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Many places in Denver and Colorado sell kosher foods. Visitors to the mountain communities can locate basic kosher foods in local stores.

Grillers Pride.
Kosher meat ordered online. Peter Swerdlow, (770) 454-8108. www.grillerspride.com

METRO-DENVER STORES
Albertson’s
Lowry Town Center. (303) 340-4455.

East Side Kosher Deli.
Kosher deli, grocery, butcher shop, restaurant and caterer under the supervision of Scroll K – Vaad Hakashrus of Denver. 499 S. Elm St. (303) 322-9862. www.eastsidekosherdeli.com

King Soopers
Corner of Monaco and Leetsdale. 890 S. Monaco Pkwy, near the Loup JCC. (303) 333-1535. With kosher bakery.
Corner of Leetsdale and Cherry. 4600 Leetsdale Dr., Glendale. (303) 320-3100. With kosher bakery.
Corner of Monaco and Hampden. 6470 E. Hampden Ave. (303) 758-1210. With kosher bakery.
Corner of Yosemite and Belleview. 4910 S. Yosemite. (303) 773-3342. With kosher bakery.
Colorado and Yale. 2750 S. Colorado Blvd. (303) 715-4056.

Safeway
Corner of Monaco and Yale. 6460 E. Yale Ave. (303) 691-8870.
Happy Canyon – Hampden and Dahlia. 4800 Happy Canyon Rd. (303) 691-0051.
Cherry Creek – 1st and Steele. (303) 355-4077.

METRO-DENVER BAKERIES & CAFÉS
The Bagel Store. Kosher bakery under the supervision of Scroll K – Vaad Hakashrus of Denver. 942 S. Monaco Pkwy. (303) 388-2648.
Bonnie Brae Ice Cream. Ice cream parlour under the supervision of Scroll K – Vaad Hakashrus of Denver. 799 S. University Blvd. (303) 777-0808. www.bonniebraeicecream.com
Enstrom Candies. Chocolate boutique and café under the supervision of Scroll K – Vaad Hakashrus of Denver. 201 University Blvd, Suite 118. (303) 322-1005.
High Point Creamery. Ice cream parlour certified by the Scroll K – Vaad Hakashrus of Denver. 215 S. Holly in Denver. (720) 420-9137. www.highpointcreamery.com
Yogurt Yuphoria. Frozen yogurt shop certified by the Scroll K – Vaad Hakashrus of Denver. 8931 E Union Ave. in Greenwood Village. (720) 557-9946. www.yogurtyuphoria.com

METRO-DENVER FRESH FISH
Arctic Pacific Fisheries. Best fresh and smoked fish on the West Side. Colfax Ave and Osceola, on the old West Side. www.arcpac.net.

METRO-DENVER RESTAURANTS
East Side Kosher Deli. Kosher deli, grocery, butcher shop, restaurant and caterer under the supervision of Scroll K – Vaad Hakashrus of Denver. 499 So. Elm, near Denver’s Loup JCC. (303) 322-9862. www.eastsidekosherdeli.com
Brooklyn Pizza. Eat-in and take-out, under the supervision of Scroll K – Vaad Hakashrus of Denver. 890 S. Monaco Pkwy, Unit 7. (303) 355-5777. www.brooklynpizzadenver.com

BOULDER STORES
King Soopers. 1650 30th Street. (303) 443-9962. With kosher bakery.
North Boulder Market. 3960 N. Broadway. (303) 444-0215.
Alfalfa’s Market/Wild Oats. 2584 Baseline Rd. (303) 499-7636.
Alfalfa’s Market/Wild Oats. 1651 Broadway. (303) 442-0909.

RITUAL LIFE

MIKVEH — Ritual bath for observance of Torah family purity laws
ALBUQUERQUE, MIKVAH SHOSHANA — Devorah Schmukler — 4000 San Pedro N.E., Albuquerque, NM 87110; 505-880-1181
ASPEN — 435 W. Main St., Aspen, CO 81611; 970-544-3770; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
BOULDER — By appointment; 4680 Talbot Dr., Boulder, CO 80303; 303-313-9055
CHEYENNE — Mayim Chaim, Rabbi Larry Moldo, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Mount Sinai Congregation, 307-634-3052
COLORADO SPRINGS — Temple Shalom, 719-634-5311; Mikveh Mei Menachem Chabad of Southern Colorado, 410 Allegheny Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80919; 719-238-2115
DENVER — 1404 Quitman St., Denver, CO 80204; for appointment, Mrs. Rachel Mishory, 303-931-1542; www.denvermikvah.com
DENVER MIKVEH COUNCIL — Robert Wershaw, president — 1566 Winona Ct., Denver, CO 80204; 303-820-2300
JEWISH WOMEN’S LEAGUE — Aviva Polter, 303-534-0094; Cindy Gallard, treasurer, 303-825-5811
MIZEL COMMUNITY MIKVAH AT AISH DENVER — Vicki-Bluma Olesky, manager, 303-981-1410; 9550 E. Belleview Ave., Greenwood Village, CO 80111; 303-476-6818
SALT LAKE CITY — 1760 S. 1100 E., Salt Lake City, UT 84105; Rebbetzin Sharonne Zippel for appointment, 801-582-0220

DIVORCE (GET)
Rabbi Tzvi Steinberg, 303-476-3909

CHEVRA KADISHA — BURIAL SOCIETIES
ROCKY MOUNTAIN — Randy Zakroff, 303-549-1402; 316 S. Locust St., Denver, CO 80224; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
BOULDER — Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, adviser; administrative leadership team, 303-842-5365
CHEYENNE — Mt. Sinai, Rabbi Larry Moldo, 209-613-1885; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
UTAH — Congregation Kol Ami, 801-484-1501

Last Updated ( Friday, 18 September 2015 15:43 )  

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