These kosher restaurants are the best in America, enjoyed by both Jewish and non-Jewish patrons for their great food and atmosphere.
In order to determine the top kosher restaurants in the U.S., we took a deep dive into existing rankings and user-generated reviews to get an idea of which spots have gained the most renown and admiration from locals as well as tourists. All the restaurants on this list are either listed as kosher by the Orthodox Union, the world’s largest kosher certification agency, as being kosher or have indicated that they keep fully kosher (and not just “kosher-style”) on their website. We took note of restaurants that have won awards and accolades, both within the Jewish community as well as among organizations and critics who aren’t necessarily kosher-focused. In addition to popularity, our list prizes the quality of food, level of service and presentation that allows these restaurants to compete with any of America’s top restaurants, both casual and upscale.
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