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DC Kosher™  - Orthodox Vegan & Vegetarian Supervision

 

About DC Kosher | Standards & Regulations | DC Kosher Certified Establishments  

FAQ | Support DC Kosher | Contact Information

 

About DC Kosher™

Keeping kosher in the Washington, DC area has historically been a challenge, due to the limited number of kosher restaurants (especially vegan and vegetarian). DC Kosher was born as part of a recent venture undertaken by Ohev Sholom - The National Synagogue to certify certain vegan and vegetarian restaurants in the Washington, DC area, in order to help individuals more easily observe the kosher dietary laws. DC Kosher does not charge for this service, but we will welcome your donations to help us expand our efforts. Visit ostns.org/donate to contribute. Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld and Maharat Ruth Friedman are jointly leading the supervision effort.

 

Read the initial letter to the community announcing this venture from Rabbi Herzfeld and Maharat Friedman here.

 

Standards & Regulations

DC Kosher is an Orthodox kashrut organization that follows rigorous rules and procedures in order to ensure that the restaurants under supervision are kosher, with many policies similar to those of well-known kashrut organizations. Additionally, there are volunteer mashgiachim who conduct checks to insure that the restaurants are abiding by Jewish law, and that all products and items meet the kashrut standards as established by Rabbi Herzfeld, Maharat Friedman and DC Kosher.

 

List of DC Kosher™ Certified Establishments

Washington, DC
 

Evolve Restaurant
341 Cedar Street NW
Washington, DC 20012
Website

Indian Delight
1825 I Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
Website

Pow Pow
1253 H street, NE
(at the 13th & H St Trolley stop)
Washington, DC 20002
Website

Shouk
655 K St. NW
Washington, DC 20001 
395 Morse Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Website

Bubbie's Burgers
by the owners of Pow Pow
Pop up at Rock & Roll Hotel
1353 H Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Website

 

E Life
by the owners of Everlasting Life
Located in the Anacostia Arts Center 
1231 Good Hope Road SE
Washington, DC 20020
Website

Khepra's Raw Food Juice Bar
408 H Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Website

 

Taïm
1065 Wisconsin Avenue NW 

Washington, DC 20007
Website

 

Maryland
 

Everlasting Life
9185 Central Avenue
Capitol Heights, MD 20743
 Website

Nothing Bundt Cakes
9462 Georgia Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Website

PLNT Burger
833 Wayne Avenue
(located inside Whole Foods)
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Website

 

Virginia

Chef Joe Catering
4800 Mattie Moore Ct
Fairfax, VA 22030
cateringbychefjoe@gmail.com

Pastries by Randolph
4500 Lee Highway
Arlington, VA 22207
Website
Breads are parve and all baked goods are dairy.

 

Products

Puree Juice Bar, various locations (pre-packaged items only)
Website

Snacklins
Website

Acme Pie Co. 
Website

ANXO Cider (Ciders only)
Website

KO Distilling
Website

Shepherd Park Bee Haven Honey
Contact

Hope Honey Farm
Website

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Please read our frequently asked questions here.

 


Support DC Kosher

DC Kosher does not charge for this service, but we will welcome your donations to help us expand our efforts. Visit ostns.org/donate to contribute. 

We also invite you to stock up on some swag! Click here to purchase one of our new t-shirts or sweatshirts! Wear your swag to PLNT Burger from now until December 31st, 2019 to receive 12% off your order!

 

Contact Information

DC Kosher
1600 Jonquil Street, NW
Washington, DC 20012
202-812-8900

dckosher.org

Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld: RabbiShmuel@ostns.org | 202-812-8900
Maharat Ruth Friedman: MaharatRuth@ostns.org | 202-882-7225, ext. 107

Sun, December 8 2019 10 Kislev 5780