Hanukkah has long been known for large celebrations and menus full of delicious offerings. While many of us are not gathering in person with our loved ones, you can still celebrate the Festival of Lights with a proper feast. Here are some restaurants from around the country who are providing special take home menus for Hanukkah this year!
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Enjoy a full blown feast with this meal for four. It includes Beef Brisket, roasted and seared served with Jus, Nuovole Bread, Caramelized Onions, Calabrian Chili, and Black Garlic Aioli. It is paired with sides of Rosemary Potatoes and Roasted Carrots thenn completed with a dessert of Cherry Chocolate Challah Bread Pudding with Sabayon Cream.
Orders can be placed day-of, although they recommend a 24-hour preorder, particularly for December 18th.
Pick up your Hanukkah feast and simply reheat it with the help of Prime & Provision. Packages are available for parties of 2, 4, 6, or 8, at $45 per person. The menu includes Matzo Ball Soup, Cucumber + Dill Salad, Potato Latkes, Homemade Applesauce, Chive Sour Cream, Braised Beef Brisket, Roasted Root Vegetables, Noodle Kugel, and Strawberry Sufganiyot. There is also the option to add on Roasted Salmon and Kosher Wines.
Call up this Jewish-inspired deli to order your house-made bagels, classic deli sandwiches, and many more traditionally-inspired recipes. They are offering family sized pre-orders of Noodle Kugel, Potato Latkes, and Matzo Ball Soup through December 14.
To order call: 512-340-1404
Choose your favorite items a la carte in person or on GrubHub! You can also plan out a more cohesive menu that includes potato latkes (of course), chopped liver, chicken soup, beef brisket, jelly doughnuts, and chocolate macaroons. The Hanukkah menu is available for all 8 nights - you simply need 24-hours notice. If you’d like to place a Home Service Hanukkah order, please email email@example.com.
Pick up a savory or sweet treat if you want to keep it simple this week. Larder is offering pastrami croissants and chocolate cherry rugelach along with other daily items. They are open 12pm-6pm Tuesday thru Saturday and provide menu updates on their Facebook Page.
Please call 216.912.8203 to place an order as they are limiting walk-ups.
Order online or give Eatzi’s a call to cover your Hanukkah needs! Offerings include Latkes and Applesauce, Nutella Babka, Horseradish-Crusted Salmon, and more.
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