Food & Nosherei

Bakeries & Bagels

East Bay
Peninsula
San Francisco

Frena

Kosher bakery specializing in sweet and savory pastries and bread including bourekas, challahs, and homemade dishes. Recipes from great-grandfather Mosheh, who traveled from Iraq to Israel.
http://www.frenabakery.com
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Palo Alto

Catering

Some of the following offer kosher food. Please check with the caterer to be sure they meet kashrut requirements. Some of the following listings are provided as a courtesy to our advertisers.
East Bay

Epic Bites

Built on from-scratch cooking using locally sourced ingredients, this caterer serves the entire area, providing fare from garden parties to galas. Certified kosher by the Vaad HaKashrus of Northern California, using glatt kosher meats raised on family farms.
http://www.epicbitescatering.com
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Lois Moore Catering

Kosher and kosher-style cuisine. Traditional Jewish fare or cuisine from today's international food scene for up to 250 guests. Bar/bat mitzvahs, weddings, birthdays, and dinner parties.
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Oakland Kosher Catering

Kosher catering from the simplest to gourmet, elegant to casual. American, Mediterranean, French and Far East cuisine. Specializing in kosher meals in a box
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Bay Area
Peninsula

California Kosher Catering

Specializing in Sephardi as well as Ashkenazi cooking. Full-service catering or takeout. Meat, dairy, parve catering for all simchas. Vaad Hakashrus of Northern California supervision.
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Too Caterers

Full-Service kosher catering. Orthodox supervision. Weddings, b'nai mitzvah, conferences. Creative design for the health-conscious; tradition with innovation. Eleven times voted J. Readers' Choice best South Bay/Peninsula kosher caterer.
http://www.toocaterer.com
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San Francisco

Kosher Wineries

East Bay
Santa Cruz / Monterey
Peninsula

Markets & Kosher Food

East Bay
Bay Area
Peninsula

Restaurants & Takeout

Some of the following offer kosher food. Please check with the facility to be sure it meets kashrut requirements.
East Bay
North Bay
Peninsula
San Francisco

REMOVE

Open seven days a week. Enjoy time alone or with friends and family, have a lunch meeting, get some work done on your laptop, grab your morning pick-me-up or power up before a workout.
http://jccsf.org/cafe
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Sababa

Sababa (thumbs up) is the experience when you bite into a falafel sandwich loaded with unique and delicious salads, pickles and sauces. Delicious pita sandwiches for the mainstream.
http://www.sababasf.com
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