has made efforts to “cut the fat” out.
Keep an eye out for more semi-weekly events from Pomegranate this summer including celebrity chef visits, instructional cooking tips and a one year anniversary event in August. I am so going to be there!