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2018 South Florida Kosher Restaurant Recommendations

For the last few years we’ve been posting lists of the best kosher restaurants in South Florida, from Miami through Boca. This list incorporates some of YeahThatsKosher’s favorite picks as well as some from the community.

[To be fair, there may be great kosher restaurants that we missed on this list. This is meant to be a guide for travelers.
Additionally, restaurants not found on this list should not be assumed to be bad. Many of them are good экспресс займ на карту без отказа . This is merely our subjective take on the places we like.]

For general advice navigating the kosher South Florida region, there tends to be a few “kosher corridors” in South Florida where kosher restaurants and other shops (markets, bakeries, butchers, etc.) are clustered. These are:

  • Miami Beach – 41st Street
  • Surfside – Harding Ave  (between 94th & 96th Streest)
  • NMB – 163rd Street
  • Aventura – Biscayne Blvd. (between 186th & 193rd Streets); and at the Shoppes at Waterways

[Our guide to Reserving Kosher Meals for Shabbat in Miami Beach / Aventura]

Here’s your go-to list of the top 16 kosher eateries for 2018 + new restaurants worth a first look (feel free to leave a comment below with your faves):


  • 26 Sushi & TapasSurfside – this Peruvian/Japanese high-end restaurant might be one of the best kosher dairy restaurants in the country
  • Zak the BakerWynwood/Miami – one of the premier kosher bakery cafes in the country
  • Tasty Beach CafeMiami Beach – great brunch spot walking distance to many hotels
  • RustikoSurfside – beautiful restaurant with unique flavors
  • FoozoAventura/NMB & Bay Harbour Islands – great personal pizzas, pastas, salads, and more
  • Raw Poke BarFt. Lauderdale – best place to get your poke bowl fix in S. Fl.
  • The FriezeSouth Beach – funky ice cream shop right off of Lincoln Rd.
  • Serendipity Creamery & Yogurt CafeSurfside – another quirky ice cream shop with both Cholov Yisroel and vegan (pareve) options.
  • Krispy Kreme (factory) — NMB — open 24/7 drivethru and bakes hot fresh donuts many times throughout the day, including evenings.


  • Zak the Baker DeliWynwood – leveraging freshly baked breads, ZTB Deli cures its own meat and fixins for a throwback to old school Jewish delis
  • Backyard BBQ & BrewSurfside – a much improved BBQ restaurant with a new BBQ pitmaster at the helm
  • Harbour BistroSurfside – the high-end sister restaurant to The Harbour Grill, the Bistro offers unique flavors and dishes not found at other kosher eateries in S. Florida
  • Soho Asian Bar & GrillAventura – likely one of the best Chinese/Asian kosher restaurants in the country with impeccable service
  • Levy’s of HollywoodHollywood – purveyor of delicious meats, sandwiches, and specialty burgers; a must stop after landing in FLL
  • Ditmas Kitchen & CocktailsBoca Raton – West Coast cuisine and style in a low key East Coast environment
  • FuegoAventura – come for the flatbreads, stay for the relaxed atmosphere
  • Dixie BBQNMB — casual eatery with great sandwiches & fries



About the author

Dani Klein

Dani Klein founded YeahThatsKosher in 2008 as a global kosher restaurant & travel resource for the Jewish community.

He is passionate about traveling the world, good kosher food / restaurants, social media & the web, technology, hiking, strategy games, and spending time with his friends & family.

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  • Been to Rustiko 3 times and will not go back. The last time the MaitreD was rude sat us outside next to cars while the entire restaurant sat empty the entire time we were there. And the food was just OK. With so many dairy restaurants we don’t have to put up with rude staff and OK food.