The City of Sunny Isles, also known as Little Moscow, is a relatively small city located near the City of Miami. It is flanked on both sides by the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway, offering plenty of fun in the sun for visitors and residents. One of the biggest attractions in the city is the Russian stores that line the famous Collins Avenue. Like many other cities in South Florida, it is also home to museums, parks and The Art Deco Welcome Center. It is also a flourishing resort area, something any vacationer will love.
The city strives to serve its largely Russian Jewish community and visitors by offering a variety of restaurants that adhere to Kosher standards. One such restaurant is Miami Pita. They serve meat at a price any vacationer can afford and are open for lunch and dinner. Bissaleh, which means “little bit” in Yiddish, is yet another wonderful choice. They serve dairy, fish, and more. They also feature strict rabbinical supervision, so you can dine with confidence. They are located at 17608 Collins Avenue. Sunny Isles Kosher is yet another great option. Located at 18110 Collins Avenue, they serve a variety of dairy dishes and more. Like many other Miami restaurants
here, they are closely supervised to ensure the quality of each dish served. Additional listings are available below. With so many options, you should have no trouble keeping Kosher when you visit Sunny Isles.
As always, do not forget to make reservations before heading out. You do not want to end up scrambling for a place to eat at the last minute. Miami-Info.com provides all the contact information you need to ensure you can do so. We also offer listings for addition areas in this section, so be sure to take advantage of this great resource.