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Weekend Update: Out of Town-ers Special

We know that not everyone can keep up with all the comings and goings of kosher restaurants, so here's what you may have missed over the weekend. Contrary to what people from these places might think, we love it when there's Foodie action in cities that aren't New York! Check out the news about restaurants around the country. 

Bunnie Cakes Expands to Aventura - Kosher, vegan and gluten-free? You bet. Bunnie Cakes started in 2009 by Mariana Cortez, a mother who could not find any goodies on the market that her son with dairy and gluten allergies could enjoy. She started creating and altering recipes herself and posting about them on her blog. Now, she's opening a second location of her allergy-free bakery, Bunnie Cakes, in the Aventura Mall on August 1st. Her first location is a storefront at 2322 NE Second Ave in Miami. Bunnie Cakes is under the supervision of Kosher Miami - Vaad HaKashrus of Miami Dade

The Star of David Kosher Grill Opening in Philadelphia - Taking over the Burger.org location, brothers Nadav and Sharon Abargel opened a new meat restaurant in Philly last week. The Star of David Kosher Grill will be offering a wide variety of food, including sushi, Chinese food, steak, shawarma, and burgers. Sharon Abargel is no stranger to the kosher restaurant business - he owns Espresso Cafe and Japanika in Philadelphia as well. He is opening this restaurant and returning to his Israeli roots with the authentic Middle Eastern cuisine that will be served. Star of David Kosher Grill is under the supervision of Keystone-K - Community Kashrus of Greater Philadelphia

Amba Grill in Oakland to Close - Amba Grill, the only kosher restaurant in the East Bay, will likely be closing its doors this summer. Jonathan Wornick, a vegan, opened Amba as a vegetarian restaurant but later added meat to the menu in order to fulfill the community's needs. Unfortunately, the community didn't seem to need it enough. 

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