The "41 on the Bay" restaurant, inside Tower 41 in Miami Beach, has closed. There is someone coming in to take over for Shavuot Yom Tov meals this week. There is a rumor in the building, that if the restaurant does well and runs smoothly, this new person will continue to keep running the restaurant. [...]
What was once an old-school Jewish hotel, is now a residential tower with rentable units overlooking the ocean, walking distance to Miami Beach’s kosher hub.
As I prepare to head down to the Miami Beach area, I made sure to discuss my options since the last time I was down there was Pesach 3.5 years ago, and nearly all restaurants were closed. I’ll be sure to write a follow up post on my experiences in the region soon. View the [...]
According to the Kosher Miami hechsher, Pistachio Grill located at 740 41st Street in Miami Beach is NO LONGER under Kosher Miami supervision and certification. Miami Kosher has not been asked by the new owners to give certification to them, and it is uncertain how they plan to operate the restaurant, i.e. Kosher or Not [...]
Miami Kosher has reinstated both Prime Sushi locations’ kashrut hashgacha as the owners have agreed to place new management of the restaurants who will be more responsive and attentive to kosher concerns of Miami Kosher supervision. We had recently reported that the restaurants lost their hashgacha due to violations in Miami Kosher’s policies.
UPDATE: Kashrut is Reinstated Due to violations of Kosher Miami policies, both Prime Sushi located at 18250 Collins Avenue and Prime Sushi located at 726 Arthur Godfrey Road are no longer under Kosher Miami supervision and certification. We will look into whether or not they will remain Kosher and update this post. If you know, [...]
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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 open this year on Chol Hamoed (intermediary days of Passover): Miami China Bistro at the [...]
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 [...]