Kosher HELP!!!

posted 3 years ago in Food
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@glitterybee86:  Welcome to the Bee! West Palm Beach Marriott might be a place to start looking (they offer Kosher).

ETA: I’m in North Florida, not Kosher, but I’m sure other Bees on here may be able to offer suggestions 🙂

 

Post # 5
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Busy bee

You may want to post this on your local board because there may be more responses there.

Post # 6
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Your best best may be finding a kosher caterer, not a kosher venue, so that you have more options

Post # 7
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Newbee

You have probably already figured out that a regular venue with a kosher caterer will cost literally DOUBLE then finding a venue that also has an in-house kosher cateter. 

Any of these venues include kosher catering AND they can also cater your wedding at other venues if you choose:

  1. Beth Torah in Aventura (holds up to 500+ people but can be divided into smaller rooms), ask to speak with Eric Kaufman, he’s great
  2. Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center (gorgeous venue, high ceilings, also holds up to 500+ people if needed and has a gorgeous sanctuary), ask to speak with Steve
  3. Trump International in Sunny Isles (pricier, not as good)
  4. Eden Roc (very pricy but their prices have come down recently)
  5. Briza on the Bay (nice alternative in downtown Miami on the water)
  6. Soho Catering and Events in Hollywood (brand new venue, holds up to 300 people, already has drapes and uplights and an outdoor ceremony area), ask to speak with Doreen or Bruce

Hope this helps any future brides, good luck!

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