A free drink created by penny pinching Jews who don't want to have to pony up for a beverage when they eat out.
It is done by ordering an ice water with lemon, squeezing the lemon juice into the icewater, then using sweet-n-low packets from the sugar rack on the table to sweeten the "Lemonade". Free beverage! Oy vey!
by SixSixSix March 24, 2005
lemonade made from the free water and lemon at restaurants with some sugar (also free on the table) mixed in as well. usually drank by poor people who don't want to pay for a soda.
I was going to buy a soda, but I decided on making some jewish lemonade instead, and I saved some
by McKanker March 30, 2013
A beverage made of free lemon slices, water, and sugar packets. It is usually made by customers at In-N-Out.
Nothing says hilariously unkosher like a double double with bacon, cheese, and a cup of Jewish Lemonade.
by davidrgarber June 15, 2016