At a glance...
A beautiful coastal city surrounded by water, Miami Beach is the destination of choice not only for vacationers, but for those looking to relocate to Miami and one of its most established communities. With an array of local shuls including a community kollel, a sefardic minyan, as well as many other options, Miami Beach makes everyone feel at home. There are numerous kosher restaurants and grocery stores that line the famed 41st street for all to enjoy. Conveniently, Miami Beach is just a short drive from Miami International Airport, but even more enticing is the mere 20 minute drive from YTCTE and the door-to-door bussing offered to and from Yeshiva.
Due to the rapidly increasing number of families relocating to South Florida and the current real estate boom, please reach out to a realtor to receive up-to-date costs for home rentals and purchases.
Miami Beach Community Kollel miamikollel.com, Rabbi Yaacov Gross
Ahavas HaTorah ahavastorahmb.com, Rabbi Tzvi Neuhaus
Beth Israel Congregation bethisraelmiami.org, Rabbi Donald Bixon
Congregation Ohr Chaim ohrchaim.org, Rabbi Chaim Friedman
Shaare Ezra shaareezra.com, Rabbi Yehoshua Sova
Zichron Naftali, Rabbi Yisroel Janowski
Kollel Boker Zichron Baruch/Ichud HaShas Zichron Binyomin Tzvi kollelbokermiami.org
Bais Yeshaya dKeristerer Shtiebel, Rabbi Solomon Feldbrand
Bais Menachem, Rabbi Yehuda Leib Schapiro
Beis Moshe Chaim at Rohr Talmudic University, Rabbi Yochanan Zweig
Beth Eliyahu Mani Spehardic Shul, Rabbi Rafael Muratov
Kastner’s Market www.kastnersmarket.com
Kosher Price kosherpricemiami.com
Yes Market yesmarketmiami.com
Visit websites of local kashrus agencies for a more comprehensive list of kosher amenities
Daughters of Israel Mikvah (Women’s Mikvah) mikvahmiamibeach.com