In recent decades, the Jewish community of Las Vegas has grown significantly. Today, tens of thousands of Jews live in the city.Las Vegas has many synagogues, institutions and Jewish public organizations. In recent years, many members of the community have moved to Summerlin, on the west side of the city and to the Green Valley area in Henderson. A large number of the Jewish population is concentrated in these places. The first synagogue of Nevada was founded in the city of Reno in the 1920s and is considered a main synagogue for most members of the Jewish community. Kosher food and Israeli products can be found in many kosher shops located in the city. Kosher food can also be found at a local farmers markets. In addition, Las-Vegas has a large variety of kosher restaurants where visitors can try a variety of delicious Jewish foods.