Hasidic woman runs own BK restaurant

Roth says people have misconceptions about the evolving Hasidic community.

Roth says people have misconceptions about the evolving Hasidic community. (12/12/14)

BROOKLYN - A Hasidic woman is creating her own unique path through cooking. 

Itta Roth is a chef at the hip kosher restaurant Mason and Mug in Prospect Heights. She's known for dishing out seasonal, artisanal and farm-to-table foods for her customers. 

Roth says that while she isn’t the typical Hasidic woman, people still have misconceptions about the evolving Hasidic community.  

Mason and Mug recently celebrated its first year in business. 

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