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Montreál’s Cafe Dizengoff No Longer Kosher

A notice by the Montreal Kosher (MK) kashrut agency yesterday stated that Cafe Dizengoff is no longer under their hashgacha. MK is the main kashrut agency of Montreal, so it seems that this restaurant is no longer kosher.

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Cafe Forty One: New Kosher Cafe in Vancouver, BC

Chabad of Vancouver has opened a new charming cafe/coffee shop in the lobby of the main Chabad House on 41st Ave and Oak Street called Cafe Forty One.    Cafe Forty One has gourmet coffee from a local coffee bean roaster and fresh […]

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New Meat Kiosk, Baldwin Street Kosher, at Air Canada Centre in Toronto

There is a new meat kiosk at Air Canada Centre, home of the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors. Baldwin Street Kosher sells kosher hot dogs in section 105 of the stadium (according to this tweet.) Baldwin Street Kosher also […]

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Kosher Food Found @ YYZ (Toronto’s Pearson Airport)

A YTK reader found kosher sandwiches in Terminal 3 at Pearson Airport in Toronto yesterday. Grodzinski’s, a COR supervised bakery in Toronto, is supplying sandwiches with roast beef, pastrami, brisket, cream cheese, and tuna options. There is also a choice […]

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Ba-Li Laffa, Kosher Mediterranean Grill, To Open in Toronto

Torontonians, say good bye to Dairy Treats, and say hello to Ba-Li Laffa which is replacing the dairy eatery. This is Ba-Li Laffa’s 2nd location in Toronto. Opening in April 2014, Ba-Li Laffa will be a moderately priced Mediterranean grill […]

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Krispy Kreme is No Longer Kosher in Canada

According to the KSA (Krispy Kreme’s certifying agency in Canada): The KSA no longer certifies any of the Krispy Kreme Canada stores. Corrective Measures have been taken to insure the removal of the KSA symbol off all products. Here is a list […]

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Mega Burger: First Kosher Food Truck in Montréal!

The owners of Mega Burger, a recently opened burger place in Montreal, don’t waste any time! Kosher-keeping Montreal is hungry, and Doudou Dahan and Amir Toledano are going to feed them! A sister to their new restaurant, Mega Burger, a […]

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Free Slurpee Day at 7-Eleven! Kosher Slurpee List 7/11/13

Happy Free Slurpee Day! The day Slurpee-lovers everywhere look forward to all year has arrived! Today, on 7/11/13, 7-Eleven is giving out FREE 12 ounce Slurpees (42% bigger than the old 7.11 ounce cup) from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m […]

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2 Kosher Montreal Restaurants Hit By Firebombs This Past Weekend

Over this past weekend 2 kosher restaurants in Montreal were firebombed by makeshift molotov cocktails: Café Shalom on Friday, a private home on Saturday (a Jewish home in the Cote St. Luc suburb), and Chops Resto Bar early Sunday morning.  Café Shalom […]

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New Kosher Restaurant in Toronto: Ben & Izzy’s Deli

Good news for kosher observant Torontonians. After a spate of kosher restaurant closings, a new Glatt Kosher deli has opened this week in the Bathurst & Lawrence area: Ben & Izzy’s Deli. As of today, they have chosen not to […]

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May is Kosher Restaurant Month in Toronto = 10% Off Local Eateries All Month Long

The COR Kasruth Council of Canada, Toronto’s main kashrut agency, is promoting May as “Kosher Restaurant Month” in Toronto and Thornhill, offering 10% off (seemingly) all kosher restaurants and eateries under COR supervision. This coupon MUST be printed for EACH […]

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Kosher Restaurants and Travel in Montreal, QC, Canada

Montreal is a beautiful city, that feels as if you taken a trip to Europe as opposed to crossing the Canadian border. From the old town to the Latin Quarter there is a lot to see and do. Plus, due to the large Jewish suburban population there is plenty of nearby kosher food (i.e. not much in the city).

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Prince Edward Island Travel: Dearth of Kosher Options

Contributed by: Aviron | Last Date of Travel: July 2012 Kosher / Jewish Info: Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province both in size and population. It sits cradled in the Gulf of St. Lawrence just off the coasts of […]

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Marky’s in Toronto, Set to Close This Week

Long a mainstay in the Toronto Jewish community, Marky's Deli & Restaurant has been around since 1969 (that's 43 years for those not doing the math), and will close this Wednesday, July 18th. The economy was cited as a reason […]

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New Vegetarian Kosher Restaurant in Toronto: Pantry Foods

Pantry Foods, a new vegetarian healthy option just opened in Toronto's Bathurst neighborhood and looks to go head-to-head with some of New York's healthy vegetarian Kosher establishments. The restaurant, which also serves as a caterer, cafe, specialty food shop and […]

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Open for Passover Kosher Restaurants [Montreal] 2012

WHY ARE YOU HERE? SEE THE UPDATED 2014 LIST HERE Should there be any restaurants missing from this list from anywhere in the world, please message below or tweet us [@YeahThatsKosher] and we’ll add the restaurants not on the list. […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Calgary, AB (an update)

Not long ago, one of our Canadian writers wrote about keeping kosher, visiting, and finding the Jewish community in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. One of our readers was nice enough to email us with updates to the original post. Kosher Info […]

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DEAL: Kosher Cruise to ALASKA or the BALTICS!

YeahThatsKosher.com has partnered with KosherCruises.com to offer you … a 15% discount on two of their upcoming SUMMER 2011 Cruises: ALASKA (August 14-21) & The BALTIC SEA (August 21-28)* Use the PROMO CODE: KOSHER DIGITALon KosherCruises.com The Alaska Cruise leaves […]

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✈ Yukon Territory (YT), Canada

Contributed by: Aviron | Last Date of Travel: June 2005 Kosher Info: The large supermarket in Whitehorse carried a surprising variety of kosher bread, pies, snacks and a plethora of canned fish with an assortment of US and Canadian kosher […]

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Restaurants with Sukkot 2010

CLICK HERE: UPDATED FOR 2013   This list was compiled by our community of Kosher travelers. Thank you to everyone to contributed! (There is no doubt that this list is incomplete. If there are restaurants that are not listed that have […]

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King David’s Pizza in Niagara Falls is closed

King David’s Pizza on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls has closed due to a fire. It is set to reopen as Bat-Yam Shawarma & Falafel on April 1, 2011. There is a new place called Niagara Kosher Pizza located […]

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9 Days Menus

As we know, eating meat is considered festive and therefore forbidden (without a siyum) during the 9 days. Thus, many meat restaurants have created special pareve (non meat or dairy) menus to stay open during the 9 Days. To learn […]

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Keeping Kosher at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver

Enjoying the Vancouver Olympic Games but can’t find what to eat? Thankfully, there is some kosher food in Vancouver to keep you satiated and perhaps titillate your taste buds. There are at least 5 kosher eateries in the Vancouver area […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Vancouver, BC

Contributed by: Dani Klein | Last Date of Travel: August 2009 Kosher Info: Vancouver was a city I did not expect to find many kosher options, and was surprised to have a found a few. One thing to keep in […]

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Kosher Chinese Restaurants · 洁净中国餐馆 · מסעדות סיניות כשרות

There is now a silly tradition that many Americans hold Christmastime each year… to indulge in Chinese cuisine. Since the Chinese do not celebrate Christmas, like us Jews, their restaurants have no need to take a hiatus on Xmas day. […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Toronto, ON

Contributed by: Dani Klein | Last Date of Travel: June 2009 It’s hard to believe we haven’t had a post on Toronto yet, the 2nd largest Jewish community outside of Israel. Recently, I’ve had the privilege of visiting Toronto on […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Sports Arenas & Stadiums

The following arenas and stadiums have kosher food available. Please keep in mind that there are specific locations that have kosher food, and that these options are not necessarily available throughout the stadium. Thank you to Kosher Sports Inc. who […]

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Open for Passover 2009 in North America

Jews the world over are traveling around to friends, family, or to new locations this Passover. While it is typically impossible to find kosher restaurants or eateries open for Passover, here are a few that I’ve found that will be […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Ottawa, ON

Contributed by: Josh Margo | Last Date of Travel: [Author lives in Ottawa] Kosher Info: Although its a great city there is limited spots for kosher food. The Rideau Bakery with two spots has some great bakery items. A location […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Montreal, QC

Contributed by: Josh Margo | Last Date of Travel: May 2008 Kosher Info: One of the few cities that really goes above and beyond a great Jewish experience. As there is so much Kosher food available I will just highlight […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Calgary, AB & The Great Canadian Rockies

Contributed by: Josh Margo | Last Date of Travel: June 2007 >> UPDATES have been made to this post. Click here to read. <

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Niagara Falls, ON / NY

Contributed by: Dani Klein | Last Date of Travel: July 2006 Kosher Info: Kosher food in the Niagara region can only be found on the Canadian side, or in Buffalo (about 20+ min. away). Directly near the falls there is […]

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