A Sweet New Year

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Photo: Nycci Nellis
 
The High Holidays: They’re either early or late, but this year they are right on time! Rosh Hashanah begins the evening of September 25th and Yom Kippur’s fast starts the night of October 4th. For those who celebrate, the last thing you need to worry about after a day of Services is what you and the fam are eating!  Fortunately, if you are looking for help, we have you covered. Here’s a list of area restaurants with their take on brisket, bagels, and schmears AND with the accessibility of really good kosher wines, we have some suggestions there too ~ 

Rosh Hashanah:

Baked by Yael’s High Holiday Challah
Looking for amazing challah? Look no further! You can find it at your local bakery, Baked by Yael. Order now and take advantage of their complimentary curbside pickup. They are currently accepting orders for Thursdays and for the High Holidays - you’re strongly encouraged to order your challah for Rosh Hashanah and Break Fast now; 202.234.9235; 3000 Connecticut Avenue NW; Click here for more info.

Rosh Hashanah Preorders with Butcher’s Alley
Butcher Alley’s Rosh Hashanah menu is now available to preorder. They are offering their brisket and sides like roasted fall vegetables, challah bread, housemade gravlax, and more. Four different pickup dates are being offered. Click here to browse the menu and for more information. 240.855.0121; 4961 Bethesda Avenue, Bethesda, MD.

Rosh Hashanah Offerings from Dawson’s Market
Celebrate the Jewish New Year with delicious healthy traditional entrees and sides from Dawson’s Market. The menu is available for pickup from September 24th through October 5th only. Orders need to be placed at least 48 hours in advance. Curbside pickup is available. 225 North Washington Street, Rockville, MD; 2001 S Street NW; 240.428.1386 (Rockville); 202.588.5698 (Dupont Circle); To order from the Rockville location, click here; To place an order at the Dupont Circle location, click here.

KAYCO & Kosher.com Collaboration
KAYCO and Kosher.com are teaming up to unveil new products, recipes, usages, and other super sweet products to help reinvent how you celebrate your Rosh Hashanah holiday. Featured products include the delicious Manischewitz apple butter and the Heaven & Earth date syrup. 718.369.4600; 72 New Hook Road, Bayonne, NJ. For more information, click here.

Royal Wine Corp High Holy Days Wine Offerings
With the Jewish High Holy Days approaching, Royal Wine Corp will be offering wines from regions that until now have been hard to come by in the Kosher Market. Wines from regions like Israel, California, Italy, and France will be available. Some wines recommended by Wine Expert Gabriel Geller, Director of PR for Royal Wine Corp, are Herzog Lineage Momentus ($19.99), Herzog Variations Be-leaf Cabernet Sauvignon ($24.99), Magnificus ($60.00), and many more. For more information, visit their website here.

SABABA Rosh Hashanah Specials
SABABA will celebrate Rosh Hashanah by offering a variety of specials, which will be available exclusively during their dinner service. Chef Ryan Moore honors the traditional ingredients of this holiday, which symbolize a wish or blessing for prosperity and health in the coming year. One will find Chef incorporating apple, honey, and brisket for this special menu. The regular menu is also available. Menu highlights include roasted Haloumi with honey and apple marmalade ($14) and braised beef brisket with carrot, sweet potato and date tzimmes ($28). 202.244.6750; 3311 Connecticut Avenue. For more information, click here.


Silver and Sons BBQ Pick-Up Holiday Menu
Silver and Sons BBQ draws influence from their Jewish heritage and long experience cooking with Mediterranean flavors for a unique take on Rosh Hashanah dishes. Their holiday menu is a fun way to experience some classic dishes with a bit of that BBQ spin. Orders for pick-up may be placed until 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, 9/21. Visit their website to view multiple pickup dates and locations; 301.329.4460; 11910 Parklawn Drive #O, Rockville, MD; Click here for more information.

Summer House’s Rosh Hashanah Celebration
Come celebrate Rosh Hashanah with Summer House Santa Monica on Sunday, September 25th, and Monday, September 26th, and feast on a multi-course dinner menu complete with traditional dishes. Dinner will be served from 4:30 to 9:00 p.m. for $54.95 per adult and $24.95 per child (under 12 years old), exclusive of gratuity and tax. Reservations are available in addition to carryout orders. Place carryout orders on Tock by Thursday, September 22nd at 4:00 p.m. 301.881.2381; 11825 Grand Park Avenue, North Bethesda, MD. For more information or to make a reservation, please click here.



Yom Kippur:

Baked by Yael’s High Holiday Challah
Looking for amazing challah? Look no further! You can find it at your local bakery, Baked by Yael. Order now and take advantage of their complimentary curbside pickup. They are currently accepting orders for Thursdays and for the High Holidays - you’re strongly encouraged to order your challah for Rosh Hashanah and Break Fast now; 202.234.9235; 3000 Connecticut Avenue NW; Click here for more info.

Royal Wine Corp High Holy Days Wine Offerings
With the Jewish High Holy Days approaching, Royal Wine Corp will be offering wines from regions that until now have been hard to come by in the Kosher Market. Wines from regions like Israel, California, Italy, and France will be available. Some wines recommended by Wine Expert Gabriel Geller, Director of PR for Royal Wine Corp, are Herzog Lineage Momentus ($19.99), Herzog Variations Be-leaf Cabernet Sauvignon ($24.99), Magnificus ($60.00), and many more. For more information, visit their website here.


Pre- and Post-Fast Specials at SABABA
SABABA is celebrating Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, before sundown Tuesday October 4th (pre-fast) and Wednesday October 5th (post-fast). Decadent specials like Israeli couscous ($15), heirloom carrots cooked al'Heash ($15), sumac & preserved lemon crusted salmon with fennel and citrus salad ($28), and lamb tagine with carrots, sweet potato and spiced couscous ($30). Dishes will be available from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tuesday and from 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday. 3311 Connecticut Avenue NW; sababauptown.com