Henry S. Levy and Sons, popularly known as Levy's, was a bakery based in Brooklyn, New York, most famous for its rye bread. Levy's was founded in 1888 by Henry S. Levy, an elderly Russian Jewish immigrant. The Bakery began at the intersection of Moore Street and Graham Avenue in Brooklyn, NY. In time it relocated to Park Avenue, and later to 115 Thames Street, where it stayed for nearly sixty years. Levy's was known for its "cheese bread," but the bakery's real hallmark was its authentic seeded rye: thick crust and heavy texture.
The image of the Catholic Choir boy clearly conveys the message that You Don't Have to be Jewish to Love Levy's Rye Bread."
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