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South Florida Restaurants open for Pesach?

davidnfreedman Mar 27, 2009 02:07 PM

Can anyone recommend anywhere good for meals during pesach (not Seder). Anywhere from Miami up to West Palm Beach. Thanks

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    davidnfreedman Mar 31, 2009 08:42 AM

    No ideas anyone??

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    1. re: davidnfreedman
      mrmoose Mar 31, 2009 09:29 AM

      I think most of the hotels with programs will allow you to pay for individual meals

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        davidnfreedman Mar 31, 2009 10:50 AM

        I'm sure they will!!!! Any real restaurants???

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      Gourmetfoodie Apr 6, 2009 01:39 PM

      We're going to Chef Allen's in Aventura. Opus 5 in Boca also has Passover as well as Henry's in Delray.

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      1. re: Gourmetfoodie
        smartie Mar 10, 2010 04:12 AM

        I do not believe these are Kosher! They may just be open on Passover.

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        liss10 Apr 6, 2009 05:50 PM

        In Miami Beach, Mr. Chopstix and Rare Steakhouse are both open on Pesach. Not sure, but Grill Time in Aventura is usually open as well.

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        1. re: liss10
          pinkdev Mar 10, 2010 08:03 AM

          I didn't speak with Mr. Chopstix, but I did speak with Grill Time in Aventura and Rare Steakhouse in Miami Beach. Unfortunately, both are closed on Pesach.

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          pinkdev Mar 9, 2010 04:31 PM

          I made a bunch of phone calls and found out the the following are offering kosher Pesach meals in Miami Beach:
          China Kikar Tel Aviv
          41 On The Bay
          Kastner's Market will have their take-out kosher for Pesach sometime during the week of 3/21
          Lofty Latte
          Pita Hut
          www.mykoshermarket.com has details about Pesach on their website, confirmed via phone as well.

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          1. re: pinkdev
            mrotmd Mar 10, 2010 02:45 PM

            My wife and I decided that the best place for Pesach is home. The few retaurants that are open are pricier and with a limited menu.
            Certainly many non-kosher restaurants have a "seder style" menu the first night. Certainly they don't claim nor qualify as kosher.
            China Kikar Tel Aviv, under OK certificate will be open (I just called to check)

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              sherry f Mar 16, 2010 02:56 PM

              I was just in Miami getting the condo ready and will be going down after the first days. The following kosher places confirmed that they will be open: Waterways Grill and Banana Royale ice cream in the Waterways, The Pita Hut on 41st, Grill Time in North Miami is closed but the Boca location will be open. Tel: 561-482-3699. The Waterways Grill will let you have the first Seder in the restaurant. There may be more places that I don't know about.

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