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Arranging for Food

Beth Israel of Onset has no financial affiliation with any of these facilities or services. This listing is presented only as a service to our guests for reference. We cannot and do not accept any financial responsibility for arrangements made with these facilities or services. We do not supervise any Kosher or Kashrut facilities offered or implied.

In Onset proper is the Onset supermarket with a selection of foods, fruits and vegetables. Cash machine outside.

On Route 28, Stop and Shop. To go there, drive through Onset to the railroad tracks (about 2.5 miles) turn right at the light. Some prepackaged kosher selections. Also on Rt 28 is Freihofer’s Outlet. They have many Kosher breads and Entenmann’s baked goods too!

You will also find a Friendly’s at the Sagamore Bridge. The Ice Cream is under KVH supervision.

The largest selection of Kosher foods can be found at the Stop & Shop at Marstons Mills Marketplace, Route 28, approximately a 10 minute drive from Hyannis, and 30 min from Onset. There is a well stocked freezer with Kosher soups, packaged poultry items, Kosher Pizza, and Burritos. The store has a Kosher Bakery under the supervision of the KVH (Mass Vaad Harabonim) Cakes, cookies, danishes, and pastries are Kosher dairy (not Cholov Yisroel). The breads, rolls, and bagels are Pareve.

You will find a Friendly’s at Scusset Beach in Sagamore at the top of the Canal, about 20 minutes away. The Ice Cream is under KVH supervision. There is a Ben and Jerry’s ice cream in North Easton, near the National Sea Shore, as well as in Hyannis.

Tova Yarmush, Tova’s Catering, 508.286.2242 can provide Shabbos meals for your stay.
Don’t forget to stop at the small fruit and vegetable stands around Onset and on Route 25. These delightful stands offer fresh corn and other produce ripe from local farms. These just can’t be beat!

In Sharon (45 minutes away), you will find Zeidi’s for kosher food and meat. In Brookline (about an hour and 10), you will find The The Butcherie, as well as Shomer Shabbos bakeries.

If you take a trip into Boston (about 1 ¼ hour drive) there are a number of restaurants available see http://www.kashrut.com/travel/Boston/

Milk St. Café


500 Milk St., Post Office Sq, Boston


Israeli grill

324 Harvard St., Brookline

Taam China


423 Harvard St., Brookline

Ruth’s Kitchen

Chinese take out

401 Harvard St., Brookline

Pastryland & More


417 Harvard St., Brookline

Café Eilat 


406 Harvard St., Brookline

Mikve: Chevrat Nashim in Sharon, MA 781.784.7444 .

Call Wendy Hauser 339.364.0063 Email whauser@capecodshul.org