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Visitors

Temple Menorah is fortunate to host many visitors. In order to make your visit easier, we are pleased to provide the following information.

KOSHER RESTAURANTS:

Last Winter we hit 17 kosher restaurants in a week and we had a whole range of experiences. Do not leave Florida without stopping by these kosher eateries:

  1. Zak the Baker – head there for brunch or lunch. Expect a long but moving line, and possibly hard to find seating. Also expect the best breads, sandwiches, and baked goods you’ve ever had. Located in the Wynwood neighborhood of (downtown) Miami.
  2. 26 Sushi & Tapas – this Peruvian / Asian fusion dairy restaurant is home to some of the most inspired, inventive, and tasty dishes you will have in Florida. Doesn’t hurt that their wait staff is helpful, friendly, and genuinely excited about their menu offerings. Reservations recommended. Located in Surfside.
  3. Soho Asian Grill & Bar – this popular Aventura restaurant came highly recommended and did not disappoint. The service was also top notch. Located in Aventura.
  4. Fuego – recently moved to a new location in Aventura this year, this restaurant is a must for meat-lovers.
  5. Serendipity Yogurt Shoppe – an ice cream shoppe that serves all kinds of goodies. Great for the whole family. Located in Surfside.
  6. Mozart Café – a great spot for those who love brunch, not matter the time of day. Great breads, eggs, and coffees. Located in Sunny Isles.
  7. Tasty Beach Café – despite the limited hours and slow service during busy season, their brunch menu is vast and tasty. Located in Miami Beach.
  8. Hassid + Hipster – this is a bonus – a non-restaurant pop-up dining experience on January 18th & 28th only at a Downtown Miami rooftop.

SHABBAT MEALS:

We just compiled a list of all your kosher options for Friday night dinner & Shabbat lunch in the Miami Beach area as well as further north in Surfside / Bal Harbour.

 

NEW RESTAURANTS:

Should you want to hit one of the newer restaurants in the region, here’s a list of places that opened in the past year you can check out. Click the restaurant’s name for more details:

 

AIRPORTS:

MORE RESTAURANTS TO CHECK OUT:

While there are dozens more restaurants in the South Florida area here is a curated list of some other notable mentions worth looking into:

South Beach:

  • Seventeen – dairy
  • Pita Loca – meat
  • The Frieze Ice Cream – dairy

 

Miami Beach:

  • Beyond by Shemtov’s – dairy
  • Rare Bistro – meat
  • Capri Sushi & Italian – dairy
  • Bagel Time Cafe – dairy
  • Grill House – meat
  • House of Dog – meat

 

Surfside / Bal Harbour:

  • Backyard BBQ & Grill – meat
  • Cine Citta Caffe – dairy
  • Kosh – meat
  • The Harbour Grill – meat

 

North Miami Beach / Aventura / Sunny Isles:

  • Mozart Grill – meat
  • Mozart Cafe – dairy 
  • Fresko – dairy
  • Foozo Artisan Pizza – dairy

 

 

 

Grocery

 

 

Shabbat Hospitality

 

For Shabbat home hospitality within walking distance of the Shul, please email us at eat@BethEl.org. For a Shabbat meal with one of our families, meet our Shabbos Hospitality Representative in front of the Bimah after Shabbat morning services.

 

• Lodging: Marriott Courtyard (inside Eruv), 404-728-0708, 1236 Executive Park; Baymont Inn & Suites (inside Eruv), 404-321-0999, 2535 Chantilly Dr.; Emory Inn (outside Eruv), 404-712-6700, 1641 Clifton Rd.

 

• Eruv: An Eruv encircles the Shul, with a span of about two miles in every direction. Email the Eruv at eruv@BethEl.org before Shabbat for current Eruv status.

 

• Mikvah: The women’s mikvah is located .... To make an appointment .... at least 24 hours in advance. The men’s mikvah is located..... It is open..day ....; closed ...

 

• Classes: Temple Menorah always has an open Beit Medrash and daily lunchtime and evening classes. Go online to BethEl.org or call the office for a complete listing of classes

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