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  • #589123

    whatshaiches
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    Can anyone help me with kashrus in Columbus please? Where is there to eat and are there any kosher bakeries…

    Thanks Olam

    #631129

    sarah_613
    Member

    http://www.shamash.org/kosher is a great resource for kosher places around the world.

    #631130

    whatshaiches- I am assuming you mean Columbus Ohio not Columbus Georgia. Kashrus Magazine published an article about two years ago about the yiddishkeit of about 80 cities in the USA. The article discussed things like people to contact in these places if you want to find a place to stay for Shabbos, Minyan schedule at the shuls, Restaurants that are Kosher, Kosher food stores, and Supermarkets.. Their website is Kashrus Magazine.Com

    E-mail info@kashrusmagazine.com

    phone# (718) 336-8544

    Fax# (718) 336-8550

    #631131

    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    whatshaiches: what’s in Columbus????

    #631132

    godaven.com is great too… You type in the city or search by state and can find shuls and their phone numbers or websites. They post the type/nussach of the shul, some zemanim…

    #631133

    rabbiofberlin
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    There are two fully kosher establishments in columbus. One is the Torah center (Lubavtich0 excelelnt food but not sitdown and the second is sammy’s bagels. i thin kthere is also a koshe bakery. Look in the white pages (google them) for Rabbi Weiss or Rabbi Zack. You cna call them to check on this news.

    #631134

    mazal77
    Participant

    While,I always checkout Shamash.org website for Kosher places, I wish they would update the Restraunts more often. Like if the place closed down, Shamash should write that the establishment is no longer there. It is only good when other people review/update the information on it’s website and let others know. So, if you do go out to eat, let others know of any new kosher places or if they aren’t around by reviewing or updateing new info to shamash.org/kosher. You’ll be doing other a chesed.

    #631135

    whatshaiches
    Member

    yankdownunder, sarah_61, havesomeseichel and rabbiofberlin:

    yes, columbus, ohio and I will check these websites out, thanks for the help.

    asdfghjkl: I have some business there in the coming months, why you asking? You from there?

    #631136

    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    whatshaiches: lol nope just asking, i was curious!!! welcome to the coffee room!!! leave a post in the new members thread so the coffee room board members could properly welcome you!!!

    #631137

    asdfghjkl
    Participant

    whatshaiches: scratch the last post!!! re-welcome you to the cr–i see that your returning, you were absent!!!

    #631138

    whatshaiches
    Member

    been around for a while, just never really have time to post here or ask a question to the olam here in the cr

    #631139

    D213
    Member

    Sammy’s bagels is amazing. Theres also a little kosher restaraunt thats attached to Bexley’s Kosher. It’s basically all food that you can get in bexley’s kosher. My husband and I liked it there. Also, Grater’s ice cream is kosher and great ice cream. Its near the shul. Trader Joe’s (i think its there) has a bunch of kosher stuff as well. As for bakery…i’m not sure, however i know that there is a take out counter in Bexley’s Kosher

    #631140

    rabbiofberlin
    Participant

    D213- Bexley Kosher (and its small restaurant)closed down some months ago. There is a Trader Joe in one of the malls, I think. Many of the supermarket products are certified.

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