Rendering of Solomon's Delicatessen, coming soon to Sacramento (Illustration/Courtesy Kaufmann Architects)
Rendering of Solomon's Delicatessen, coming soon to Sacramento (Illustration/Courtesy Kaufmann Architects)

New kosher joint coming to S.F. Sixth Street; new deli coming to Sacramento

Keys were handed over to the owners of what will be a new kosher restaurant on Sixth Street in San Francisco, a half-block from the kosher bakery Frena.

Rabbi Yosef Langer reported that the casual restaurant, located at the corner of Howard Street, will have falafel, shwarma and other grilled kosher meats.

“It’s very exciting to have a Jewish thoroughfare in the making,” said Langer, including his nearby SoMa Shul in the mix. “It’s important for the city, the Jewish community and civic community at large.”

The owners are Arik Sharabi and Roni Rotholz, investors in previous food ventures, according to Langer. He said he hoped the new restaurant would be open within the next six months.


In other news … Ground was broken right before Rosh Hashanah for the new Solomon’s Jewish Delicatessen on Sacramento’s K Street. Owners of the downtown deli are hoping for an opening in early 2018.


Small Bites is a regular round-up of local Jewish food news. To suggest an item, email Alix Wall at alixwall@sbcglobal.net.

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Alix Wall is a contributing editor to J. She is also the founder of the Illuminoshi: The Not-So-Secret Society of Bay Area Jewish Food Professionals and is writer/producer of a documentary-in-progress called "The Lonely Child."