If you want to visit some Jewish bookstores in New York, check out the 10 we’ve featured below that are located across the state.
R. Zunder Berman began selling Seforim out of his car in 1960. By 1962, he had opened Z Berman Books in Cedarhurst, New York. Since then, he has grown to have 7 locations in New York and New Jersey, all offering an assortment of Jewish literature, supplies, and gifts.
In addition to his bookstores, Berman owns two publishing houses in Israel. Whatever your Seforim or Judaica needs may be, he can provide you with top-of-the-line items at the best prices and with quality service from his staff of well-trained sellers.
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Tuvia Rotberg is the owner of Tuvia’s Seforim Judaica & Gifts, a bookshop in Airmont, New York. Tuvia has dedicated his life to providing books and gifts to those of the Jewish faith. In addition to other learning materials, Tuvia has created his own version of the Gemara Menukad.
The bookstore is open six days a week. In addition to books centered around the Jewish faith, patrons can purchase a variety of gifts sold by Tuvia and his wife, Mindy, for Chanukah, Upsheren, Bar Mitzva, anniversaries, birthdays, weddings, and many more special occasions.
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In 1939, Philipp Feldheim came to America after fleeing the Holocaust. He opened a family bookstore on the Lower East Side of New York where he began to sell the Jewish literature that was so hard to find in other bookstores. Eventually, he opened his own publishing house.
In addition to authentic Hebraica and Judaica volumes available for sale, Feldheim’s family bookstore carries many of the translations his publishing house has created and printed over the years, bringing texts originally only available in Hebrew to English readers around the world.
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You’ll find Bais Hasforim in the Town Square Mall located in Monsey, New York. The store is open six days a week to provide its customers with the learning materials, faith-based books, and gifts for a host of Jewish and mainstream holidays.
Whether you are new to the faith, converting from another religion, or introducing your children to Judaism, Bais Hasforim has everything you need to learn and grow within the faith. In addition to the items on their shelves, they are happy to place orders for non-stock items.
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West Side Judaica & Bookstore on the Upper West Side of New York City is the marketplace for Jewish literature and other great merchandise. Whether you are shopping for faith-based books, learning materials, snacks, or other items, you’ll likely find them here.
Customers find themselves in a shop full of wonders from which to choose. If you’re looking for a bookstore with a little bit of everything, you won’t be disappointed in the selection available in the store. Stop by and see what they have for you.
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You’ll find Mekor Judaica Book Store in the Flatbush area of Brooklyn, New York. Over five thousand square feet of shop space gives this bookstore plenty of room to house not only a vast collection of Jewish literature but also, a wide assortment of sundries.
Whether you are shopping for Siddurim, Seforim, Gartlech, Taleisim, or some other item, the employees at this immense marketplace are there to serve your needs. They can help you find anything you need to learn, grow or give as a gift.
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Among the great finds in the diaspora is Mizrahi Book Store, a three-story book store that sits in Brooklyn, New York. You could spend an entire day in this treasure trove of Jewish literature that includes new and used books, some of them incredibly rare.
If you’re looking for that seemingly impossible-to-find learning material or rare translation, there’s a good chance you’ll find it among the stacks of books that fill every corner and wall of this bookstore. Proprietor Israel Mizrahi is more than happy to help you look.
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Eichlers Judaica, located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York, has all your needs covered. Chanukah, faith-based books, clothing, Sefarim, Judaica, multi-media, or gifts can all be found on their shelves. If you are unable to find it in the store, they will happily order it for you.
In addition to its vast store selection, the shop offers an online shopping experience designed to make your purchase easy to find and order, with fast delivery. If you’re in the market for books written by or for members of the Jewish faith, they have you covered.
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Keter Judaica in the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn, New York, is a Jewish bookshop that also offers a considerable collection of collectibles, art, and gifts. Shoppers can look forward to finding a wide selection of the items they are seeking on the store’s shelves.
Books available include rare texts, hard-to-find translations, learning materials, and large print editions for those who have trouble with the smaller print. They even have all your fashion needs and accessories for your Tefillions, Torahs, and Mantles.
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You’ll find Safra Judaica and Stam in the Kew Garden Hills area of New York City. The bookstore has an incredible selection to choose from and you can even shop online if you prefer to do your browsing from home.
If you’re looking for benchers, items for Chanukah, Hebrew books, books translated to English, Judaica, Kippa clips, kosher products, Passover items, or prayer books, they have plenty of stock available. They even have books in Spanish and Russian in written and audio form.
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