Quality Kosher Catering Opens Carryout Restaurant

Quality Kosher Catering Opens Carryout Restaurant

OAK PARK — Leah Kohn and Executive Chef Michael Cusumano, owners of Quality Kosher Catering, have opened Kravings, a new deli, sushi, and carryout restaurant in Oak Park.

The restaurant, at 25270 Greenfield Rd., features an extensive selection of freshly prepared food for both takeout and dining in.

The carryout restaurant offers customers a full sushi bar, take out counter, sandwich and burger bar as well as the opportunity to order prepared Kosher food out of a display case. Guests can either eat at the restaurant — it seats 25 diners — or carryout the items to enjoy at home. Larry Holloway has been named chef manager of Kravings while Kohn and Cusumano will help oversee the operations of the new restaurant.

“We’re very excited about the opening of Kravings and really saw a need in the community for a Kosher carryout and dining option,” said Daniel Kohn, general manager of Kravings and Quality Kosher Catering. “All the major cities such as New York and Los Angeles have beautiful Kosher options. We want our customers to be as excited about fresh, quality food as we are and are happy to bring this concept to the Detroit area.”

To help celebrate the grand opening, Kravings will be donating 25 percent of all sales to JARC, an organization serving people with disabilities, during the week of  March 2- 8.  Quality Kosher Catering has been one of JARC’s corporate sponsors, and has done the catering for the organization’s fundraiser events for the past two years.

“We are honored that Kravings selected our organization to donate a portion of its grand opening week proceeds,” said Rick Loewenstein, CEO of JARC. “Quality Kosher Catering and its entire team especially Daniel Kohn have been instrumental in helping JARC’s fundraising efforts over the years. They’ve done an amazing job catering our biggest events and wowing our guests with some of the best cuisine in the area!”

Kravings is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday; 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday; and 8 a.m. to two hours before sundown Fridays; and two hours after sundown to 1 a.m. Saturdays.  “We wanted to stay open late on Thursday and Saturday nights to give our customer’s somewhere to go and eat after a movie or event,” Daniel Kohn said.