Where To Order Rosh Hashanah Food In New York City

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Where To Order Rosh Hashanah Food In New York City

The Jewish New Year is upon us, kicking off on the evening of Monday, September 7, just as summer officially comes to a close. With pandemic confusion still looming, high holiday plans may still be atypical this year, and that’s always where restaurants step in. Pre-order your Rosh Hashanah feast from these New York City eateries to celebrate 5781 deliciously!

Breads Bakery

The Jewish bakery has plenty of specialty items this year! A new Centerpiece Challah, ($64.95) will be braided with ceramic bowls for apples and honey, with a smaller festive version ($17.95) also available. A round apple challah ($16.95) will also be sold as well as a golden raisin challah ($12.95). On the savory side, no chicken noodle soup, will be a veggie broth with crepe noodles. Pre-orders are at www.breadsbakery.com and select items are available for nationwide shipping

Katz’s Deli

A Rosh Hashanah Dinner Package from the historic Katz’s Deli will feed a family with the traditional Ashkenazic favorites. Noodle kugel, crispy potato latkes, homemade matzoh ball soup, and hand-sliced brisket and pastrami will all be included in the $145 box. Honey cake, for a truly sweet way to ring in the New Year, will also be included.

PJ Bernstein

The multigenerational Jewish deli is offering an extensive ala carte menu to preorder for the High Holidays. Menu items include chopped liver, stuffed cabbage, gefilte fish, latkes, tsimmes, noodle kugel, brisket, roasted chicken, whole roasted turkey, and more. Order online.

Moss Café

The kosher Riverdale cafe and its pandemic pivot, Moss Provisions, will offer a special Rosh Hashanah menu, to preorder by August 29, and pickup on September 5-6. Menu items include round challah, lavender honey cake, and a Simanim Platter with moroccan carrots, beet salad, green bean salad, local apples, honey, pomegranates and dates.

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