Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins on the evening of Friday, September 15th and is celebrated until Sunday, September 17th. This holiday marks a period known as the Ten Days of His Awe, a period of reflection, and, for some, repentance in Judaism. Rosh Hashanah is the lighter side of the holiday and participants are encouraged to eat challahs and apples dipped in golden honey to welcome the sweet New Year. In Los Angeles, members of the Jewish community have the opportunity to order full take-out meals (or complementary side dishes from home-cooked meals) to eat together at home, but this year there will be several eat-in options as well. there is. Read below to find out where you can order a Rosh Hashana dinner in Los Angeles in 2023.
rustic canyon restaurant
The Rustic Canyon Group, the Westside force, includes Rosh Hashanah (and Yom Kippur breakfast, for that matter). Santa Monica bakery Huckleberry’s menu features seasonal twists on classics such as Mary’s Organic Apple Honey Glazed Chicken and Roasted Pumpkin and Carrots with Honey Date Butter. And, of course, there are some baked goods available, such as Milo + Olive’s round braided chalar (traditional or cinnamon raisin). For dessert, choose a honeyed baked apple and walnut oat crumble, or a vegan/gluten-free coconut macaron. For pick-up after 10am on September 15th, 16th and 17th, orders must be placed by September 10th via Tripleseat.
At Birdie G’s, the kitchen puts its signature playful twist on holiday cooking. Roast whole chicken with black lime and fenugreek, corned beef tri-tip with smoked tomato remoulade, curried carrot tsim, and apple sunchoke cake. Hazelnut and caramel sauce. Dishes that regularly appear on the restaurant’s menu, such as matzo ball soup and southern kugel, are also available, as well as kosher wines. Pre-order Rosh Hashanah on Tripleseat at least 72 hours in advance and pick up from September 14th until he’s September 17th. Special dinners are also served during holidays.
The extensive Rosh Hashanah menu is available for pick-up at Akasha Richmond and Alan Shulman’s Culver City restaurant Akasha (On September 15th, 16th and 17th, the menu for those dining at the restaurant will include: Part of the holiday dinner will also be posted). Appetizers include chopped ‘livers’ with green peas and walnuts, apricot and prune encrusted zimme, as well as Creekstone Farms braised beef brisket, dates, Castelvetrano olives and caramelised saffron chicken. They have a variety of appetizers, including tagines. Onions, preserved lemons, cinnamon. Dessert is also available for his 3 types. Honey Glazed Apple Clam Cake, Chocolate Babka, Gluten Free Chocolate Dipped Macaron and Plain Coconut Macaron. Orders can be placed via Tock.
modern bread and bagels
This compassionate gluten-free kosher deli in Topanga Village in Woodland Hills has all the gluten-free, vegan, and kosher options for this year’s Rosh Hashana dinner. Grab the gluten-free, vegan, raisin-filled Apple Coffee Cake Bread ($25, pre-order available) at the bakery. The bakery also sells gluten-free charlers ($9.95 for the entire charler or $12 for 4 individual charler rolls). Daily from 8am to 5pm or until sold out.
Wexler’s holiday dinner menu features the usual suspects. $295 Rosh Hashanah Pickup Menu for 4 to 6 people includes traditional holiday brisket, large seasonal salad, house specialty matzo ball soup, noodle kugel with walnut crumble , and some more Rosh Hashanah-specific dishes, such as honey-roasted heirloom carrots and honey cake for dessert. Dinner also includes challah. As an extra option, you can “upgrade” with blini and garnish ($40), Ossetra or Siberian caviar (from $125 for 30 grams). You can pre-order it by email for pick-up between September 15th and September 17th.
Café Clementine in Century City once again offers simple but satisfying holiday dinner options for those who order to celebrate the New Year. The $90 holiday dinner package serves 2-3 people and includes three options, from appetizers such as vegan split pea soup to mains such as braised whole roasted chicken thighs with apricots and prunes and a salad with pomegranate dressing. Course included. Desserts such as honey cake, caramel-glazed apple loaf, and home-made apple pie are available à la carte. Online orders can be picked up from September 14th to September 16th.
Mort & Betty’s
Vegan Jewish deli pop-up Moat & Betty’s Rosh Hashanah Cuisine at Crafted Kitchen in the Arts District on Sept. 15 and at Farmers Market in Atwater Village on Sept. 17 for pick-up are offered a la carte. Base ingredients include items such as mushroom liver and cashew patties, red wine braised mushroom brisket, cabbage and roasted Brussels sprouts in cider, classic round challah and raisin challah, and apple honey cake. These items are also available for delivery at Avocado Toast & Grocery during the holidays.
Milkyway Los Angeles
Owned by the Spielberg family and honoring patriarch Leah Adler’s family recipes, this Pico Robertson kosher restaurant offers sweet blint boxes filled with apple compote, including sweet blint boxes around Rosh Hashanah. We will have some fun takeout specials. The Blindz Box (the classic Ratke He kit is also available for those who can’t wait for Hanukkah) will be available for pick-up and delivery via DoorDash on Thursday, September 14 from 12:00pm to 9:00pm. At the restaurant you can order Hall his cheesecake. Also serve apple compote to celebrate the holiday. Whole cheesecake requires at least 48 hours notice and can be pre-ordered by calling the restaurant directly.