What   to   do   at   the   Jersey   Shore:    The   Jersey   Shore   has a   large   variety   of   places   for   you   and   your   family   during the summer season and all year round.   Click here  
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JERSEY SHORE ORTHODOX RABBINATE
Since the Jersey Shore Orthodox Rabbinate serves both the Ashkenazi and Sephardic Community, our standards have to assure that both traditions are well served.  Our level of Kashrut is respected by every major Kosher supervising agency.

Welcome to the Jersey Shore

The perfect place to live, vacation, or come for the summer

Here   in   Monmouth   County,   New   Jersey   we   are   blessed   with   an   abundance   of   kosher   food   outlets, synagogues,   yeshivot,   places   to   stay   and   visit   and   the   allure   of   the Atlantic   Ocean.    It   is   our   job   at   the Jersey    Shore    Orthodox    Rabbinate    to    assure    you    the    highest    standard    of    kashrut    for    all    our participating   locations.    Our   community   has   a   wide   variety   of   kosher   restaurants,   butchers,   bakeries, and caterers.
WHERE TO DINE Here      is      our      latest      list      of      JSOR approved     establishments,     including  restaurants,      caterers,      ice      cream parlors,       kosher       departments       in stores, and butchers. WHERE TO PRAY Our     county     has     many     Orthodox Shuls.    The   enclosed   list    features   our member   shuls   and   a   few   additional ones. WHERE TO STUDY There   are   two   active   Batei   Midrash   in Long     Branch.      One     in     Cong.     Ohel Simha    on    295    Park    Aveune,    and    a much    larger    Yeshiva,    the    Sephardic Torah Center, 213 Lenox Avenue. WHERE TO STAY First    class    hotel    accomodations    are available    near    many    of    our    shuls.  Here     is     a     list     of     them     and     the approximate   distances   for   houses   of worship.     There    is    also    a    bed    and breakfast in the City of Long Branch. HELP IN KEEPING KOSHER Whether   you   have   Kashrut   questions to   ask   our   Rabbi,   or   want   instructions on     keeping     insects     out     of     your vegetables,     here     is     a     wealth     of information on many Kashrut topics.
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JERSEY SHORE  ORTHODOX RABBINATE

Welcome to the Jersey

Shore

The perfect place to live, vacation, or come for

the summer

Here   in   Monmouth   County,   New   Jersey   we   are   blessed   with   an   abundance   of kosher   food   outlets,   synagogues,   yeshivot,   places   to   stay   and   visit   and   the allure    of    the   Atlantic    Ocean.     It    is    our    job    at    the    Jersey    Shore    Orthodox Rabbinate   to   assure   you   the   highest   standard   of   kashrut   for   all   our   participating locations.    Our   community   has   a   wide   variety   of   kosher   restaurants,   butchers, bakeries, and caterers.
ד”סב
Since the Jersey Shore Orthodox Rabbinate serves both the Ashkenazi and Sephardic Community, our standards have to assure that both traditions are well served.  Our level of Kashrut is respected by every major Kosher supervising agency.
WHERE TO DINE Here    is    our    latest    list    of    JSOR    approved    establishments, including     restaurants,    caterers,    ice    cream    parlors,    kosher departments in stores, and butchers. WHERE TO PRAY Our    county    has    many    Orthodox    Shuls.     The    enclosed    list  features our member shuls and a few additional ones. WHERE TO STUDY There   are   two   active   Batei   Midrash   in   Long   Branch.    One   in Cong.   Ohel   Simha   on   295   Park   Aveune,   and   a   much   larger Yeshiva, the Sephardic Torah Center, 213 Lenox Avenue. WHERE TO STAY First   class   hotel   accomodations   are   available   near   many   of our    shuls.     Here    is    a    list    of    them    and    the    approximate distances   for   houses   of   worship.    There   is   also   a   bed   and breakfast in the City of Long Branch. HELP IN KEEPING KOSHER Whether   you   have   Kashrut   questions   to   ask   our   Rabbi,   or want   instructions   on   keeping   insects   out   of   your   vegetables, here is a wealth of information on many Kashrut topics.