Victor Fineberg Death, Obituary – Victor Fineberg has passed away untimely and unexpectedly leaving friends, loved ones, family, and the entire community heartbroken and in grievance, according to a social media sharing. A Halifax merchant by the name of Victor Fineberg, who died away not too long ago, was the owner of a “old world” delicatessen that used to be situated on Agricola Street. He was 65. The Atlantic Jewish Council disseminated a message on Wednesday announcing that Fineberg had gone away the previous day, on Tuesday.
On Wednesday afternoon, a ceremony is going to take place in the cemetery, as was previously mentioned. In 2012, he and his wife, Sybil, launched their business venture in the form of the Hali Deli. This restaurant has made a name for itself as a popular place for guests looking for “basic food” as well as mouthwatering meals originating from Eastern European countries. On the menu, some of the most popular items are smoked meat, bagels, a hot brisket sandwich (made with boneless beef or calf meat), potato pancakes known as latkes, and kasha varnishkes (bowtie noodles made with buckwheat).
In addition, there is something on the menu that is referred to be chicken matzah ball soup. This soup is characterized as “Jewish penicillin made with an old bird for flavour.” This is the kind of meal that brings comfort to people who get a kick out of the experience of dining in delicatessens.” The website of the eatery states that “when Jewish people wandered from nation to country, numerous deli delights were developed out of need” because of this.
[Further citation is required] Prior to the passage of a few decades, the kitchen of a Jewish household was regarded to be the most important room in the house.” Before opening the Hali Deli, Fineberg was the manager of a place known as Victor’s Bar and Grill, which was situated on Spring Garden Road in the neighborhood of Spring Valley. 2011 was the year when this corporation officially ceased operations. On the evening of December 18th, the first night of Hanukkah, also known as the Jewish Festival of Lights, Fineberg passed away. Hanukkah began on that evening.