Few places in Miami have been around as long as Kosher Kingdom. And there's no place like it. Try the buttery, chocolate-laced rugelach or slices of smoked, delicious salty sable. Fred Einhorn opened the first Kosher Kingdom in 1952 on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach. It was a time when you could barely take a step without finding a kosher household. Then, as much of South Beach's Jewish community moved north, Fred's son Mike headed for Aventura. No matter where the deli is located, it's the place to be for hard-to-find classics such as mushroom barley soup ($6.99) and a half-dozen casseroles called kugel, made with noodles ($7.99), zucchini ($7.99), or potato ($6.99). Refuse to try the stuff? You might find yourself being force-fed house-made gefilte fish ($12.99) by a fawning waitress.