Boston is home to the Boston Tea Party, the Boston Massacre, many well-known universities such as Harvard and MIT, as well as to the Boston Red Sox and Boston Cream Pie. The capital of Massachusetts and largest city in New England, Boston was founded in 1630 and its rich history makes it a great place for families to visit.
Check a shul’s website or call the contact number to find more specific minyan information.
- Zvhil-Mezbuz Beis Medrash: Mincha. 15 School Street, Boston, MA 02108. Phone: (617) 227-8200. http://www.rebbe.org/boston.html
- Bostoner Shul: 1710 Beacon Street, Brookline, MA. Phone: 617-734-5101. http://bostonershul.org/
- Young Israel of Brookline: 62 Green St. Brookline, MA 02446. Phone: (617) 734-0276. http://www.yibrookline.org/
- Shaarei Tefillah: 35 Morseland Ave. Newton MA. Phone: 02459 617-527-7637. http://www.shaarei.org/
- Beth El: 561 Ward Street, Newton Centre, MA 02459. Phone: (617) 244-7233. http://www.bethelnewton.org/index.php
- Boston Kollel: 62-68 Cummings Road, Brighton, MA 02135. Phone: (617) 731-8107. http://bostonkollel.com/
- Kadima Toras Moshe: 113 Washington St, Brighton MA 02135. Phone: 617-254-1333. http://www.kadimahtorasmoshe.org/
We provide information, not endorsements. Please do your own research regarding what hechsherim you consider reliable. Additionally, since this information may change frequently, we recommend you always check with the establishments before eating there.
- Rami’s: Falafel. 324 Harvard Street Brookline, MA 02246. Phone: (617) 738-3577. Hashgacha: KVH. http://ramisboston.com
- Pure Cold Press: brunch cafe and juice bar. 326 Harvard Street Brookline, MA 02446. Phone: (617) 487-8948. Hashgacha: KVH. http://www.purecoldpress.com/
- Milk Street Cafe: separate dairy and meat kitchens. 50 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02109-5003. Hashgacha: Orthodox Rabbinical Council of Greater Boston under Rabbi Nochum Cywiak. https://www.milkstreetcafe.com/OurCafes/FiftyMilkSt.aspx
- Cafe Eilat: pizza and sushi. 406 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA 02446. Phone: 617-277-7770. Hashgacha: New England Kashruth Lemehadrin under Rabbi Aaron Hamaoui. http://www.cafe-eilat.com/
- TaamChina: Chinese cuisine. 406 Harvard Street Brookline, MA 02446. Phone: 617-277-7770 . Hashgacha: under the supervision of Rabbi Aaron Hamaoui. http://www.taamchina.us/
- Jerusalem Pita and Grill:10 Pleasant Street, Brookline MA 02446. Phone: (617) 739-2400. Hashgacha: under the supervision of Rabbi Aaron Hamaoui. http://www.jerusalempita.com/
- Vittorio’s Grill: Israeli and grill. 1398 Beacon St Brookline, MA 02446. Phone: 617-879-9797. Under the supervision of Rabbi Aaron Hamaoui. http://www.vittoriosgrill.com/menu/
- Kopel’s Bakery: 21 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA. 02446 http://www.kupelsbakery.com/
- A Perfect Taste: Deli and bakery, store currently closed for renovations. Call 781-297-7997 for catering and baked good orders. http://aperfecttaste.com/
- StarMarket’s kosher bakery: 1065 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 02215. Phone: +1 (617) 783-5878.
- 16Handles: Ice cream. 1309 Beacon Street , Brookline, MA 02446. Phone: 617-739-0011. http://16handles.com/locations/brookline/
- J.P. Licks: Ice cream. Check with specific location to make sure it’s kosher. http://www.jplicks.com/all_locations.html
- Kosher options under KVH are available at Harvard University, MIT, Northeastern University, Tufts University, BU and Hebrew College.
Information changes, so please double-check before you visit any of the following locations.
- Boston Duck Tours: http://www.bostonducktours.com/the-tour/
- Boston Trolley: Unlimited hop on-and off: https://www.trolleytours.com/boston
- The Freedom Trail: Tours or self-guided. Sites overlap with trolley, so plan accordingly! http://www.thefreedomtrail.org/
- Boston Harbor Islands: Many activities and events. Check online for information and island locations. http://www.bostonharborislands.org/about
- Skywalk Observatory: See views of Greater Boston. http://www.prudentialcenter.com/shop_detail.html?id=64
- Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park: (kosher hot dog vending machine under bleacher section) http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/bos/ballpark/
- Boston Children’s Museum: http://www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/
- Discovery Museums: http://www.discoverymuseums.org/
- Harvard Museum of Natural History: https://hmnh.harvard.edu/
- Harvard Semitic Museum: Contains model of ancient Israeli house. https://semiticmuseum.fas.harvard.edu/:
- Fanuil Hall Marketplace: Shopping as well as street performers. http://www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com/
- Frog Pond at Boston Commons: Nice park with different attractions, wading pool or ice skating rink according to season. https://bostonfrogpond.com/
- New England Aquarium: http://www.neaq.org/