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Residence Inn Marriott

9200 Collins Ave, Surfside, FL 33154 -

Phone number: 305.514.3101 or 888.331.3131

Preferred New Hotel - 3 Blocks from The Shul with kitchenette in each unit.

To receive a special Shul discount to this hotel, mention "The Shul" or book online at under Corporate/Promotional Codes: 5SJ.


The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort

9703 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour, Florida 33154.
(1 block from The Shul on the beach).

Phone number: (305) 993-3300


The Landon Hotel

East Bay Harbor Dr., Bay Harbor Islands, FL 33154 
For reservations, please call (305) 868-4141.
To obtain special rates, please mention

The Shul of Bal Harbour.

Sun Harbour Boutique Hotel

9576 Collins Avenue, Surfside, FL 33154 (same block as The Shul, across the beach) offers 1 bedroom apartments with kitchen (maid service included).

Phone number: (305) 868-4447


Sea View Hotel

9909 Collins Ave Bal Harbour, FL 33154 - Phone number: (305) 866-4441

Bal Harbour Quarzo

290 Bal Bay Dr Bal Harbour, FL 33154 Phone number: (305) 222-7922





10295 Collins Ave Bal Harbour, FL 33154 Phone number: (305) 455-5400

Grand Beach Hotel

Grand Beach Hotel Surfside Oceanfront
Grand Beach Hotel Surfside West                     Grand Beach Hotel Bay Harbor














Rolling Pin Bakery (pareve)

9523 Harding Avenue, Surfside, FL 33154 (Phone number: 305-868-1578)

Cine Citta Cafe (dairy restaurant)

9544 Harding Avenue, Surfside, FL 33154 (Phone number: 305-407-8319)


The Backyard BBQ & Brew (meat restaurant)

9472 Harding Avenue, Surfside, FL 33154 (Phone number: 305-763-8818)

Shabbat meals​​​​​


Harbour Grill (meat & sushi restaurant)

9415 Harding Avenue, Surfside, FL 33154 (Phone number: 305-861-0787)

TEMPORARY CLOSED Chai Wok (meat restaurant)

225 95th St, Surfside, FL 33154


26 Sushi & Tapas (dairy restaurant):

9487 Harding Avenue, Surfside, FL 33154 (Phone number: 305-570-2626)


Kosh Restaurant (meat restaurant) 

9477 Harding Avenue, Surfside, FL 33154
Phone number: 305-763-8601

Shabbat meals

Rustiko Artisan Bistro (dairy restaurant)

9476 Harding Avenue, Surfside, FL 33154





The Carrot Surfside (healthy meat restaurant)

9519 Harding Avenue, Surfside, FL
Phone Number: 786-216-7355



 Cafe Vert

 9490 Harding Avenue, Surfside,   FL 33154
 Phone Number: 305-867-3151



Meat Bar Miami 

1009 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbour, FL 33154
Phone Number: 786-216-7275)

The Harbour Bistro (meat restaurant)

9427 Harding Avenue
Surfside, FL 33154




 Street Kitchen

 9460 Harding Avenue, Surfside,   FL 33154
 Phone Number: 305-763-8267



 9454 Harding Avenue, Surfside,   FL 33154
 Phone Number: 305-763-8074





Publix (regular big supermarket - Some Kosher items are available):

9400 Harding Avenue, Surfside, FL 33154 Phone number: 305-865-1263


Miami is accessed by Miami International Airport and Fort Lauderdale Airport.

Fort Lauderdale Airport tends to be more economical for flights within the U.S.

Both airports are about 30/40 minutes from The Shul.



Welcome to The Shul community!

Kosh Resturant and The Backyard BBQ restaurant near The Shul offer beautiful pre-paid Shabbat Dinners.

Please contact the restaurants directly for reservations and availability. 

Each week we have a Kiddush on Shabbos afternoon and a Seudah Shlishit.

Please join us!



Bal Harbour: The Eruv in Bal Harbour includes the inner (western) walking path only. The pier at Haulover Cut is not included.
We would like to emphasize that every Erev Shabbos, individuals should call the Eruv Hotline to make sure that the Eruv is operational prior to carrying on Shabbos.
The number is 305-866-ERUV (3788). The Eruv message is recorded approximately two hours prior to Candle Lighting.

Miami Beach Eruv web page:


TEMPORARY CLOSED Kosher Supermarket:

9467 Harding Avenue, Surfside, FL 33154.

(Phone number: 305-866-6993)

Shabbat take out




Tourist Visual Guide 

Local Attractions

The Shul is located in Surfside, Florida and serves as a Jewish Community Center for these four neighborhoods in Miami; Surfside, Bal Harbour, Bay Harbour and Indian Creek. Above, you can find a Google Map with icons for some useful information for our guests.

Besides the famous shopping of Bal Harbour Shops and the beautiful beaches near The Shul, the greater Miami area has a lot of great spots to visit for a memorable vacation. Please keep in mind that while some places may say that they are kosher, please check their hashgacha. As a general tip, try to take an Uber or cab to most places as parking in Miami, especially in season, can be quite difficult and is highly enforced.

For the

Wynwood, Miami ( - An art district with outdoor art, Miami's tech hub and an award-winning kosher bakery/cafe ( Perfect for a day trip. Insider tip: Park at/or Uber to Zak The Baker, grab Lunch and walk around.

South Beach - Fun beaches & shopping with easy walking on the famous Ocean Drive & Lincoln Road. Kosher restaurants: Pita Loca Insiders tip: Park on Alton and walk to Lincoln Rd or Ocean Drive as parking by these two can be quite difficult and are highly enforced.

Miami Beach Botanical Garden - Entrance to the park is free. They are open 9am - 5pm every Tuesday through Sunday.

Everglades - The largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S More info

Brickell - Called "The Manhattan of Latin America", an up and coming young professionals spot with beautiful architecture, walking and its own sense of culture. A beautiful place to spend a few hours walking around. 

For longer stays:

Palm Beach Island - Kown as the "Hamptons of The South" - Beautiful walking & quaint high-end shopping around Worth ave

Key West - Southern most part of the U.S. and just 90 miles to Cuba -

St. Augustine - The Nation's Oldest City. Approx. 4 hours north of Miami. A great spot to visit and worth the trip if you're in South Florida for more than a few weeks.



Fri, January 28 2022 26 Shevat 5782