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2013_noahs_ark_Deli_%21234.jpgThe tempest left in the wake of the closure of Noah's Ark, which was Seward Park's only remaining kosher restaurant, continues with rumors of new tenant vying for the space. Holy Schnitzel, a kosher fast casual chain, is interested in opening at 399 Grand St. A group of Lower East Side dwellers started a campaign and collected over 1,000 signatures to make sure that the future tenant observes kosher practices. The Seward Park Co-op board is set to vote on whether it will be Holy Schnitzel on March 11. [Bowery Boogie]