Naturally, being a restaurant, the first thing that comes to mind with the management and staff of Kosh Steakhouse Grill is eating at Kosh Miami, when you speak of Surfside.
We offer the best Kosher Steakhouse and
Kosher Sushi in Miami at our Surfside restaurant. But while you are working up an appetite to enjoy our delicious kosher grill entrees and appetizers, there are plenty of getaway spots in Surfside to fit practically everyone, tourist or local as well.
A hidden gem of a beach is the small beach in Surfside. First of all, this is truly a gem because there is no public parking. If you are not a local living there, you will need to walk several blocks to the beach. This makes Surfside far less popular for tourists. As to the sand, it is pure white, and the water is very clear. This is the type of beach where everything is just clean, with blue water and a chill atmosphere. Perfect for walking along the beach or sunbathing.
Bal Harbour Shops
Just 3 minutes by car or Uber from Surfside Beach is the Bal Habour Shops. This is a truly high-end mall that one London tourist described as Harrods of London transplanted in Miami. There is Harry Winston, Dior, Prada, Tiffany, Rolex, Bulgari, Chole, Neiman Marcus, and dozens more. Even if you are not a true shopper, you can dream big at Bal Harbor.
Monastery of St. Bernard de Clairvaux
If you need to recover from shopping and are staying more than one day, you’ll want to visit this Ancient Spanish Monastery just a few miles away in North Miami. Built-in the 12th century, it was bought in the 1830s by famed publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst. Hearst had it disassembled into thousands of small pieces and shipped overseas to its present site. It is one of Miami’s most intriguing attractions and offers people a chance to escape from the glitz and step back in time.
The Surfside Farmers Market
Another place to visit without the glitz is the Surfside Farmers Market, held every Tuesday between 8 a.m. and 1 pm. With meat, vegetables, homemade jams, fruits, sauces, honey, pet treats, and lots of craft vendors, you can have a great time, snag some healthy goodies, and actually educated your kids that vegetables grow on trees or in the ground, not in a freezer bag.
The Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum
If you want to stretch yourself 30 minutes away, consider visiting the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum. The 30,000 square foot museum features nearly two dozen pristine cars, most of them Packard owned by than museum founder Arthur Stone who sold flowers on the streets of Manhattan during the great depression. While selling flowers in Manhattan he saw his first Packard car and not only fell in love with them but vowed to own one. He moved to the Miami area in 1937 and established the first of a chain of 11 flower shops that made his fabulously wealthy. He bought his first Packard in the 1940s, and never stopped buying them, all of which he kept in mint condition. The Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum is a terrific place to while away a few hours in the area.
Stay at the Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club
If lounging and relaxing is your thing you came to the right place if you stay at the Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club. First of all, the hotel is right on the beach, so if you want to go to the beach it’s just a few steps away. Second, for both you as well as the kids, there is a fabulous pool. but the hotel offers so much more. There are water sports on-site, a kid’s club, free bicycles available, yoga, a sauna room, massages, and more.
The bottom line
Surfside is packed with activities for both couples and families. And Kosh Grill is Surfide’s 5-star restaurant to eat at. We have been consistently satisfying appetites for Kosher-style grill foods since 2013. We strongly recommend you make a reservation, please visit us soon and let us show you what all the buzz is about.