Grandma Mildred (a.k.a. Bubby) was legendary for baking the most delicious knishes in the world was known for sharing them with everyone she knew. She opened her home to family, friends and neighbors, who would sit around for hours talking gossiping laughing and enjoying our scrumptious baked goods. Everyone always left with big smiles, full bellies and an open invitation to return. Bub's kitchen was launched as a tribute to grandma Mildred so that all can enjoy her amazing treats just like our love ones dated four years. 

Good food brings people together. Laughter and storytelling keeps them at the table. Bub's knishes is an homage to our family traditions - countless meals spent around the table enjoying a delicious food, sharing stories and laughing, a lot.

Just as grandma Mildred shared her legendary food with neighbors, friends and even strangers, some of our most memorable meals are ones shared with people from different backgrounds.

Our mission at Bub's knishes is to follow grandma Mildred's example - making delicious, locally sourced food that gives people a reason to come together, to connect, to share stories and to create memories that last a lifetime.



Around the turn of the 20th Century, a wave from central and Eastern Europe arrived in America with recipes from their home. The knish (pronounce "ka-Nish) dough that was baked or fried and typically filled with potatoes, onion or Kasha (buckwheat grains) - was family favorite. While a mainstay with the Jewish families and native New Yorkers over generations, knishes never truly found their way into mainstream, mostly remained a regional and cultural treasure. Until now