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Arnie & Richie Restaurant
Take a deep whiff when you walk in and you'll know what you're in for: onion rolls, smoked whitefish salad, half-sour pickles, herring in sour cream sauce, chopped liver, corned beef, and pastrami. At this casual-to-the extreme, family-run operation, most customers are regulars and seat themselves at tables that have baskets of plastic knives and forks; if you request a menu, it's a clear sign you're a newcomer.
Phone: 305-531-7691. Address: 525 41st Street, Miami Beach, FL 33140.

China Kikar Tel Aviv
China Kikar Tel Aviv, has been a mainstay for Miami Beach locals and visitors alike. They are the only Chinese kosher restaurant in town, while serving a wide variety of American dishes as well. Kikar Tel Aviv has everything one can wish for. It is friendly and spacious and centrally located in the heart of Miami Beach, right off the boardwalk. Open all week long during the Fall, Winter and Spring months and only on Shabbat during the Summer. As in many Miami Beach restaurants, they feature an Early Bird Special from 4-6pm (Mon-Thu) and an All-You-Can-Eat buffet Monday Night. This restaurant also offers fish and vegetarian dishes.
Phone: 305-866-3316. Address: 5005 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33140.

Dougies BBQ and Grill
Dougie’s is famous for its generous portions and great tasting dishes. They’re proud of their child-friendly atmosphere, well equipped with high chairs and a full “Kids Kolumn” menu. Plastic bibs are available for kids and messy eaters. The relaxed feel is noticeable by the trademark crayons and white paper tablecloths. You can play your favorite games like tic-tack-toe while you wait for your Unbelievable Onion, Barbeque Spare Ribs, Buffalo wings, Fire Poppers, Tenderloin Steak and if you have room, a Pastrami Burger. RESERVATIONS Suggested on Sundays.
Phone: 305-604-8800. Address: 468 41st Street, Miami Beach, FL 33140.

Gourmet Carrot
From the exterior, this kosher natural food restaurant/juice bar doesn’t look like any other average smoothie store. But the smoothies here could be considered nectar for the casual gourmet: rich and unusual combinations like the “Chilled Lych” (litchi juice, banana, and housemade ginger-pear and litchi sorbets). Gourmet Carrot’s solid food -- ranging from sandwiches, to salads, to complete entrées such as tamarind-glazed local mahi-mahi with two vegetable side dishes -- is tasty enough to make one forgive and forget that it's good for you. Hours: Sun-Thu 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.; Fri 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Price: $$ Serving: Lunch and Dinner Reservations: No Dress: Casual Features: Patio/Sidewalk Dining and Takeout.
Phone: 305-534-4211. Address: 959 West Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139.

Pita Loca
About 10 years ago, Israeli-born brothers Yochai and Doron Sasi took over Pita Loca in South Beach and they haven’t looked back since. Yochai says he wanted to bring a piece of Israel to Miami in look, sound and taste. With a beautiful mural depicting the city of Jerusalem on the wall, Israeli music playing in the background and the aroma of shawarma in the air, you’ll certainly feel a sense of Israel. But besides operating as a Middle Eastern restaurant, the brothers are proud to call their establishment a little Chabad House. They have tefillin for travelers to put on, as well as, mezuzot, Israeli calling cards and newspapers for sale. Hours Sun thru Thursday 12 pm till 12 am. Fri closed one hour before Shabat. Open Saturday one hour after Shabat.
Phone: 305-673-3388. Address: 601 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139.

Sam’s Deli and Grill
Everyone likes to eat. And eat out. And eat out at new places. This brings us to Sam's, the kosher eatery that's exhibited plenty of chutzpah in challenging the long-running reign of nearby kosher-style Arnie & Richie's Delicatessen. The rectangular, 50-seat dining room is a clean, handsome throwback to delis from days gone by. A lengthy row of glass display cases filled with foodstuffs extends across the right side of the restaurant; the opposite, olive green walls adorned with nostalgic black-and-white photographs of old Miami Beach interspersed with wood-framed mirrors — and broken up by a brick wall in the back of the space. Antique lanterns hang from a lofty tin ceiling, and wooden tables, chairs, and accents contribute warmth to an otherwise standard delicatessen setup.
Phone: 305-538-1616. Address: 740 41st Street, Miami Beach, FL 33140

Tea for Two
One block off from Lincoln Road, Tea for Two South is a modern bistro with a retro atmosphere in the trendy area of South Beach, Florida. They have a delightful menu which transcends expectations of traditional Italian cuisine and sushi. Their reasonably priced menu continues with delicious pasta dishes, such as Fettuccini Alfredo and and Portabella Mushroom Ravioli among the favorites. All fish entrees are served with two side dishes with recommendations consisting of Red Snapper Fradiolovo and Tuna Roast. The restaurant also offers a number of Mexican dishes including Cheese Quesadilla and Vegetable. Tea for Two South has an extensive sushi menu to satisfy any sushi lover. All Hours Sun - Thu Lunch 11:00am - 10:00pm Fri 11:00am - 3:30 pm Sat 1 hr after Shabbat - 1:00am. Phone: 305-672-0565. Address: 1205 17th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139.

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Kosher Treats
1682 NE 164th Street
N. Miami Beach, FL 33162
(888) 847-1898
(305) 947-1800
Supervision: NK (O)

Kosher World II
1123 NE 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
(305) 944-7726
Supervision: ORD (O) glatt

Kosher Direct
1680 NE 164th Street
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
(305) 940-5300
Supervision:KM (O)

757 N.E.167th Street
N. Miami Beach, FL 33162
(305) 652-3343
Supervision: Kosher Miami (O) Dairy & Pareve

Kosher World
514 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Kastner's Pastry Shop
700 41st Street
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Shabbos Gourmet
3921 Alton Rd
Miami Beach Florida 33140

Synagogues and Shuls

Adas Dej
225 37th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Beth El Congregation - Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
2400 Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach Florida 33140

Beth Hamedrash Levi Yitzchok Lubavitch
1140 Alton Road
Miami Beach Florida 33139

Beth Israel Congregation
770 W. 40th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Beth Yoseph Chaim Congregation
843 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Chevra Shas at Tower 41
4101 Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Congregation Beth Jacob
311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Congregation Ohev Shalom
7055 Bonita Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33141

Congregation Ohr Chaim
317 W. 47th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Knesseth Israel
1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Shaare Ezra Sephardic Congregation
945 West 41st Street
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Temple Benarroch
17720 N. Bay Road
Miami Beach, FL 33160

Temple Beth Shmuel - Cuban Hebrew Congregation
1700 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Temple Emanu-El of Greater Miami
1701 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Temple Menorah
620 75th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33141

Temple Ner Tamid
7909 Carlyle Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33141

Torat Moshe - Sephardic Congregation of Florida
1200 Normandy Drive
Miami Beach Florida 33141

Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Miami
1200 Alton Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Young Israel of Miami Beach
4221 Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach Florida 33140


Marriot – South Beach
161 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, Florida 33139 USA
Phone: 1-305-536-7700
Fax: 1-305-536-9900
Steeped in art deco splendor and a high energy atmosphere, Marriott is a stylish South Beach luxury hotel in the trendiest corner of America's Riviera. Perfectly situated in the urban paradise of South Beach on Ocean Drive, this Marriott is a chic, contemporary retreat in the heart of it all. Whether you are here for business or leisure, you will enjoy countless conveniences and the luxury of being moments from sultry nightlife and legendary entertainment. Stroll along the pristine sands of Miami Beach, tee off at a nearby golf championship golf course, and explore our prominent shopping districts. You will find everything you need right outside your door. Our superior concierge service, alluring function space, upscale dining and dazzling ocean views make every guest's stay an ideal experience. Discover impeccable service and luxurious accommodations at this tropical sanctuary, Marriott - South Beach style.

1671 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: 305-535-8088
Fax: 305-535-8185
An upscale collection of 93 boutique accommodations, featuring one and two-bedroom suites, 16 two-story ocean side garden bungalows and 8 rooftop penthouses, including the three-bedroom Sagamore Suite with a private oceanfront sundeck. State of the art in-room technology, including two or more cable TV's, stereo, VCR and DVD. Dual-line phones with data port and high-speed internet access.

The Alexander
5225 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
Phone: (305) 865-6500
Fax: (305) 341-6553
For reservations: 1(800) 327-6121
The Alexander All-Suite Oceanfront Resort on Miami Beach is best known for its intimacy and exclusivity. Guests are welcomed into the hotel's warm West Indies Caribbean décor where a regal staircase spirals to the mezzanine level where restaurants, meeting rooms and outdoor recreation await.

The Savoy Hotel
455 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone 305 532 0200
Fax 305 534 7436
The only hotel on Ocean Drive located directly on the sand with private beach access, the chic Savoy Hotel is a 75-suite luxury resort without peer on America's sun-drenched Riviera - South Miami Beach's Art Deco district.
The Savoy offers spacious one and two bedroom suites with beach, pool and Ocean Drive views, only steps away from breezy al fresco cafés, hip boutique shopping, and sizzling nightlife - all with the unmistakable flavor of Miami's multi-cultural South Beach. Setting The Savoy apart is our incredible location and generous amenities, unlike any other on Ocean Drive.

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