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May 10, 2005 11:35 PM

Kosher Phoenix/Sedona

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My wife and I are visiting Phoenix next week for a few days, then moving on to Sedona for a few more.

I know there are a few kosher restaurants in Phoenix...any recommendations?

Also, are there any kosher resources in Sedona?

Thanks for your help!

-Josh (NJ)

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  1. Call Chabad in Phoenix. Here is their website.

    Link: http://members.aol.com/chabadaz/phoen...

    1. I found this thread. It is what you are looking for:

      Link: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

      1. Just went there this past weekend for a conference and since others search the threads for destinations, I'll put in my two cents. Tried the Scottsdale Kosher Market, it had a nice grocery selection and was very clean. The kitchen was mediocre if you come from a bigger city...We tried Segals and the catering was from there- hit or miss but serviceable. The King Solomon's Pizza place was great and open after Shabbos. Down from Imperial Kosher Market (small selection) there was a new Glatt "restaurant" called "Bon Appetit." Although the ambience was lacking and might drive you to consider something else, the food was actually very home-made well cooked. I had the borekas, my husband had a steak and we were both surprised at the excellent flavor. Too bad it's a hole in the wall.

        5 Replies
        1. re: levial

          Going for a conference in June-- any updates or new recommendations?
          Specifically the Phoenix and Scottsdale areas.

          1. re: whitewater

            Check out http://www.shamash.org/kosher/ - I travle quite frequently and alway check there to see what the current state of Kosher eating is in the area I am heading - includes reviews

            1. re: whitewater

              I was there about 6 months ago for a couple of days and ate at King Solomon's Pizza. It was kind of a dive (like most kosher pizza places in most cities) but the food was pretty good and reasonably priced.

            2. Check out http://www.passovermealstogo.com when you are in Phoenix. You can either pick up Kosher food or have it delivered.