Miami’s top Kosher-friendly restaurants for Passover

Allow Miami’s top Kosher-friendly restaurants for Passover to take the weight of your shoes for your family seder.

Miami’s top Kosher-friendly restaurants do a roaring trade during Passover, and for good reason. Approximately 123,000 Jewish people live in Miami-Dade County, an increase from 113,000 in 2004. Around 15,000 of them live in Miami Beach alone. That makes Jewish holidays such as Passover a big deal in Miami. It’s estimated that 50% of the Jews in the Miami area are aged 65 or older, which makes it a haven for visiting family members during Jewish holidays such as Passover. 

The Fontainebleau and Passover. A Great Combination

If you’re visiting family members in Miami for Passover and don’t want to deal with the hassle of cooking, several Kosher restaurants in the area will do the heavy lifting. If you stay at the Fontainebleau Resort and Hotel, all the kitchens will accommodate Kosher meal requests for the holiday season if booked. You’ll be spoiled for choice if you fancy getting out and about. Here are some of Miami’s top Kosher-friendly restaurants for Passover.

The Harbour Grill — 9415 Harding Ave Surfside, FL 33154

The name says it all. A carnivore’s dream at this meaty eatery offers ribs, steaks, sewers, and a relaxed fine dining environment.

The Shul of Bal Harbour: Location — 3861 NE 163rd St, North Miami Beach, FL 33160

You’re guaranteed authentic Kosher food at this synagogue, which transforms into a pop-up restaurant during Passover. There are 500 seats and extravagant buffet-style seders.

Fuego By Mana : Location — 15712 W Dixie Hwy, North Miami Beach, FL 33162

Upscale ambiance in a stylish industrial chic setting offers Kosher BBQ & steak, craft cocktails, and outdoor seating. Order Passover meals early or book a reservation.

Chai Wok Grill: Location — 11397 SW 40th St, Miami, FL 33165 

Chinese cuisine is a big staple in Jewish families, and this kosher restaurant offers Chinese favorites free from grains and leaven. If you’re looking for a change from traditional Seder fare, this could be well worth a visit.

Pita Plus: Locations — 17933 NE 19th Ave, North Miami Beach, FL 33162 and 18448 NE 2nd Ave, North Miami Beach, FL 33162

Relaxed, fast-Kosher dining are great options if you want to buy your Kosher dining options to go (or stay) with traditional favorites such as egg matzo, Kosher wine, gefilte fish, matzo ball mixes, and more.

Rustiko : Location — 9476 Harding Ave, Surfside, FL 33154

This kosher dairy gourmet artisan bistro restaurant in Surfside offers Italian food, such as pasta and pizza, which can be augmented by purchasing traditional Passover food, too.

Hedekel 1: Location —  2500 ne 186th st., Miami, FL 33180

An Israeli restaurant specializing in traditional Middle Eastern cuisine, such as falafel, sabich, or shakshuka. With seasonal prices and entrees as well as salads and sides, this will add some extra flavor to your Passover seder.


Celebrating Passover shouldn’t be stressful. It’s an excellent time for family members to get together and enjoy each other’s company without the stress of cooking and cleaning up. If you are in the Miami area for Passover, a stay at the Fontainebleau will not only allow you to enjoy the beach, gym, pool, and all the amenities the resort offers but also enable you to entertain all family members in one of our expansive luxury suites and enjoy a specially prepared Passover meal from hotel’s restaurant or order a full Seder to eat-in or take out from one of the many restaurants named above. Enjoy!

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