If you enjoy a good kosher hot dog and are going to a Mets game on Friday night or Saturday this season you are out of luck. The kosher stands will not be in service those times this season so as not to offend the religious Jews who observe the Sabbath and prefer that the kosher establishments be closed at those times as well.
To me, this makes perfect sense. The kosher stands are in place to accommodate the many religious Jews in the New York area who attend Mets games and want to enjoy some classic ballpark food. Since they won't be going to the games on the Sabbath anyways, then why have the eateries open, especially if it'll pose a problem.
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