Right here’s the place to order Hanukkah dinner and specials in Guelph this 12 months
What feels like the longest year in human history is finally coming to an end, meaning it’s finally time for the Festival of Lights, a festival of family, memory, blessings and of course the fried foods. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an Angeleno celebrating Hanukkah alongside loved ones – which means feasting alone or with very few people – or whether you’re surrounded by them and have to go mad and feed a for the entire eight days and nights A dozen mouths, some of the best restaurants in LA can help with the heavy culinary lift.
Here you will find sufganiyot, latkes, brisket and challah to impress even the most discerning bubbe.
Let one of the coolest steakhouses in LA handle your Hanukkah this year. After all, they know beef. Venice’s American Beauty whips up a five-point meal for four, which is slow-cooked ribs and chickpea stew. the restaurant’s herb salad; Potato fritters with apple sauce and crème fraîche; Carrots with cumin, charred onion sauce, pickled cherries and peanut dukkah; roasted Jerusalem artichoke with grapes and lemon aioli; and sufganiyot with raspberry jam.
Price: $ 160. Order online by 6 p.m. for pickup the next day from 2 p.m., available from December 10th to 18th.
Jeremy Fox’s Santa Monica Restaurant has some Jewish classics year round, but there are two tracks for Hanukkah: heating and serving dishes that can be cooked at home, and a full, ready-to-eat, five-course, fixed-price dinner . There are plenty of a la carte options for heating and serving, including hits like matzo ball soup with carrot miso and dill (one served for $ 15). slow-cooked brisket with heirloom tomato agrodolce (served four for $ 79); and sauerkraut latkes with apple sauce and crème fraîche (a dozen for $ 24). If you’re looking for a pre-made feast, the 5-course fixed price is $ 49 per person and includes beet salad with persimmon and feta. Noodle ball pumpkin butter; Brisket with Heirloom Tomato Agrodolce; Spice Roasted Carrots; and apple sunchoke cake with whey caramel.
Price: Various for heating and serving; US $ 49 per person for a Prix Fixe meal. Order online, collection possible from December 10th to 18th.
If you’re looking for a soothing, classic Hanukkah festival, Birdie G’s sister establishment Huckleberry is for you. You’ll find plenty of family-style a la carte options that are organic and traditional, including braised brisket from Creekstone Farms (four for $ 75); sweet noodle ball with golden raisins and cinnamon (served four for $ 35); Sour cream latkes and homemade apple sauce (a dozen for $ 28); and matzo ball soup (served two for $ 18). Desserts include a dozen cinnamon sugar donut holes ($ 12). gluten-free caramelized persimmon cheesecake ($ 55); Chocolate Rye Financier with Chocolate Ganache and Toasted Almonds ($ 65); and even a Hanukkah cookie decoration set with plant-based shortbread dreidels and blue frosting ($ 15).
Price: Various. Order online using these catering forms or give us a call 310-451-2311 until 3 p.m. with 72 hours requested collection between December 10th and 18th.
Jerry’s Patio Cafe & Bar
The new Jerry’s Patio Cafe & Bar in Manhattan Beach offers a Hanukkah menu with a variety of options. Each dinner package feeds five to six people and starts with a matzo ball soup of your choice or a simple chicken noodle soup. There is also a choice of brisket, braised corned beef or grilled Scottish salmon. Regardless of what your family eats, get a market vegetable salad with a lemon vinaigrette. toasted glazed rainbow carrots; and latkes with sour cream and apple sauce. For dessert? Only one more choice: can you finish with blueberry cheesecake or a warm apple cobbler? If that’s not the case for you, then of course the a la carte add-ons include a dozen strawberry jelly donuts ($ 30), a dozen different cookies ($ 15), or a quarter pan of ricotta Ball of cornflake sprinkles ($ 15). .
Price: $ 200. Order online or by calling 310-437-7600, available December 10-18.
Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne’s Lucques Restaurant lives on through its catering branch, which means their annual Hanukkah offerings are back. There are a couple of dinner sets this year: There’s a feast for six with latkes, braised beef brisket and horseradish cream, mashed potatoes, Moroccan beets with labneh, young broccoli with garlic and chilli peppers, roasted root vegetables, challa and an apple cranberry crumble for one price from $ 275; A luxury Wagyu dinner for four, priced at $ 375, that includes a salad of rocket, radicchio, grape and goat cheese, roasted Westholme Wagyu, potato gratin, pumpkin with persimmon and pomegranate salsa, some young broccoli with shallot and garlic chilli ‘arbol and chocolate bread pudding; and finally a selection of a la carte breads made from braided challah ($ 10) and fig and walnut rugelach (a dozen for $ 25).
Price: Various. Order online for pickup in Beverly Hills December 10-12 and December 17-19.
Photo: Courtesy of SLAB
Why not leave your brisket in the more than capable hands of one of LA’s leading pit smokers? Burt Bakman’s West Third BBQ Target offers your table a feast for four that includes half of a brisket. Latkes with sour cream and apple sauce; Matzo ball soup; mixed green salad with tomatoes, red onions, pepitas and cucumber in a red wine vinaigrette; and roasted green beans with honey, garlic, and shallots.
Price: $ 195. Order online, collection possible from December 10th to 18th.
Superba food + bread
Anyone familiar with Superba knows that they are so much more than fantastic baked goods, and they will only prove it even better on Hanukkah. They put together a feast for four, with fun add-ons for the vacation. Each pack contains slow-cooked beef brisket with roasted carrots from Weiser Family Farms, caramelized onions and cremini mushrooms. Schmaltz-fried latkes with pink apple sauce and chives-sour cream; Haricots Verts with Tahini and Preserved Lemon; Beet salad with radicchio, goat cheese, dates, hazelnuts and a sherry-citrus vinaigrette; and of course these baked goods: Sufganiyot with raspberry jam, of course. Still hungry? Have some chicken liver mousse with apple and cranberry mustarda for $ 15. an additional serving of eight chewy latkes for $ 16; or a loaf of challah for $ 9.
Price: $ 160. Order online until 6 p.m. and pick it up two days later, available from December 10th to 18th.
Photo: Courtesy of Genghis Cohen
The collaboration with Genghis Cohen x Coolhaus x DKs Donuts-Eis
Three of our favorite places just got together for a vacation collaboration that sounds cuter than – ok, maybe as cute – as Sufganiyah. That’s because the NYC-style Dschingis Cohen Chinese restaurant is teaming up with the ice cream titans at Coolhaus and one of the best donut shops in LA, DK’s, to create Dr. Dre (Idel) to create a limited flavor that jelly donuts make into cakes. The Hanukkah special swirls both cake and yeast donut pieces together with strawberry jam into a vanilla pod base and runs from December 10th to 20th. You can order it online from Thursday.
Photo: Courtesy of Dr. standard
Dr. Norms cannabis Hanukkah biscuit
Okay so maybe you keep this product off Bubbe: the weed biscuit company Dr. Norm’s is launching a range of cannabis biscuits this year, including Hanukkah biscuits. Each biscuit contains 10 mg of THC. So make sure the bag doesn’t stay open – or, depending on the company, do it on those eight crazy nights. Keep an eye on the website for details on the release.
Photo: Courtesy of Valerie Confections
Valerie Confections chocolate sets
There is almost no occasion that Valerie Confections hasn’t prepared you for, but if you’re looking to pick up a special Hanukkah gift or keep festive candy to yourself, this chocolatier, bakery, and cafe is for you. From the truffle line comes a new menorah gift box (US $ 25) perfect for Hanukkah, which dusts golden menorahs onto classic 61% bittersweet truffles and then ties the whole thing together in a blue satin ribbon. If you’re looking for more luxury, the $ 80 gift set (pictured) includes the chocolate menorah box, almond toffee, a 72% bittersweet candy bar and a gold can of hot chocolate. Order online and grab a few more nights’s worth of gifts while you’re there.
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