David Dresner’s favorite dish is potstickers. When he was a child, his mom would bribe him with potstickers so he would do his chores or run errands with her. But as an adult, the processed ingredients and premade dough of most potstickers failed to live up to the standard set by his childhood.
“I couldn’t find the perfect potsticker,” he said.
So rather than settling for something lackluster, Dresner, 30, who attends Central Reform Congregation, took matters into his own hands and created Crispy Edge, the restaurant of his dreams. In the words of Dresner, the restaurant’s mission is to make “gourmet potstickers with a global inspiration.”