Monday, January 15, 2024

Orlando Magic 98 Knicks 94 at MSG Followed by Dinner at Mr. Broadway


It is a yearly tradition for the Knicks to play at the Garden on King Day, so I got tickets at a reasonable price, so we went to see the game.  The Knicks were certainly at a disadvantage since Jalen Brunson was out with an injury.  Julius Randle and Isiah Hartenstein were less dominant than usual, so the Knicks seemed flat. The Magic trailed by 11 in the third quarter and didn't have much going offensively most of the day. But they took charge midway through the final period and grabbed the lead for good at 90-89.  The final was 98-94 in favor of the visitors.

Lee and I decided to walk up to 38th Street to eat dinner at Mr. Broadway who bought the Manhattan location of Ben's Deli.  Mr. Broadway is Glatt Kosher, meaning their meat must come from an animal with adhesion-free or smooth lungs.  For that reason, it is more expensive than a regular kosher restaurant.  The food and the service were very good.  The new owners renovated the restaurant as you can see from the photo seen below.

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