I don't know. There are plenty of kosher restaurants in NY that are filled with people who are not frum, as the matter of fact that is their main business, but what and why is so special about this place? There is kosher restaurant in CH, called Mendy's, right next to children's museum, I've eaten there many times, it is actually really-really good place, good food, ok no music, but very nice. Plenty of people who are not frum, nobody kicks them out, nobody tells them how to dress or behave. Why isn't there any controversy with that place versus this one? The Chasidim pride themselves that for more than hundred years they were able to live their lives the same way they lived in the old country. Do we really have to push them into something they do not believe, do not like, do not want in their lives, or expect something different from them? And if yes, why? Why do I need to push my believes on somebody I have nothing in common with? I don't know what the solution is; I don't know what even the problem is. I guarantee you that people who will not want to see somebody kissing in the restaurant will not go to that place. I don't know why this is such a big deal for media and for people who do not care about kosher or religious believes of others. If they want to pay triple and quadruple for a pizza, let them eat there let them do what they want. Question is how fast the such place will go out of business, because eventually it will, nobody who doesn't have to pay that much for pizza will keep doing it on regular bases. People who keep kosher have no choice they have to pay that much, but if the place doesn't provide the environment they can accept and approve they will also not go there. I would love to go to restaurant that serves ethnic foods, especially kind that is not readily available elsewhere, but I will not go to a strip bar, no matter how kosher food is. My wife would simply not have anything to do with me after that. I am, of course exaggerating, but for the fervently religious people tank top and mini skirt is pretty much a strip bar.
You are what you eat.