Rugelach & Knishes (Pompano Beach)
***** Rugelach & Knishes.
A recent e-mail from reader Lynn R…
My husband and I love your blog. You’re tastebuds are very similar to ours.
This may sound like a crazy request, but can you tell us where we can find delicious rugelach and knishes?
Both of us were born and bred in Baltimore and have lived in Margate for the past 7 months. We’ve tried a number of places in the area for both but so far just nothing out of the ordinary. Attached is a list of places we have been to.
Thanks in advance,
Took a look at your knish and rugelach list and to be honest with you, Jeff Eats would have thought that a few of the joints listed would have fared-better in your knish-rugelach quest.
Right off the top of my head, I’m thinking that Pita Nosh (knishes) and S & I Bakery (rugelach) both of which are located in the Festival Flea Market Mall in Pompano Beach-should get the job done for you. What I really like about Pita Nosh and S & I-is that the knishes and rugelach are made in-house…
Good luck and may the force be with you…
FLAKOWITZ in Boynton Beach for both. Both made in-house. The knishes are really excellent.
Zinger’s in Boca has some really good knishes.
Pita Nosh Knish Bakery at Festival Flea Market Mall has the best knishes in South Florida.
Knishes are the main dish, homemade baked in store daily. They have potato Knishes, Kasha Knishes, Potato Mushroom, Spinach Feta and more.