Canada & USA kosher Restaurant Succah List

Many people enjoy restaurants during Succos, below is a list of some kosher restaurants located in the USA and Canada that will be having a Succah for you to enjoy your meal. Don’t forget to share you foodie experiences with us on our Facebook group “Kosher Guru’s Kosher Nation”. We look forward to seeing your post. To help us grow this list, please email avi@thekosherguru.com with additional restaurants you know having a Succah this Succos to be added.  

Canada:

Thornhill:

Bali-Laffa Mediterranean Grill

Toronto:

Aroma Espresso Bar

Chicken Nest

Slice N Bites

Vaughn:

Starbucks Cafeteria at the Leo & Sala Goldhar Celebration Centre

 

USA:

California:

Encino:

Street Café by Aroma

Los Angeles:

Bibi’s Bakery & Café

Fish Grill

Meshuga 4 Sushi – Pico Location

Nagila Pizza

Osher Bar & Grill

Sherman Oak:

Orange Delight & Grill

Connecticut:

Stamford:

Six thirteen

Soosh

Florida:

Aventura:

Acqua

Fresko

Fuego by Manna

Noma

Soho Asian Bar & Grill

Boca Raton:

Butcher Block Steakhouse

Miami Beach:

Carlos & Gabby’s

Claudine Uzan

Grill House

Lenny’s Pizza

Florida Grill

Montefiore

Prime 41 at Tower 41

Tasty Beach Café

North Miami Beach:

Chai Wok

Holy bagels & pizzeria

Kosher Subway

Flamingo Café

Jerusalem Pizza

Seventeen Restaurant & Sushi bar

Surfside:

Backyard BBQ & Brew

Chai Wok

Kosh

Rstiko

The Carrot

The Harbor Grill

Georgia:

Atlanta:

Formaggio Mio

Fuego Mundo

Kosher Touch

Pita Palace

Illinois

Chicago:

Evita Argentinian Steakhouse

Great Chicago

Main Pizza/Chalavi

Milt’s BBQ For The Perplexed

Highland Park:

Mizrahi

Skokie:

EJ’s Pizzeria

Emma’s bagel Café

Sandwich Club

Shallots

Slice of Life/hy Life Bistro

Taboun

Louisiana:

New Orleans:

Kosher Cajun

Massachusetts:

Boston:

Milk Street Café

Maryland:

Silver Spring:

Ben Yehuda Pizza

Minnesota:

http://www.amisdecolette.fr/?friomid=site-rencontre-pour-mariage-france&5b9=f6 Michigan: 
http://ligaspanyol.net/?mikroskop=site-de-rencontre-gratuit-lovoo&74a=26 Detroit:

Kravings

Minneapolis:

Prime Deli & Restaurant

New Jersey:

East Brunswick:

Giddy’s Pizzeria

Elizabeth:

Avenue Grill & Sushi

Lakewood:

Bun Burger Kitchen

Glatt Bite

Snap’s Kosher

Metuchen:

The Orchid

Teaneck:

Estihana

Lazy Bean Café

Mocha Bleu

Noah’s Ark

Nobo

Teaneck Doghouse

Nevada:

Las Vegas:

Anise tapas

New York:

Brooklyn:

Basil

Bison & Bourbon

Boeuf & Bun

Bordeaux Steakhouse

Brooklyn Artisan Bakehouse – Crown heights Location

Carlos & gabby’s

Day 5 Sushi

Essen on Coney

Estihana

Falafel Off the Corner

Holy Schnitzel

Izzy’s BBQ Addiction

Mendy’s – Crown Heights Location

Mint

My Grill bar

Orchidea

Pescada Steakhouse

Renaissance Café

Siena

Sub Express

Subsational – Brooklyn College Location

T Fusion Steakhouse

Wolf & Lamb

Cedarhurst:

Cork & Slice

Five Fifty

Holy Schnitzel

Lawrence:

The Coffee Bar

Monsey:

Mandarin

Purple Pear

New Rochelle:

Eden Wok

New York City (Manhattan):

Bedford on Park

Boru Boru

Bravo Kosher Pizza Downtown

Coffeeberry

Eighteen Restaurant

Le Marais

Mendy’s (34th Street)

Mexikosher NYC

Mocha Burger – Soho Location

Mocah Burger – Upper East Side

Mr. Broadway

NY Brat Factory

Pita Grill

Reserve Cut

Talia’s Steakhouse

UN Plaza Grill

Wolf & Lamb

Queens:

Bravo Pizza

Chosen Garden

Elite Café

Grill Point

Holy Schnitzel

Marani

MeO Japanese Hibachi

Naomi’s Kosher Pizza

Staten Island

Holy Schnitzel

Pennsylvania

Bala Cynwyd:

The Dairy Café

Philadelphia:

Espresso Café & Sushi bar

House of Kosher

Toronto Gets a Food Truck

Toronto has got some big wheels marking its territory! MASA Eats Food Truck is now around daily to fill your lunch time needs. Certified by the COR, MASA Eats offers a great menu filled with homemade beef burgers, crispy schnitzel and Schwarma in baguettes or pitas, your choice of grilled or schnitzel veggie salads and more. They even offer and COMBO option with your main or a drink and fries for an additional $3.99. Check out the full menu at
📫146 Overbrook Place (behind CHAT)
⏰Mon-Fri 11am-3pm
🌎 masaeats.com
☎(416)277-2620

 

The Nosh. Episode 74

The Kosher Guru and Yossi Discuss all things Kosher, the upcoming Chag, and so much more. 

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CELEBRATING SUCCOT IN ISRAEL

As a visitor to Israel, it can be a little bit overwhelming keeping track of the different restaurants opening and closing, even more so when you are searching for a restaurant with a Succah.  Here are my suggestions for kosher restaurants around Israel where you can find a good meal in a nice Succah. There are definitely more choices in Jerusalem, but there are also some great options in other cities.

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go site Mamilla Mall is always incredibly busy during Succot with people visiting the kotel, but all the cafes and restaurants have a Succah, so there is plenty of choice. Most of the options have a pretty average offering of both food and service, but http://bestone.com.au/?p=504 Luciana and go site Happy Fish both have a very large Succah.

For the ultimate “Jerusalem” setting,  http://bandarjudibola.org/?protis=avis-site-rencontre-oulfa&84d=c6 Rooftop Restaurant http://avpsolutions.com/blog/samsung-moves-into-payments-hackers-never-sleep/ Mamilla Hotel is a great Succah experience, with delicious food and an incredible view – source url full review here.

opzioni digitali indicatore La Regence  For those looking for truly creative kosher dining, the tasting menu at  zürich flirten La Regence is a unique experience.  As you would expect from The King David Hotel, the service is efficient and attentive. The restaurant will have its own Succah – full review here.

Kikar Hamusica is the perfect choice over Succot as they have one large Succah in the middle of the square, used by all the restaurants, with musical performances taking place from lunchtime until the evening. All the details of the various concerts are on their website. My personal recommendation would be Kinor Bakikar for a juicy steak and Gourmandises by Yoel for authentic French dairy food – full review here.

Anna Italian Café in Ticho House is a delicious Italian restaurant in a beautiful setting – my favorite dairy restaurant in Jerusalem.  Anna will have a Succah on their front balcony overlooking the garden. – click here for a full review.

Harvey’s Smokehouse opened earlier in the year in place of Gabriel, by the same owner, Harvey Sandler.  The US style smokehouse signature dishes include popcorn chicken, Kansas style burnt ends and cherry wood smoked asado. It has the advantage of being on a pedestrian street so the Succah is spacious, comfortable and beautifully decorated.

Angelica also has a wonderful courtyard for the Succah and the restaurant itself has a lovely varied menu and great service.

The 1868 restaurants will all have a Succah. 1868 offers a creative, high-end dinner (full review here), while Zuta Cocktail Bar has an incredible drinks menu with a delicious bar menu (full review here). The newest member of the family, JLM Local Sushi serves a number of Asian cooked dishes, as well as sushi and sake (full review here).

Valero is a relatively new kosher restaurant in the shuk area and the menu is curated by Chef Aviv Moshe. In general it seems to be more popular with Israelis than tourists but they do have some interesting dishes on the menu and will have a Succah outside the restaurant.

Most of the hotels in Jerusalem have a spacious Succah and are also open to outside guests, including Orient Jerusalem, InbalMamilla Hotel and David Citadel.

If you feel like venturing outside the city, Muza Bahar in Shoresh is a wonderful location with incredible views and I personally love the food – full review here.

TEL AVIV

Despite being on a rooftop, Blue Sky by Meir Adoni in the Carlton Tel Aviv Hotel will not have a Succah, but there will be a Succah on the hotel terrace by the beach, with food from Lumina by Meir Adoni and Esperanto Bar, which has a dairy Greek style mezze and bar menu, will also have a Succah overlooking the sea.

Malka is Chef Eyal Shani’s first kosher restaurant in Israel.  The menu is creative and with some delicious combinations. It is not for everyone but definitely worth trying if you are looking for a unique kosher experience. They have a large outside area which will include a Succah.

Meat Kitchen is a large restaurant in a business area of Tel Aviv but the Succah will only have space for six tables, so book as soon as you can. There is a large meat-aging fridge at the back of the restaurant but the menu also includes many chicken, fish and vegetarian options. The overall quality of the ingredients, interesting flavors combinations and efficient service, make it a great kosher option in Tel Aviv

Mapu by Nir Zook in the Prima City Hotel will have a large Succah on the terrace outside the restaurant.

NORTH

Al Hamayim on Sharon Beach in Herzliya Pituach recently became kosher and will have a Succah.  The menu includes a variety of dairy and fish dishes, along with an extensive sushi selection.

Souvlaki in Netanya is one of the only kosher restaurants on the beach. As well as meat dishes, the menu includes traditional Greek dairy dishes, using parev versions of feta and yogurt. The restaurant will have a large Succah with space for 50 people.

Meat fans will be delighted to know that Gillis Steak House on Moshav Nov in the Golan will be open over Succot. They will be open for 2 hours sittings over chol hamoed at 2, 4, 6 & 8pm and 12-3pm on Friday – full review here.

Beit Haugot (Mehadrin) is an incredible dairy café in the garden of a house near the Hula Valley Nature Reserve. The service is warm and friendly and the food is fresh and tasty.  It is only open during the day so be sure to call and book – full review here.

SOUTH

5th Avenue is a newly kosher restaurant in Eilat, with a creative menu and fun ambiance. The restaurant will feature a Succah in the courtyard – full review here.

I hope this has given you some ideas of where to eat over Succot in Israel. In order to write this before Succot starts, I am basing some of the information on my experience in previous years or information I have received from the restaurants themselves.

Cheese Blintze Soufflé

Every household has certain traditions that are theirs. They are the routines that the family is used to. For certain holidays sometimes those traditions are passed down from generation to generation. For breaking fast the Guru house has their traditions just like most other homes. We make the usual bagels, lox, and cream cheese. Ok, you got me, we buy these items probably because it’s easy to serve, set up, and clear but as time goes on we started adding to these staples. One addition that we make is a blintz soufflé. I love cheese blintzes and can make them no problem but they are tedious and tiresome. It’s a real patchka, you might say. Well blintz soufflé may sound daunting but let me tell you its super simple. It’s basically a cheese blintz recipe but without the patchka. It might scare you because it’s 2 bowls but it’s really a cinch to put together and it’s always a crowd pleaser among both adults and kids.

Ingredients

Batter 

  • 1/2 cup oil
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 1/4 cup flour
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla

Cheese Filling

  • 1 container cottage cheese (or farmer cheese) (16 oz)
  • 2 tbsp cream cheese
  • 1 egg
  • 3 tbsp vanilla sugar
  • 1 tbsp oil

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  • In a bowl Mix all the Ingredients for the batter and set aside.
  • In a separate bowl mix all the ingredients for the cheese filling.
  • In a greased ovenproof dish pour half the batter on the bottom.
  • On top of the batter pour the cheese filling.
  • On top of the filling finish with the rest of the batter making sure to cover the cheese filling.
  • Place in the oven and bake for 45/50 minutes until set.

Serve with blueberry sauce.

Blueberry sauce

Ingredients

  • 2 cups blueberries fresh or frozen
  • 2 tsp vanilla sugar
  • Juice of 1 small lemon

Directions

  • In a small saucepan mix all ingredients
  • On medium/low flame allow blueberry Mixture to cook down until blueberries burst and it comes together into a sauce stirring frequently it should take about 10 minutes.

Serve with blintz soufflé

Kosher Food Now at Atlanta Airport

Atlanta is the busiest airport in not just the United States but in the world, and it’s only getting hotter! Fuego Mundo, Atlanta’s hottest Kosher joint will now be serving Kosher food in the Hartsfield- Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Fuego Mundo will be preparing delicious, fresh and healthy options like their Chicken Salad Wraps, Smoked Turkey Breast Sandwiches, and Organic Hummus and Chips. This all can be found at Concourse A Kiosks. Long gone are the bags and bags of chips and pretzels. Congratulations to Fuego Mundo and thank you for expanding our Kosher flying scene

LAST CHANCE, SUKKOS FOR $10!! – Support Bikur Cholim of Lakewood

LAST CHANCE, SUKKOS FOR $10!!
 
Your entire Sukkos, for $10. Doesn’t get better than that.
 
Imagine someone handing you gift certificates to stores all over town. Deluxe Panel Sukkah. Clothing. Silver. Awning. Car Rental. Daled Minim… Y’think you might find something to buy in this pre-Sukkos season?! By clicking here to donate just $10 to Lev Rochel Bikur Cholim, you will purchase the opportunity to win BIG.
 
Support Bikur Cholim of Lakewood – who are there for the cholim nonstop, at every stage and age, at every hour and season. Your $10 is where it all begins.
 
 
Not from Lakewood? If you win, we fly you in!
 
 

Easy Peach Crisp

The last licks of summer is still here. It’s definitely hot enough to be summer that’s for sure. I still am getting amazing peaches, nectarines, and plums and the yummy stone fruits from the local supermarkets. I’m really picky with my stone fruit and I like it to be rock hard. If it doesn’t pass my touch test then it goes straight to be baked. I like making peach crisp for dessert in the summer because they are super simple easy and I usually have some stone fruits in the fridge that don’t pass my rock hard test. So In honor of the last licks of summer here is my version of the peach crisp I hope you enjoy!

Ingredients

  • 6 ripe peaches pitted and cut up small
  • Dash of cinnamon
  • Juice from half of a lemon
  • 1 tsp Vanilla sugar

Crumbs

  • ½ cup Sugar
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • ½ cup flour
  • ½ cup oats
  • ⅓ cup oil

Directions

  • In a bowl mix the peaches, dash of cinnamon, lemon juice, and vanilla sugar to coat.
  • Place peaches in a ceramic pie plate.
  • To make the crumbs add all ingredients in a bowl and mix until it resembles sand.
  • Pour crumbs over peaches and bake in a 350 degree oven for an hour until peaches are soft and it’s bubbly.

Serve with ice cream & enjoy!

Mike’s Burgers in Cedarhurst is Moving

💥BIG NEWS 💥
After sadly needing to close their doors due to a fire, the very popular Mike’s Burgers will be
reopening. Mike’s Burger will be taking over The G.O.A.T. located at 600 Central Ave. in the 5 Towns.
The Guru Team is excited for what’s to come. We will keep you posted on an opening date and other details. We wish both the owners of The G.O.A.T. and Mike’s Burgers much Hatzlacha, Mazal and Bracha on all their future endeavors!
📫 600 Central Ave., Cedarhurst, NY

Candied Beef Fry and Kale Simanim Salad With a Pomegranate Honey Dressing

Does every meal need a salad? I always ask myself that question. Does anyone really like salad or do we pretend to like it because we know it’s good for us. Going into the new year, I would like to start with making sure I have a salad at every meal. I want my kids to learn to like salad from a young age and teach them the importance of healthy eating from early on, and also just to enjoy all foods, weather they are good for you or not. This salad serves a few purposes, it’s not just so my kids learn to eat a vegetable It’s also a fun way to incorporate the simanim for Rosh Hashana. The base I used was kale, yeah that’s the stuff I used to garnish tables with, that has made its way into households as a superfood. I added pomegranate seeds, which by the way I can eat by the bowl full, I love them that much. I also used shaved carrots, roasted butternut squash, Gefen premade beets, roasted leeks, cut up slivers of apple and to top it off and to get them to eat it, candied Meal Mart smoked beef fry. I don’t know about you but growing up we always had salad on the table and my mom always had bacon bits on the side. This reminds me of my childhood and now I get to have the real deal or at the least the Kosher version of the real deal. As a dressing I wanted to go light and I made a pomegranate honey vinaigrette. I hope you love this salad and not just eat it because of the health benefits. I hope in the Zechus of this salad we all have an amazing healthy and prosperous new year.

Ingredients

  • 6 cups Chopped kale stems removed cleaned and dried (you can use baby kale, mesclun, or spring mix too)
  • 1/2 cup pomegranate seeds
  • 1 cup butternut squash cubed
  • 1 carrot shaved
  • 1 Leek cleaned and cut up
  • 1 Beet (I used the Gefen premade ones)
  • 1 Apple cut thin
  • 1-2 tbsp Olive oil for roasting (or cooking spray)
  • Salt and pepper
  • Candied smoked beef fry (recipe below)

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  • On a greased cookie sheet place the butternut squash  and leeks making sure not to crowd them.
  • Drizzle olive oil on leeks and squash add salt and pepper.
  • Roast for about 30 min until browned
  • Allow to cool
  • To assemble salad
  • Place kale in a bowl and dress the kale lightly massaging it into the kale
  • layer the rest of the ingredients on top of the kale finishing with the candied beef fry

Pomegranate honey Dressing

  • ¼ cup Pomegranate vinegar
  • 2 tsp Honey
  • ⅛ cup Olive oil
  • Salt to taste
  • Pepper to taste

Whisk all ingredients together in a small bowl

Use on salad if there is leftover dressing you can keep in the fridge for about a week.  

Candied Beef Fry

Ingredients

  • 1 package Meal Mart smoked beef fry
  • ½ cup brown sugar

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  • On a baking sheet covered in parchment paper spread beef fry strips in a single layer.
  • Sprinkle brown sugar on top of the beef fry strips coating them.
  • Bake for 10 minutes until crispy and fat has rendered.

Allow to cool then chop to use in the salad.

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