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Kosher Food in the Bay Area

Restaurants (kosher):

Restaurants (kosher-style):

Stores:

Koshering / Hashgakha Agencies:

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16 Responses to “Kosher Food in the Bay Area”

  1. Liron Kopinsky said

    Just a quick note that Raphael’s in Berkeley has closed.

  2. c said

    Just a quick note that Tel Aviv Kosher Meats – (415) 661-7588 – 2495 Irving St, San Francisco, CA is still open.

  3. Natalie said

    This oy-bay site is great! FYI, Holyland restaurant is in Oakland-not Berkeley. Also, sadly, Rafaels closed.

  4. Daniel said

    There’s actually a Holy Land both in Berkeley and in Oakland. The Berkeley one is on the corner of College and Ashby.

    • Rachel said

      The Berkeley one is kosher “style,” which is not actually kosher. The Oakland one is actually kosher. The website this brings you to is the Oakland one.

  5. Oyster said

    Ah, thanks for clearing that up, Daniel! I thought I recalled there being some confusion about that back when I was a student at Cal.

    It was awesome meeting you the other night! Yasher Koakh on your latest masterpiece! 🙂

  6. Libi said

    Dear Friends,
    Yes!
    We open a great kosher cafe (restaurant) in Sunnyvale. Come and enjoy the yammi food from 7:00AM-8:00pm.
    We are doing also catering for meetings and other events, and it will be our pleasure to cater for your company.
    Please, open the attachment and enjoy the offer.
    Thank you,
    Libi
    Izzy’s Brooklyn Cafe
    783 E. El Camino Real
    Sunnyvale,CA 94087
    408-523 1333

  7. Mordechai Feinberg said

    There is a possibility of a restaurant opening in Santa Cruz which will be kosher/mexican/cholov yisroel/fish grill. I am working with the owner on the idea right now. It will be certified kosher by the Vaad Hakashrus of Northern California. I need emails from people who will be willing to come to the restaurant and try it once it’s set up. Please email me at max722@aol.com to show your support. Thanks, Mordechai Feinberg, 831-600-7485

  8. Jeff said

    Why aren’t there any kosher butcher shops in the south bay? I know there used to be one over in Willowglen (I think?). I know I can schlep up to San Francisco to get some but come on. Maybe I’m wrong and there is a place to get lunchmeat that I’m missing (I hope)?

    Thanks,
    Jeff

  9. Sorry Jeff, no Kosher butcher’s in the south bay. The Willow Glen butcher closed years ago. Nothing has replaced it.

  10. Oyster said

    Hey Jeff,

    There’s no place to get freshly cut kosher meat in the South Bay, as ChallahBackGirl said. But there are plenty of places in the South Bay to buy kosher meat (pre-packaged locally or shipped). From what I hear, the Palo Alto Mollie Stone’s periodically gets their kitchen kashered, and they prepare various cuts of meat for sale. But be sure to validate this with the fine black-hatters at Emek Brakha.

    Keep the comments coming if you have further questions.

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  13. Ira said

    I think that most if not all of your links are “broken.” Pleae check.

  14. Michelle said

    Does anyone know of kosher bakeries that deliver in the San Francisco Bay Area?

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