While there is a Jewish population in Greater Phoenix, concentrations of which you'll find in Central/North Phoenix and in North Scottsdale, there aren't many places around town where you can buy Kosher products, eat in a Kosher restaurant, or buy Judaica (items relating to Judaism). I have listed a few of the most popular places here. For up-to-date information on shopping, dining, and issues relating to bewing Jewish in Arizona, visit Jewish News online.
12701 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale
"Authentic Italian tastes are pervasive in the pizzas and fresh, homemade pastas as well as our appetizers and desserts." All the dishes are Vaad Kosher.
Segal’s One Stop Kosher Foods & Oasis Grill
4818 N. 7th Street, Phoenix
Dry goods, frozen foods, Chalav Yisrael dairy, and a Pas Yisrael Bakery as well as a full-service butcher department that specializes in Glatt Kosher beef, veal, lamb and poultry and a full line of deli meats. The largest selection of kosher wines in Phoenix. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner six days per week.
737 E. Glendale Avenue, Phoenix
Glatt Kosher restaurant and deli marketplace. Offers Shabbat and Holiday take-out.
Locations in Chandler, Paradise Valley, Scottsdale and Tempe.
A New York-style delicatessen, restaurant and bakery. Special menus offered for Jewish holidays, in the restaurant and for take-out. Chompie's baking company is certified strictly kosher under the Orthodox Union (OU) and delivers to more than 500 Valley restaurants, resorts, and major food chains throughout Arizona, Colorado, California, Utah, and Texas.
10211 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale
Kosher Certification by Chabad. Rav HaMachshir is Rabbi Y. Levertov. "Kitchen 18 prepares food according to Glatt Kosher standards. Our meats are 100% Kosher, all natural and grass-fed, the kitchen is dairy free, we use the season’s freshest vegetables (organic when available), and our breads and pastries are prepared from scratch. Our food is fresh, healthful, and carefully prepared for your wellness and peace of mind."