Milk and Honey Jerusalem Market and Grill
420 North Coit Road
Richardson, TX 75080
Hours: Sun to Fri – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Milk and Honey Jerusalem Market and Grill is a simple little establishment and very understated, but don’t think for a moment that the food reflects this description. This little gem is considered by many Israeli ex-patriots to have the absolute best selection of authentic kosher food and imported items from Israel. Pita is baked fresh daily and the market has an extensive dry goods section. Fridays are particularly tempting, as this is when rotisserie chickens, baked pastries and challah are made.
3133 Cleburne Road
Fort Worth, TX 76110
Hours: Mon to Sat – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Carshon’s Deli is one of the oldest restaurants in Fort Worth and was founded in 1928 by a Jewish immigrant; it is the only kosher deli in Cowtown. When craving an authentic deli sandwich, this is just the place to fit the bill, offering selections like the Rachel with corned beef and turkey, melted swiss, cole slaw and Russian dressing. If the craving is for something lighter, the soups include bean and barley, split pea and chicken noodle. And few can resist freshly toasted bagles with a healthy serving of lox and cream cheese. For a more robust appetite, the meat and fish platters are certain to tempt any palate with everything from Knockwurst to smoked trout.
Natalie’s Kitchen & Market
7114 Campbell Road
Dallas, TX 75248
Hours: Sun to Thu 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fri 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Natalie’s is a full-service eatery and grocery that provides a rich opportunity for shoppers to buy products in larger quantities – which will come in very handy when entertaining. When looking for a specialty item for a kosher dish, the market is certain to have it in stock. It also has prepared dishes such as tabulie, eggplant salad, a delectable array of flavored hummus, and kebabs featuring a choice of chicken, kafta or lamb.
Cindi’s NY Deli
306 S. Houston St.
Dallas, TX 75202
Hours: Mon to Fri – 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sat – 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
When the need for catering arises for special events, Cindi’s NY Deli is certain to fit the bill with its famous bagels, challah, rye and pastries. Only in America could a dainty, Vietnamese woman like Anh Vo own a kosher deli, but that is exactly who is behind the success of Cindi’s. With more than 10 varieties of bagels to select from, it’s a great way to start the day. Another solid option for a group is the smoked fish platter with a variety of succulent, fresh fish and garnishes. For those diners that wish to eat at Cindi’s, the open faced corned beef or pastrami is a solid selection or the nova lox and eggs. Cindi’s a solid plan whether dining in or catering for a gathering.
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13410 Preston Road
Dallas, TX 75240
(972) 726-9800Hours: Mon to Sat – 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.This little restaurant is kosher and offers up what is considered to be the finest Baba Ganoush in the city. Other delectable offerings at Aderet include tilapia, kebabs, couscous, a savory lentil soup, and thick, rich hummus.
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