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Hi all,

If I were to stay in a hotel not affiliated with any kosher for passover program in Miami beach near 41st during chol hamoed, what are my options? Are any of the restaurants switching to kosher for passover? Will any of the hotels (which ones) let us pay for an individual meal?

Thanks.

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  1. Almost all the restaurants will be kosher, and almost all the programs will let you pay. have fuN!

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    1. re: tomby

      The restaurant in Tower 41 is doing meals. It is called Emerald Tower 41. They had an ad in this week's Jewish Press.

      1. re: momrn

        contact the ORB (Orthodox Rabbinical Board of Broward and Palm Beach) which are likely to know what is Kosher for Passover in Miami too.

    2. oops was also thinking that the ORB will tell you about Broward and PBC Kosher restaurants too in case you fancy a drive north during Chol Hamoed.

      1. In previous years, Kikar Tel Aviv, in the Carriage Club North at 50th St. & Collins Avenue, had Passover meals that can be served either in their restauraunt or catered to your apt. (maybe also to your hotel?) They catered to the Mimosa at 47th and Collins, but I don't know how far they will travel. They are not cheap ($100 per person for seders, $50-60 for non-seder Yom Tov and Shabbat meals) but we found the food pretty good. Shabbat & Yom Tov Lunches are buffet style, while the seders and evening meals are table service. They may have changed their Kashrut certification, so you should check with them.

        Also, a few years ago, there was a kosher restaurant at the Days Inn on Collins and 43rd Street, but I do't know if are still kosher.

        1. Tower 41 has a new caterer and the place has improved tremendously. Highly recommend.