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✈ Kosher Restaurants in Las Vegas, NV

Many kosher observant technophiles will be in Las Vegas this week for the CES conference. We’ve put together a list of all of the Kosher restaurants and supermarkets carrying kosher products in the area.

Las Vegas has the fastest growing Jewish population in the United States. As such, the kosher options available for locals, as well as tourists have greatly expanded. Here is a list of options for your next vacation, or attending this week’s CES conference.

All restaurants listed here are under the supervision of Chabad of Southern Nevada. Most restaurants will deliver to hotels for a fee.

Let us know if you have any Kosher tips for Las Vegas by commenting below or Tweeting us:

  • Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (Dairy): On the strip, inside at least 2 of the hotels you’ll find a Kosher Coffee Bean (including 2 of the hotels hosting the CES conference).
    • 1) The Palazzo Resort: 3325 S Las Vegas Blvd – In the Palazzo, it’s right next to the security guard station by the guest elevators.
    • 2) The Venetian Las Vegas: 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South – In the Venetian, it’s at the top of the escalators, on the floor above the casino, near the walkway to the parking lot / Grand Canal Shoppes

(Thank you to @ChaimHass & @DebbyTeicher for this tip!)

  • Shawarma Vegas (Meat): This place is very respected in the community and for good reason. Great food, and good portions for the price. Friendly owners and staff and delicious Israel cuisine. Expect all the typical Israeli dishes. Shawarma, falafel, schnitzel, fresh pitas, etc.Hours: Sun – Fri: 9am – 9pm
    Phone: 702-651-1818
    Address: 2521 S. Fort Apache Rd, (Sahara & Fort Apache) #102
    Web: Facebook page for Shawarma Vegas

    ** CAUTION: Hummus Bar located right next door is NOT under Kosher Supervision

  • Panini Café (Dairy / Chalov Yisrael): Panini is really the only restaurant of its kind in Las Vegas. Fresh veggie and salmon wraps, as well as pizza, shakshouka, soups and many other dairy and pareve dishes.Hours: Sun – Thurs: 10am – 10pm | Fri: 10am – Sundown
    Phone: 702-558-6555
    Address: 2521 S. Fort Apache Rd. #100 (Fort Apache & Sahara)
    Web: www.paninicafelv.com
  • Adar Pizza (Dairy / Chalov Yisrael): Adar is by far the closest option to the Strip. It serves pizza, lasagna, soups, fish, sandwiches and all sorts of other dairy dishes. Open motzei Shabbos.Hours: Sun – Thurs: 10am – call | Fri: 10am – 3pm | Sat (Dec – Feb): 1 hr after Shabbos
    Phone: 702-385-0006
    Address: 318 West Sahara (just west of the strip)
    Web: www.adarpizza.com
  • Sababa Grille (Meat): Sababa serves up delicious Israeli dishes, such as schnitzel, kabob, baby chicken and falafel. They usually are running a special, such as a falafel pita and drink, which can be a good value.Hours: Sun – Thurs: 10am – 9pm | Fri: 10am – 3pm
    Phone: 702-547-5556
    Address: 3220 South Durango (N.E. corner of Desert Inn Durango)
    Web: www.sababarestaurant.com
  • Haifa Restaurant (Meat): Haifa is the oldest kosher restaurant in town, and is the second closest to the Strip. It is one of the only sit down style restaurants in town. The food is very good, and they have a nice variety, however this is one of, if not the most pricey options in town. Open motzei Shabbos.
    Hours: Sun – Thurs: 11:30am – 9:30pm | Fri: 10am – 2pm | Sat: 6:30pm – 10:30pm
    Phone: 702-940-8000
    Address: 855 East Twain Ave. #101 (corner of Twain & Swenson)
    Web: www.haifarestaurant.com
  • Jerusalem Grill (Meat): As the name implies, Jerusalem Grill serves up delicious, authentic Israeli food. Shawarma, falafel, schnitzel, chicken, etc. Good portions, and a nice variety.Hours: Sun – Thurs: 11 am -10 pm | Fri: 10am – Sundown
    Phone: 702-341-5555
    Address: 4825 W. Flamingo Rd. (Flamingo & Decatur)
    Web: www.jerusalemgrillvegas.com
  • Big Dragon – has recently closed (updated April 2013)

Las Vegas also has options for people looking to purchase their own grocery’s. While Las Vegas does not currently have a standalone kosher market, there are stores with sizable kosher sections.

  • Smith’s (Kosher Experience): Extensive Kosher section which includes fresh Kosher meat cut daily, fresh bakery products including jelly donuts baked daily. They have rotisserie chicken, deli meats, fresh salads, hot soups and a wonderful assortment of wines. Cholov Yisroel Milk and cheese are also available. All the breads, cakes and bakery items are pas Yisroel. The supervision is under Chabad of Southern Nevada. The store is open 24/7, although the staff at the kosher deli counter leaves at 6:00pm on most weekdays, except of course erev Shabbos. However, even when they are closed, there are premade meals out which makes for an easy, and often very affordable meal option.Phone: 702-256-5200
    Address: 2211 N. Rampart Blvd
  • Albertsons Market: Extensive Kosher section which includes fresh Kosher meat cut twice a week under the supervision of Chabad, Cholov Yisroel Milk and cheese, Pas Yisroel breads, Challahs and cakes. They also have pre made meals in refrigerator. They offer sandwiches, schnitzel, and many other items that are ready to go. They are open from 6am-1am.Phone: 702-242-1138
    Address: 2550 S. Fort Apache (at Sahara and Fort Apache)

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