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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 much of what Kosher Buenos Aires has to offer, which was a lot. I blogged […]

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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 at 5930 Victoria Ave, in Niagara Falls, Canada. NiagaraKosherPizza.com

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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 Counter-Terrorism Bureau (NSCCTB) has issued a travel warning to Israelis planning trips to Turkey. In […]

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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 restaurants in the EU area, which is not a major tourist destination but is fairly […]

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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 north of the southern Florida hotspots. The Toco Hills community is the focal point of […]

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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 for Jewish Travel TV. Look out for more videos at Jewish Travel TV: http://JewishTravelTV.com Subscribe […]

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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 eat meat in the last 3 hours of your day otherwise you’ll miss out on […]

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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 of all kosher and Jewish establishment in Milan and throughout Italy: http://www.jewishitaly.org. If you will […]

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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 store-brand items are certified. Central Jersey is a bit more spread out than its northern […]

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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 sections, and many store-brand items are certified. The Rabbinical Council of Bergen County (RCBC) is […]

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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 point of this activity, with fully-stocked Kosher sections in the local Kroger and Publix supermarkets, […]

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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 to find Kosher food. Buying Kosher food anywhere in New York is fairly easy. Kosher […]

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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, Pizza, and Pita Hut. Additionally, there are Kosher markets: Kosher World and Kastner’s. In South […]

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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 great about Nice is that somehow, outside of Chabad, nobody spoke English or Hebrew, so […]

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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 the major hotels, but that is about it. We had to bring our own pot […]

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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 invest in kosher accreditation, nor are there any kosher restaurants. There are however options available […]

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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 Madrid. Before our trip we had been warned that the only Kosher food in any […]

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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 of kosher restaurants: Burgers Bar – amazing huge burgers and great potato cut fries Holy […]

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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 restaurants or stores in Portland, but the Shul was hosting a Shabbat lunch for an […]

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