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Exotic Cuisine in Buenos Aires – “ASIAN” [Review]

“One of my favorite kosher restaurants in the world.” ~Dani Many people have been contacting me about tips of things to see, do, and eat in Buenos Aires. After my trip there last fall I had the opportunity to taste […]

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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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Travel Warning to Turkey

Israelis, and Jews the world over have enjoyed traveling to & around Turkey for the past decade or more due to exceptional Israeli – Turkish relations in the region. However, due to last month’s flotilla incident, Israel’s National Security Council […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Brussels, Belgium

Contributed by: Michelle Szpilzinger | Last Visited: January 2009 Kosher Info: This site has a good list of the kosher resources in Brussels. There is not much to find in the old historic center, but there are currently two kosher […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Atlanta, GA

Contributed by: Daniel Wenger | Last Date of Travel: [Author lives in Atlanta] Original article was posted in May 2008 and has been updated for 2010 Kosher Info: Atlanta has the largest amount of Jewish/Kosher resources south of Maryland and […]

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New York, NY >> Focus on Wolf & Lamb Steakhouse

Wolf & Lamb Steakhouse is a classy kosher meat restaurant in the Diamond District of Midtown Manhattan. They have delicious steaks, tantalizing burgers, and other unique dishes to make your mouth salivate. Dani Klein from http://yeahthatskosher.com checks out kosher restaurants […]

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Kosher Travel finds at KosherFest 09

Last week I was fortunate enough to have attended KosherFest 2009. This was my second year in row at the convention, and I learned from my mistakes last year: don’t eat too much or you’ll get majorly nauseous, and only […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Milan, Italy

Contributed by: Abbie Rosenbaum-Braha | Last Travel Date: [Author lives in Milan] Kosher Info: Milan’s kosher community is well served by three small supermarkets which carry just about anything that one could want. The following website gives a thorough listing […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Central New Jersey

Contributed by: Daniel Wenger | Last Date of Travel: Fall 2007 Major Towns: Deal, East Brunswick, Edison, Elizabeth, Highland Park Up and Coming: New Brunswick, Linden, Long Branch Kosher Info: Supermarkets throughout the area feature large Kosher sections, and many […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Northern New Jersey

Contributed by: Daniel Wenger | Last Dates of Travel: [Author grew up in N. NJ] Major Towns: Englewood, Fair Lawn, Teaneck, West Orange Up and Coming: Bergenfield, Fort Lee, Paramus, Passaic Kosher Info: Supermarkets throughout the area feature large Kosher […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Atlanta, GA

Contributed by: Daniel Wenger | Last Date of Travel: [Author lives in Atlanta] Kosher Info: Atlanta has the largest amount of Jewish/Kosher resources south of Maryland and north of the southern Florida hotspots. The Toco Hills community is the focal […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in New York (Manhattan), NY

Contributed by: Dani Klein | Last Date Visited: [Author lives in New York] Kosher Info: Since Orthodox Jews make up such a large percentage of New York’s population, NYC is probably the easiest city in the world outside of Jerusalem […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Miami, FL

Contributed by: Dani Klein | Last Date of Travel: April 2008 Kosher Info: Due to Miami Beach’s large Jewish population, there are a number places to find Kosher food. In the 41st area, there is a Kosher Dunkin Donuts/Baskin Robbins, […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Nice, France

Contributed by: Abbie Rosenbaum-Braha | Last Travel Date: January 2008 Kosher Info: Nice is fairly small and just about all of the kosher places are reachable by foot from each other, the train station, and the Mediterranean. What was really […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Aruba

Contributed by: Dani Klein | Last Date of Travel: June 2007 Kosher Info: Kosher restaurants did exist at one point, but in our week there, none was to be found. American institutions like Baskin Robbins / Dunkin Donuts exist near […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Athens, Greece

Contributed by: Sivia Kahn | Last Date Visited: October 2006 Kosher Info: It is true that Greece is not a kosher paradise: its population of about 3,000 Jews, does not represent a strong enough market incentive for food companies to […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Madrid, Spain

Contributed by: Shira Rosenbaum and Aaron Roller | Last Date of Travel: Aug 2006 Kosher Info: We traveled to Spain in the summer of 2006. We flew into Madrid, took the train to Toledo, Cordoba and Granada before returning to […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Jerusalem, Israel

Contributed by: Dani Klein | Last Date of Visit: June 2006 Kosher Info: As capital of the Jewish state, J-town is filled with kosher eateries in almost every neighborhood. City Center The Ben Yehuda area is filled with all kinds […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Portland, ME

Contributed by: Daniel Wenger | Last Date of Travel: June 2004 Kosher Info: We stocked up in Brookline, MA, on our way up to Maine, purchasing enough food there for our trip as well as Shabbat. There were no Kosher […]

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