One of Scottsdale’s kosher restaurants is under new ownership as of May 2021

New owner takes over Kitchen18 following renovations and expansion

Posted 7/22/21

Rabbi Jordan Brumer completed the purchase of Kitchen18 at Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard and is looking forward to providing quality kosher food to the Jewish community.

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One of Scottsdale’s kosher restaurants is under new ownership as of May 2021

New owner takes over Kitchen18 following renovations and expansion

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Rabbi Jordan Brumer completed the purchase of Kitchen18 at Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard and is looking forward to providing quality kosher food to the Jewish community.

Previous owner, Nathan Uvaydov, who owned and ran the restaurant for the past five years, shared his hope and excitement for the restaurant to continue to provide a high quality and unique dining experience under the new ownership, according to the release. 

Kitchen18 recently completed a large renovation project during the pandemic, including a slight expansion and complete remodel of the dining room and kitchen. 

Because of these changes taking place prior to the change in ownership, Brumer doesn’t plan on making any significant changes, since the food and ambiance already share the restaurant's mission for providing food that is “fresh, healthful, and carefully prepared for your wellness and peace of mind,” the release stated. 

Kitchen18 prepares food and drinks according to glatt kosher standards serving 100% kosher, all-natural and grass-fed meat while also using the season’s freshest vegetables. 

The kitchen is completely dairy-free, and bread and pastries are prepared from scratch. Diners can also enjoy a nice selection of kosher wine, beer and specialty cocktail drinks. 

And for more options, Kitchen18 provides specially designed Shabbat takeout meals and catering menus to serve the community with delicious food for parties of five to 500. 

Prior to this new venture, Brumer had been serving as the director of Jewish Arizonans on Campus for the past 16 years. 

His wife, Risa Brumer, has now taken over this role as Brumer begins to put his focus on continuing to create a wonderful dining experience at the restaurant. 

For more information about Kitchen18, call 480-284-6001 or visit thekitchen18.com.

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