I have 3 questions:
1. Please give me your best recs. on kosher places in Miami (South Beach all the way up to Aventura).
2. Also, has anyone heard of a Kosher Mexican place in Miami? Any info on that would also be appreciated.
3. Besides Days Inn, China Kikar Tel Aviv, and Tower 41 are there any other places near 41st street to eat pre-pay shabbos meals?
You should check out the web site of Kosher Miami, The Va’ad Hakashrus of Miami and Dade counties.
They have a good listing of Kosher restaurants (and other kosher food establishments) that they give the Kosher supervision on.
The list of Kosher Restaurants can be found here:
What does anyone know about Sarah's Tent Restaurant in Aventura?We're going down to Miami for Yeshiva Week. I'm looking for something new and interesting and good. I miss LeMarais,Carol's Place, and Coiffiochi and am looking for something along those lines, or for that matter any good restaurants that either won't be packed or can handle the crowds. We enjoyed China Bistro,Cine Citte Cafe,Tea for Two and Grill Time. Also, is there any other pizza store in the Miami Beach area besides Shemtov's?,preferably one that delivers to the hotels on Collins. Last year , we used one on Alton Rd . I can't find its phone number.Thanks.
Great natural food leaning restaurant on 10th St and 1st avenue, in Miami Beach, called Gourmet Carrot. Delicious food. Not just the standard boring tofu fare. All types of interesting salads, tasty fish dishes, soups, shakes. Also a few meat items, like stir fry chicken, and burgers. Small place, with indoor seating and sidewalk tables. Good neighborhood restaurant. Not expensive. Not the type of place that would typically be under hashgocho in a primarily non-frum area, but it is. (I don't recall who gives the hashgocho, but the religious Miami Beach community eats there). And plenty for kids to enjoy too.
Where is 1st avenue on Miami Beach? All the avenues on Miami Beach have names, iirc.
Also, not sure I'd call that a non-frum area (if you mean 10th street and any of the avenues west of Collins) as there are the Chabad yeshivot and the Talmud University or whatever it's called within a mile, plus the Chabad of South Beach and a couple of small shuls that may or may not still be functioning south of Lincoln Rd. Yes, it's not North Beach but it's not exactly Hialeah either.
My Miami picks- Cinne Citta or whatever it is spelled in Sunny Isles. Dairy Italian.
China Bistro in Aventura for sushi is decent, but Bon Ami in Hollywood is the best.
The mexican you can find at Prime 18 in Aventura- when prime grill sold the new owners did a combo restaurant. Not so much, but if you're craving - enjoy.
PS we really enjoyed prepay at Tower 41 despite feeling out of place.