Closure of Ateres Shlomo Results in Last-Minute Kops-Tevlowitz Wedding Relocation

>>Follow Matzav On Whatsapp!<< has just received a message from a family whose wedding this evening has been moved from Ateres Shlomo Hall to Ateres Chaya Hall. According to the information provided to, the Ateres Shlomo Hall on New Utrecht Avenue at 77th Street has been closed by authorities, making it necessary for the Kops-Tevlowitz wedding to be relocated to Ateres Chaya, located at the corner of 14th Avenue and 54th Street in Boro Park. just spoke with Ateres Chaya Hall, which confirmed that everything is in place for the wedding and they expect it to run smoothly, without any problems whatsoever.

The family was notified less than four hours ago of the change of location and is trying to get the message out to the guests travelling to this simcha

The chosson is Shmuel Tevlowitz of Monsey, NY.

The kallah is a daughter of Rav Refoel Kops, rov of the Elmwood Village Shul in Lakewood. 

 The schedule remains the same, with the kabbolas ponim beginning at 6:30 p.m., followed by the chupah at 7:30 p.m.

May Klal Yisroel only continue to celebrate simchos.

{Noam Newscenter}


  1. They should just have nachas and be zoche to build a bayis neeman b’Yisroel. One thing is for sure: They’ll never forget this!

  2. I am going to the wedding and did not know about this. I assume that Ateres Shlomo will have a sign up directing people where to go if they didn’t see this news online or hear about it.

  3. “Make sure he changes the location on the kesubah!”

    What’s to change? Both places are in Brooklyn.

    I don’t know about your kesubah, but the one I gave my wife simply says “Brooklyn, New York” without specifying the name of the hall.

    The Wolf

  4. Iam sure there is a sign up at the first hall directing people to the other hall which is not far away,

    its not that big a deal

  5. Wedding is now in full swing at Ateres Chaya. Kalman from Ateres Shlomo did some quick thinking and called Ateres Chaya. For the rest of the day, the Ateres Shlomo and Ateres Chaya crew really worked hard all day to pull this one off. All the food was shipped over allready cooked. The waiters are all from Ateres Shlomo. Gotta go….

  6. I thought that wedding halls in Brooklyn are booked every night. Does anyone know if this is common to find a popular hall that’s empty? Especially right after yom tov, when people couldn’t make weddings for the last few weeks.


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