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Boston’s Best Kosher Restaurants

Bagelsaurus, Exodus, Mamaleh’s and more: Bagel shops and Jewish-style delis are making a comeback. (Don’t believe me? I wrote an article about it!)

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But, you ask, what about straight-up kosher spots? Here’s a list of Boston destinations. (I stuck to the immediate Boston area for conciseness, but feel free to recommend other places farther afield.) Did I miss anywhere? Is there a hidden gem you love? Tell me!

The Butcherie

The Butcherie

Courtesy The Butcherie

OK, not a restaurant per se, but this kosher grocery runs a brisk to-go and catering business, and it’s a lifesaver for kosher wine. Need an elegantly designed smoked fish platter that would put any Pinterest curator to shame? Behold: This is your place.

Menu curiosity: An admirable beef jerky collection.

Café Eilat

Café Eilat

Courtesy Café Eilat

Kosher pizza and sushi? Your wishes can come true in Brookline! This is a prime dining destination for the truly indecisive: There’s also fish and chips, jambalaya, burritos, quesadillas and nachos.

Menu curiosity: “Snake rolls” topped with barbecue sauce.

Jerusalem Pita & Grill

Jerusalem Pita & Grill

Courtesy Jerusalem Pita & Grill

A nice Coolidge Corner option for the healthy diner, with an array of veggies (Moroccan carrots, Jerusalem eggplant), dips like baba ghanoush, shish kabobs and fluffy falafel.

Menu curiosity: If veggies don’t appeal, well, you can always order Buffalo wings.

Kupel’s Bakery

Kupel’s Bakery

Courtesy Kupel’s Bakery

Nicely chewy bagels, egg salad, smoked salmon and sandwiches, each named after a Boston T stop, plus challah. In Brookline again, of course.

Menu curiosity: Green olive cream cheese on a jalapeño bagel. Don’t be scared.

Pure Cold Press

Pure Cold Press

Courtesy Pure Cold Press

From Haim Cohen and family, the same folks who brought you Rami’s down the block, this clean-and-pristine Coolidge Corner juice bar calls to mind a college cafeteria, only with gourmet food and a bohemian vibe. The options are many: Smoked tempeh “TLT”? Grilled tofu awash in peanut sauce? Enough cold-pressed juices to put any detox fiend to shame? It’s all here.

Menu curiosity: “The Hulk” juice, made with kale, ginger and lemon. Grr!

Rami’s

Rami’s

Courtesy Rami’s

Your Coolidge Corner go-to for pitas of every persuasion, stuffed with falafel, grilled chicken or shawarma, with a side of hummus and baba ghanoush, plus some tongue-tingling hot sauce. An easy lunch option.

Menu curiosity: An expansive kids’ menu for well under $5.

Taam China

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Courtesy Julie Unger

Your friendly Brookline staple for kosher Chinese. There’s a huge medley of veal and the usual array of teriyaki, dumplings, Kung Pao chicken and other recognizable dishes. Prices are reasonable, and it’s kid-tested and approved.

Menu curiosity: If you’re really tame, order the French fries.

Vittorio’s Grill

Vittorio’s Grill

Courtesy Vittorio’s Grill

This Coolidge Corner newcomer touts a handsome kosher, grass-fed beef burger. They also lay claim to “mind-blowing” subs and onion rings.

Menu curiosity: Get your burger topped with up to 16 dressings (pesto, Thousand Island, a wealth of hot sauces).

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The Boston area has one of the most vibrant Jewish communities in the United States, and its smorgasbord of Jewish food options reflects the city’s dynamism. From the neighborhoods of Boston proper to the nearby hubs of “Camberville,” Brookline, Newton, and beyond, the Bostonian Jewish food scene is vast, covering the many areas where Jews have settled in and around the city.

Highlights include classic Jewish delis, beloved bakeries, and serious falafel spots that have been feeding Boston residents for decades. But you can’t miss the innovators, like the new wave of bagel bakeries and delis that are introducing cocktail programs and Middle Eastern flavors to otherwise standard Eastern European Jewish menus. Heck, where else can you get a slivovitz cocktail with your pastrami sandwich?

Be sure to take advantage of the many ways Boston offers visitors and residents alike to learn from experts and get hands-on in the kitchen, from cooking classes and workshops to community gardens. And for the serious cooks out there, fill your grocery basket at any number of lively and exotic markets dotted around the city.
So, welcome to Boston, where you can’t help but leave with a head full of history and a belly full of Jewish eats.

 

On any given Sunday in Boston, you’ll want to grab a bagel and a coffee at one of the classic spots, like Katz Bagel Bakery in Chelsea, owned and operated by the Katz family since 1938. Founder Harry Katz is reportedly the first person to sell pizza bagels, which you can still buy at Katz today. Rosenfeld’s Bagels has been a Newton favorite for over 40 years. In addition to fresh bagels, it also bakes fresh challah and babka, and it’s kosher-certified. Kupel’s in Brookline, which is also kosher-certified, is another no frills spot for quality bagels made fresh daily. And Bagels’ Best Bakery Cafe is deeply beloved by Needham locals. Check out the creative array of schmears.

Katz Bagel Bakery
139 Park St
Chelsea, MA 02150
(617) 884-9738
Location: Chelsea

Rosenfeld’s Bagels
1280 Centre St
Newton, MA 02459
(617) 527-8080
Location: Newton
*This restaurant is kosher.

Kupel’s
421 Harvard St
Brookline, MA 02446
(617) 566-9528
Location: Brookline
*This restaurant is kosher.

Bagels’ Best Bakery Cafe
113 Chapel Street
Needham, MA 02492
(781) 433-0003
Location: Needham
*This restaurant is kosher.

 

In 2013, Bagelsaurus opened, ushering in a new wave of bagel craftsmanship in Boston. Bagelsaurus takes bagels seriously, slow fermenting sourdough culture to form a chewy, flavorful bagel with just enough crust. Owner Mary Ting Hyatt is particularly known for her less than traditional sea salt bagel with honey-rosemary cream cheese. Exodus Bagels began as a pop-up in 2015 and opened a shop in Jamaica Plain early in 2018 following a successful crowdfunding campaign. Exodus is known for numbering each batch of bagels it makes (they’re on Batch 611 at the time of writing this) and for its multi-layered bagel sandwiches like the Bubby, a sandwich of chopped liver, dill, and horseradish with roasted beets and greens. A bit west of the city is The Bagel Place, a new spot that hails from Vermont and apparently imports its bagel-boiling water from the Green Mountain State.

Bagelsaurus
1796 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02140
(857) 285-6103
Location: Cambridge

Exodus Bagels
3346 Washington St
Boston, MA 02130
Location: Boston, Jamaica Plain

The Bagel Place
300 Needham Street
Newton, MA 02464
(617) 467-4244
Location: Newton

 

If you love a good Jewish pastry (and who doesn’t?) stop in for a nosh and some Hebrew lessons at Galit’s Treats, an Israeli-owned and family-focused bakery specializing in challah, bourekas, and lots of vegan and gluten-free options. Or check out Quicksilver Baking Co., a new addition to the scene that’s all about quality rugelach. Try the savory olive tapenade flavor or the more classic raspberry and walnut. You can pre-order for pick up every Tuesday at the Newton Center Farmers Market. Cheryl Ann’s challah and babka are some of Brookline’s favorites and have been since 1985. The bakery is kosher-certified and family-owned. And then there’s Blacker’s Bakeshop, also kosher-certified (as well as pareve and nut-free) and owned by a husband and wife team, Richard and Karen Blacker, who make all the Ashkenazi Jewish classic breads and desserts by hand.

Pro-tip: If you’re in nearby Sharon, MA, consider ordering any number of wacky flavored challahs from challah guru Mandylicious Challahs. She takes orders online, uses only kosher ingredients, and makes flavors like sticky bun challah and pulled brisket challah. Her Instagram says it all. You can also try your hand at making Mandylicious’ red velvet cake challah recipe.

Galit’s Treats
749 Beacon St
Newton Center, MA 02459
(617) 244-2411
Location: Newton Center

Quicksilver Baking Co.
Newton Center Farmers Market every Tuesday (pre-order or purchase on site)
617-875-7188
Location: Newton Center

Cheryl Ann’s
1010 West Roxbury Parkway
Chestnut Hill, MA
(617) 469-9241
Location: Chestnut Hill
*This restaurant is kosher.

Blacker’s Bakeshop in Newton
543 Commonwealth Avenue
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
(617) 332-2008
Location: Newton
*This restaurant is kosher.

 

Boston is no slouch when it comes to deli. Michael’s Deli (previously located in Marblehead, where Jeffrey’s grandpa Joe once made his famous chicken salad and coleslaw), is a favorite in the Jewish hub of Brookline. It’s been open for 40 years, and the corned beef has been winning awards just as long. Owner Steve Peljovich comes from a Cuban Jewish family and brings that spice and fire to everything he does, especially his weekly rotation of “Krazy Knishes” like the guava challah bread pudding knish. Zaftig’s has two branches (in Brookline and Natick) where you can enjoy breakfast all day, including matzah brei or potato pancakes with all the works. A bonus: They give you bagel chips and dip when you take your seat! For brunch, get there early and be prepared to wait. Barry’s Village Deli in Newton has been opened since 1970 and features all the deli classics, including a special Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur menu. And though it isn’t Jewish, per se, Sam Lagrassa’s is a downtown Boston sandwich shop famous for giant corned beef reubens and even a pastrami caprese salad. A few T stops away, in the Boston Public Market, you’ll find Beantown Pastrami, a cozy counter that offers what some say is the best pastrami around.

Michael’s Deli
256 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA
617-738-DELI (3354)
Location: Brookline

Zaftig’s
335 Harvard St
Brookline, MA 02446
617 975 0075
Location: Brookline

Zaftig’s
298 Worcester Rd
Natick, MA 01760
(508) 653-4442
Location: Natick

Barry’s Village Deli
6 Windsor Rd
Waban, MA 02468
(617) 527-9773
Location: Waban

Sam Lagrassa’s
44 Province St
Boston, MA 02108
(617) 357-6861
Location: Boston, Downtown

Beantown Pastrami
100 Hanover Street
Boston, MA 02108
(617) 943-0705
Location: Boston, Downtown

 

Boston is muscling its way to the top of the list of US cities with serious deli street cred. The crew behind Mamaleh’s Deli in Cambridge brings a deep devotion to chopped liver and smoked meat and fish. Located just across the Charles River from Harvard, this exciting restaurant built an award-winning cocktail program in a bright, airy space that feels new and timeless all at once. You can’t go wrong with your order, but definitely try their matzah ball soup, the Mushroom Rachel (a vegetarian Reuben), a housemade soda (celery, dill pickle, beet, etc.) and their inventive cocktails. When Our Father’s Deli opened in 2017, it was an instant hit. The new deli brings together the Eastern European legacy of hand-cut pastrami, corned beef, and gribenes (fried chicken skins) with a sprinkling of Middle Eastern flavors, such as its za’atar salmon, as well as its lamb meatballs with yogurt and harissa. A bit further afield, out in Waltham, you’ll find the celebrated Moody’s Deli, where chef Josh Smith serves his signature Katz sandwich (pastrami, mustard, and swiss on rye) with a side of classic coleslaw and potato salad in an upscale setting. Moody’s famously cures all of its own meats and sausages in-house and has become a serious destination for cured and smoked meat aficionados.

Mamaleh’s Deli
One Kendall Square
15 Hampshire St.
Cambridge, MA 02139
617-958-DELI
Location: Cambridge

Our Father’s Deli
197 N Harvard St
Boston, MA 02134
(617) 303-0101
Location: Allston

Moody’s Deli
468 Moody St
Waltham, MA 02453
(781) 216-8732
Location: Waltham

 

Bostonians are completely in love with Inna’s Kitchen, located in the trendy Boston Public Market and now in a second location in Newton as well. Part of the charm of Inna’s Kitchen is that it is unabashedly, globally Jewish. They’re known for “shakalatkes” (a shakshuka and latke combo), as well as hot, flaky knishes, soups, and pot pies. The owners are a mother-son team, Inna and Alex Khitrik, who are originally from the former Soviet Union and who emphasize gluten-free and nut-free recipes in their cooking. As a bonus, their space in Newton is obtaining Shtiebel Eco-Kosher Certification and is completely gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-free.

Inna’s Kitchen
Boston Public Market
100 Hanover St
Boston, MA 02108
(617) 208-9380
Location: Boston, Downtown

Inna’s Kitchen Culinaria
547 Commonwealth Avenue
Newton, MA 02459
(617) 795-2626
Location: Newton

 

Israeli chefs are having a moment in the Boston area. With locations that bracket Beacon Street, Cafe Landwer opens early in the day for a well-brewed coffee and the famous Landwer’s Israeli style breakfast, featuring pita, feta, salad, eggs, and za’atar chickpeas. By night, locals love the shnitzel and the vegan shwarma. Bonapita, Israeli chef Ilan Barniv’s downtown spot, emphasizes healthy foods drawn from the Mediterranean diet with some of the top falafel in Boston. The restaurant has two locations, both featuring chickpea zucchini falafel and soft-serve frozen custard on the simple yet satisfying menu. Tatte Bakery and Cafe has 11 locations throughout the Boston area and features quality baked goods and a nice sprinkling of Israeli specials like shakshuka and spicy lamb kebabs, inspired by Israeli baker and founder, Tzurit Or. The Chubby Chickpea Truck can be found zipping around town and serving up laffa wraps filled with eggplant, chicken shwarma, and falafel. Chef Avi Shemtov, founder of the truck, just opened Simcha, a brick and mortar location in Sharon, MA. Another great mobile mouth-filler is ChikChak, which offers falafel, shwarma, hummus, and more. Rami’s, a tried-and-true, kosher-certified spot, claims to have the best falafel in town. However, the folks at Jerusalem Pita (another Israeli-owned spot) may beg to differ. Others are fiercely loyal to Jake’s Falafel Corner in Newton.

Pro-tip: Clover Food Lab has multiple locations around the city, serving up kosher-certified, global, vegetarian cuisine with a couple of Israeli-inspired dishes on the menu like sabich and chickpea fritters.

Cafe Landwer – Boston
900 Beacon St
Boston, MA 0221
(857) 753-4035
Location: Boston, St. Mary’s

Cafe Landwer
383 Chesnut Hill Ave
Brighton, MA 02135
(617) 383-5786
Location: Brighton

Bonapita
49 Franklin St
Boston, MA 02110
(857) 350-4606
Location: Boston, Downtown Crossing

Bonapita
75 Spring Street
West Roxbury, MA 02132
(978) 224-4030
Location: Boston, West Roxbury

Tatte Bakery and Cafe
See website for all 11 locations throughout Boston.
Original location:
1003 Beacon Street
Brookline, MA 02446
(617) 232-2200
Location: Brookline

Chubby Chickpea Food Truck
(781) 828-6868
Location: Follow on Twitter for daily locations or visit the website for weekly schedule.

Simcha
370 South Main Street
Sharon, MA 02067
(781) 828-6868
Location: Sharon

ChikChak Food Truck
(617) 13-5030
Location: Visit the website for weekly schedule.

Rami’s
324 Harvard St
Brookline, MA 02446
(617) 738-3577
Location: Brookline
*This restaurant is kosher.

Jerusalem Pita & Grill
10 Pleasant Street
Brookline, MA 02446
(617) 739-2400
Location: Brookline
*This restaurant is kosher.

Jake’s Falafel Corner
740A Beach Street
Newton, MA 02459
(617) 640-2995
Location: Newton

 

When you’re ready to roll up your sleeves and get cooking in your own kitchen (or just pick up some specialty foods to eat at home), Boston has a wide array of markets. For Ashkenazi comfort food and other provisions, visit The Butcherie in Brookline, a kosher grocery store with a variety of prepared foods to go, crunchy snacks, and frozen foods. If you’re an Israeli food enthusiast and love experimenting with Middle Eastern cuisine, Watertown, MA is home to some fabulous Armenian markets along Mt. Auburn Street that carry everything you’d need to whip up a Middle Eastern feast, from date syrup and rose water to specialty produce. Check out Arax, Massis Bakery, and Sevan Bakery. And for those who are interested in traditional Eastern European flavors, the four locations of the BaZaAr Supermarkets carry all of your Russian ingredient needs, such as caviar and buckwheat honey. Their slogan, “Royal Delicacies at Peasant Prices,” tells you everything you need to know.

The Butcherie
428 Harvard St
Brookline, MA 02446
617-731-9888
Location: Brookline
*This restaurant is kosher.

Arax
585 Mount Auburn St
Watertown, Massachusetts 02472
(617) 924-3399
Location: Watertown

Massis Bakery
569 Mt. Auburn Street
Watertown, MA 02472
(617) 924-0537
Location: Watertown

Sevan Bakery
599 Mount Auburn Street
Watertown, MA 02472
(617) 9924 3243
Location: Watertown

Baza Supermarket
30 Tower Road
Newton, MA 02464
617 986 8510
Location: Newton

Bazaar West
855 Worcester Rd
Framingham, MA 01701
508 872 7272
Location: Framingham

Bazaar Beacon
1432 Beacon St
Brookline, MA 02446
617 739 8450
Location: Brookline

Bazaar on Cambridge Street
424 Cambridge Street
Allston, MA 02134
617 787 1511
Location: Allston

 

There’s more to do than eat Jewish in Boston! Beantown Jewish Gardens offers you the chance to get hands-on and experience Jewish food from the roots, literally. Join the organization for programming at any of its gardens located at various Boston area synagogues and JCCs. The organization also plans the Boston Jewish Food Conference, which is held each spring, bringing together the community for a full day of learning about agriculture, food access, local history, and of course, noshing. The Boston Fermentation Festival is an annual event that takes place in August at the Boston Public Market and features tons of workshops about pickling and fermentation of all kinds. Boston Ferments, the organization behind the festival, also runs programs throughout the year, including a kraut mob (Google it) at the Boston Jewish Food Conference. The Jewish Arts Collaborative (JArts) hosts a regular kitchen exploration series of hands-on classes that tie together Boston’s Jewish neighborhoods and the Jewish foods that have been a part of their history. JArts also hosts a popular tasting event known as Beyond Bubbie’s Kitchen, which takes place each spring and features tastes from the best Jewish chefs in Boston and beyond. Kitchen Kibitz, a beloved Jewish food pop-up company, organizes sporadic collaborations with restaurants and chefs which offer fun, interactive opportunities to engage with (and eat!) the newest wave of Jewish food.

Beantown Jewish Gardens and Boston Jewish Food Conference
Location: Various locations throughout Boston. Festival occurs each spring.

Boston Ferments and Boston Fermentation Festival
Location: Events held throughout the year at various locations with an annual festival in August.

Jewish Arts Collaborative and Beyond Bubbie’s Kitchen
Location: Events held throughout the year with annual festival held each February/March.

Kitchen Kibitz
Location: Events held throughout the year at various locations/restaurants.

With input and insight from local experts: Jim Ball [Jewish Arts Collaborative], Jeff Gabel [Kitchen Kibitz], Sara Gardner [Culinary Historian], Josh Luckens, Laura Mandel [Jewish Arts Collaborative], Matt Robinson [Matt’s Meals], Rabbi Charlie Schwartz [Hillel International], Carine Warsawski [Trybal Gatherings].

 

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Larry Levine's Kosher Meats and Deli was founded nearly 40 years ago by Larry Levine on Central Avenue in Chelsea, Massachusetts. In 1986, Larry and his son Todd moved the business to Peabody, Massachusetts, where it is now located on Lowell Street. Levine's is the only kosher meat and deli business north of Boston and south of Montreal, Canada. Conveniently located near I-95 and Routes 1 and 128, customers flock to Levine's from throughout the Boston metropolitan area, from as far south as Connecticut and Rhode Island, and as far north as Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

Levine's provides the highest quality meats, kosher deli, prepared foods, smoked fishes, and cheeses. The store is well stocked with all kinds of kosher groceries, and the freezers contain scrumptious prepared foods ready for you to heat and eat in your own home. Levine's prepares meat or dairy platters for all occasions. Delivery is available, but many people enjoy coming in to Levine's personally to schmooze and see who they might meet there. Levine's also provides orders to kosher meat co-ops throughout the Boston area.

Fifteen years ago, Todd founded Catering by Tevya, expanding on the catering business started by Larry. Today Catering by Tevya provides elegant kosher catering for bar and bat mitzvahs, weddings, seders, shabbat dinners, graduation and confirmation parties, and all kinds of social functions.

Levine's founder, Larry Levine, along with his wife Mindy, can still be found kibbitizing at the store and offering friendly, helpful advice to customers new and old. Todd, who now owns Levine's, is always there to help with your kosher food needs. In fact, Todd is the 4th generation of his family to be in the kosher meat business. Todd's wife, Simone, and daughters Hillary and Allison, can often be spotted in the store helping provide service with a smile.

The motto of Levine's has always been, "We have it all!"
Come visit and see how Levine's can supply all your kosher needs.

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BROOKLINE & BRIGHTON

Bakeries

Kupel's Bake & Bagel (Pareve) (617)566-9528
421 Harvard St.    Shomer Shabbat
Brookline, MA
certified by the Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH)

Shaw's Supermarket In-Store Bakery: Brighton
370 Western Avenue
Brighton, MA 02135
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of New England(KVH)

Stop & Shop Supermarket In-Store Bakery
155 Harvard St.
Brookline, MA 02446
certified by the Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH)

Caterer and Bakery
Catering by Andrew  (617)731-6585
404A Harvard Street     Shomer Shabbat
Brookline, MA 02446
certified by the Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH)

Restaurants

Cafe Eilat  617-277-7770
406 Harvard St.
Brookline, MA 02446
Under supervision of Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH) and Rabbi Aaron Hamaoui.

Pure Cold Press Juice & Salad Bar   (617)738-3577
326 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA 02446
Under supervision of Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH)

Rami's  (617)738-3577
324 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA 02446
Under supervision of Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH)

Kosher Wok formerly Taam China  (617) 734-5288
423 Harvard St
Brookline, MA 02446
Under supervision of Rabbi Aaron Hamaoui

Veggie Crust Brookline
8 Cypress St, Brookline, MA 02445
This location is Kosher certified under the supervision of KVH.
All items are Pas Yisrael, Chalav Yisrael & Bishul Yisrael respectively.
(617) 383 5884

TD Garden Kosher Concessions
100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114
certified by the Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH)

HotNosh Vending MachinesUnder supervision of the Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH)

  • Fenway Park | 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215 (Grand Concourse behind RF Box 87-89) | (617)413-3028
  • Children's Hospital | 300 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA 02115 (Vending Machines near the library & family laundry room) | (617)413-3028
  • TD GARDEN | 100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114 (Employee area, Level 3) | (617)413-3028
  • Maimonides School | 34 Philbrick Rd, Brookline, MA 02445 | (617)413-3028

KOSHER GROCER

The Butcherie (617)731-9888
428 Harvard St.
Brookline, MA
Under supervision of the Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH)

ICE CREAM

16 Handles
1309 Beacon Street, Brookline, (Next to Trader Joe's)
Under supervision of the Rabbinical Council of New England. All products are cholov stam

JP Licks (617) 738-8252
311 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA
Under supervision of the Rabbinical Council of New England.
All 13 locations of JP Licks are fully certified Kosher Dairy (Cholov Stam).

JUDAICA

Israel Book Shop (617)566-7113
410 Harvard St. 1-800-323-7723
Brookline, MA

ORTHODOX SYNAGOGUES

Young Israel of Brookline
62 Green St.  (617)734-0276
Brookline, MA
Rabbi David Hellman

Congregation Beth Pinchas (Bostoner)
 1710 Beacon St
 Brookline, MA 02446
 (617) 566-9182
 Rabbi Naftali Horowitz

 Congregation Chai Odom
 77 Englewood Avenue
 Brookline, MA 02446
 (617) 734-5359
 Rabbi Moskovitz

New Ashkenaz Minyan
74 Corey Rd
Brighton, MA 02135
Rabbi Aaron BenMergui

Cong. Kadimah-Toras Moshe
 113 Washington St (near Comm. Ave)
 Brighton, MA
 (617) 254-1333
Rabbi Jason Strauss

Sephardic Community of Greater Boston
74 Corey Rd
Brighton, MA 02135
617-232-7979
Rabbi Aaron Hamoui

Kollel of Greater Boston
 74 Corey Rd
 Brookline, MA 02446
 (617) 731-8107
Rabbi Naftali Bier & Rabbi Zalman Leff

MaimonidesMinyan
34 Philbrick Rd (near Rt. 9)
Brookline, MA 02446
(617) 232-4414

Chabad Chai Center of Brookline
105 S. Paul Street
Brookline, MA 02446
617-278-2424
Rabbi Mayshe Schwartz

Shaloh House
29 Chestnut Hill Ave
Brighton, MA 02135
617-787-2200
Rabbi Don Rodkin


BOSTON

Milk St. Cafe - hibernating for the Winter 2020-2021
50 Milk St , Boston, MA  (617)542-FOOD
Under the supervision of the Orthodox Rabbinical Council
has been closed due to covid

JP Licks (617) 738-8252

  • Beacon Hill
    150 Charles Street
    Boston MA 02114
    857 - 233 - 2771
  • Boylston Street
    1106 Boylston Street
    Boston MA 02115
    857 - 233 - 5805
  • Jamaica Plain
    659 Centre Street
    Jamaica Plain MA 02130
    617 - 524 - 6740
  • Mission Hill
    1618 Tremont St
    One Brigham Circle
    Boston MA 02120
    617 - 566 - 6676
    Under supervision of the Rabbinical Council of New England.
    All 13 locations of JP Licks are fully certified Kosher Dairy (Cholov Stam).

ORTHODOX SYNAGOGUES

Zvhiller Beis Medrash (Downtown)
 15 School St 2nd floor
 Boston, MA 02109
 (617) 227-8200
Rabbi Korff

Chabad of Greater Boston
491 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
617-424-1190
Rabbi Posner


CABRIDGE

Orthodox Synagogue

Harvard Hillel
52 Mount Auburn Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
617-495-4695
Rabbi Dani Passow

Chabad @ Harvard


38 Banks St
Cambridge, MA 02138
617-547-6124
Rabbi Zharchi


MALDEN

Orthodox Synagogue

Congregation Beth Israel (781) 322-5686
10 Dexter St.
Malden, MA 02148
Rabbi Yitzchak Zev Rabinowitz

Malden Mikvah


NATICK

Orthodox Synagogue

Chabad Center of Natick
159 Boden Lane
Natick, MA 01760
508-650-1499
Rabbi Levi Fogelman
Natick, MA 01760

Stop & Shop Supermarket In-Store Bakery
155 Harvard St.
Brookline, MA 02446
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH)

Bakery

Stop & Shop Supermarket In-Store Bakery
829 Worcester St.
Natick, MA 01760; 508-653-3562
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of Massachusetts


NEWTON

ORTHODOX SYNAGOGUES

Beth Menachem Chabad
349 Dedham St 617-244-1200
Newton, MA
Rabbi Prus

Cong. Agudas Achim Anshe Sfard
68 Adams St. (617)630-0226
Newton, MA
Rabbi Mark Glass

Cong. Beth El-Ateret Israel
561 Ward St. (617)244-7233
Newton, MA
Rabbi Gershon Segel

Cong. Shaarei Tefillah
35 Morseland Ave.  (617)527-7637
Newton, MA
Rabbi Samuels

Chabad of Newton Centre
32 Loring Street
Newton Centre, MA 02459-1244
617-965-1968
Rabbi Moshe Lieberman

Beit Sasson
556 Ward St
Rabbi Avinoam Durani |, Newton Centre, MA 02459 | 617-244-3956

Chabad of Chestnut Hill
163 Bellingham Road
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
617-738-9770
Rabbi Mendy Uminer

Restaurants

Cafe at Hebrew College
Operated by Dushez Catering
160 Herrick Road 617-780-6984
Newton Center, MA 02459
Certified by Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH)

Bakeries

Blackers Bakery (Pareve) 617-332-2006/3008
551 Commonwealth Ave.                Shomer Shabbat, Pas Yisroel, Pareve
Newton, MA. 02159
Certified by New England Kashruth Lemehadrin (Rabbi Aaron Hamoui)

Cheryl Ann's Bakery                    469-9241l
1010 West Roxbury Parkway
Chestnut Hill, MA. 02167
Certified by Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH); pareve, pas yisroel

Nothing Bundt Cakes (617) 336-7526
170 Needham St
Newton, MA 02461 |

Rosenfeld Bagel Co. (617) 527-8080
1280 Centre St.
Newton, MA
Certified by Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH); Yoshon. pas Yisroel

Ice Cream

JP Licks 617-244-0666
46 Langley Road
Newton, MA 02459
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of MassachusettsNewtonPrimeMarket


PEABODY

Bakery

Zucker's Bakery 978-535-5335
4 Lake St., Peabody, MA
Certified by the MK, Pas Yisroel


SALEM

Restaurant

Adea's Mediterranean Kitchen    (978) 594-4271
90 Lafayette St, Salem, MA 01970
Certified by the Chabad of the North Shore


SHARON AREA (South Shore)

Caterer


Tova's Catering (Glatt) 508-286-2242
253 Mansfield Avenue
Norton, MA 02766            Shomer Shabbat
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of Massachusetts
[email protected]

Bed & Breakfast
Sharon Woods Inn (Glatt) (781)784-9401
Sharon, MA 02067            Shomer Shabbat
Year-round kosher bed & breakfast & Shabbos meals
[email protected]
 

Candy & Chocolatier
Sweethearts Three(781) 784-5193
24 Pond Street.             Shomer Shabbat
Sharon, MA 02067
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of New England
 

Bakery

Life's a Bagel    781) 830-9900
29 Washington Street
Canton, MA
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of Massachusetts
 

Shaw's Bakery: Canton
Washington St., Canton
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of Massachusetts

Shaw's Bakery: Sharon
700 South Main St.
Sharon, MA 02067
(781) 784-5995
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of Massachusetts

Stop & Shop Bakery: Stoughton
Rt. 138, Stoughton
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of Massachusetts

Stop & Shop Bakery: Norwood
Rt. 1, Norwood
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of Massachusetts
 

KOSHER GROCER

Zaide's Market formerly The Butcherie 2 (781)828-3530
15 Washington St.
Canton, MA
certified by the Rabbinical Council of New England
 

ICE CREAM

Crescent Ridge Dairy Farm 800-660-2740
55 Bay Road, Sharon, MA
Crescent Ridge's ice cream: The sealed containers from the co-packer are certified.

A Perfect Taste certified by Crown-K Kashrus under Rabbi Aaron Hamaoui
530 Washington Street
Stoughton, MA 02072

Mikvah: CHEVRAT NASHIM: Mikvah of the South Shore
9 Dunbar Street, Sharon, MA 02067
781-784-7444

 ORTHODOX SYNAGOGUES

 Cong. Etz Chaim of Sharon     781-784-7204
74 Billings St.
Sharon, MA  02067
Rabbi Yonatan Gorin (Office: 781-784-1479)

Young Israel of Sharon (781)784-6112
100 Ames St.
Sharon. MA
Rabbi Noach Cheses

Chabad Torah Center    (781)784-8167
162 N. Main St.
Sharon. MA
Rabbi Chaim Wolosow
 

Stoughton
Shaloh House    781-344-6334
50 Ethyl Way
Stoughton, MA 02072


WALTHAM

Brandeis University - Berlin Chapel
Berlin Chapel 415 South Street
Waltham MA
Rabbi Issac Attia

Restaurant

Louis' Kosher Deli (781) 736-2000 x64334
415 South St, Waltham, MA 02453 (Upper Usdan)
Certified by the Rabbinal Council of New England

Bakery

BJ's


KOSHER RESOURCES AT BOSTON AREA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
Check with each one for hours and availablity.

The following are certified as kosher by the Rabbinical Council of New England (KVH):

  • Harvard Law - 1585 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge, MA 02138) - hours are 11am-2:30pm during the academic year only - menu changes every week or so. for this week (kosher is listed as action): /Harkness Cafe.pdf
    • Meat
    • Grab and go (Sandwiches & Salads) options all day
    • Open to public
  • NorthEastern University International Village
    1135 Tremont St,
    Boston, MA 02120
    • 11am-9pm almost fully Year Round
    • Meat
    • Open to public
  • Fresh Fuel @ Granby Commons, BU Hillel 213 Bay State Rd, Boston, MA
    • hours are 11am-7:00pm during the academic year only
    • Meat (rarely dairy)
    • Grab and go (Sandwiches & Salads) options all day
    • Open to public (sort of)
  • Harvard Hillel 52 Mt Auburn St, Cambridge, MA 02138
    • hours are 4-7pm during the academic year only
    • Meat
    • Open to public
  • MIT 100 Amherst St Cambridge, MA 02139
    • hours are 11am-9pm during the academic year only
    • Meat
    • Students & their guests only
  • Tufts Pax et Lox Glatt Kosher Deli lower level of the Campus Center.
    • Mon - Thu, 11 am - 8 pm, Fri - Sun, CLOSED
    • Meat
    • Open to public

Brandeis University Kosher Food Service - Certified by the Rabbinical Council of Massachusetts

Restaurant

Louis' Kosher Deli (781) 736-2000 x64334
415 South St, Waltham, MA 02453 (Upper Usdan)
Certified by the Rabbinical Council of Massachusetts

Sherman Dining Hall , 15 South St., Waltham MA 02453 (781) 736-4343
an all-you- can-eat Kosher buffet for three meals a day. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays are meat days and Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays are dairy days. Breakfast is always a dairy meal.
open to the public


KVH Kosher Certified Establishments & Food Service Providers

List of Chabad Centers in Massachusetts

 Shamash's link to Boston's Jewish Resources
 
 

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