2020 hasn’t exactly earned itself the best reputation. Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, offers a chance for followers to reset and start anew—and it’s only four days away. If you haven’t started planning your Rosh Hashanah dinner yet, don’t fret. These local restaurants are offering all the basics to-go.
Alon’s Bakery & Market
Choices are plentiful at Alon’s this year with offerings ranging from hand-chopped chicken liver and honey-glazed roasted carrots to sweet potato tzimmes with dried fruit and honey and an apple tart tatin. Orders must be placed by 5 p.m. on September 16 for pickup on September 18. 1394 N. Highland Avenue, 404-872-6000; 4505 Ashford Dunwoody Road, 678-397-1781.
Breadwinner Cafe & Bakery
Whether you just want dessert or need the whole shebang, Breadwinner has you covered with a special a la carte menu for 3 to 12 people. Offerings include smoked salmon fillet, a grilled vegetable platter, roasted potatoes, and chocolate rugelach. Orders must be placed by noon on September 17. 220 Sandy Springs Circle, 404-843-0224; 5482 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, 404-999-2623.
Goldbergs Fine Foods
Offering free delivery, as well as curbside pickup, Goldbergs deli’s catering menu includes honey roasted turkey breast, brisket pierogies, chopped herring, sweet noodle kugel (casserole), honey cake, and so much more. Seven locations around Atlanta.
Local Three Kitchen & Bar
Feed your family of 4 to 6 with a complete dinner from Local Three for $124.93. Friday’s menu includes Angus brisket, matzo ball soup, apples with local honey, and more. Saturday’s feast features two Springer Mountain Farms chickens with herb gravy, baby spinach salad, challah, and flourless chocolate cake, among other items. 3290 Northside Parkway, 404-968-2700.
The Kosher Gourmet
Get your order in by 3 p.m. September 15 for your choice of four types of kugel, plus gefilte fish, stuffed cabbage rolls, and sweet and sour meatballs, and more. Most items are sold by the pound and can be picked up September 16-18. 2153 Briarcliff Road, 404-636-1114.
PS: Wondering where Jewish deli staple the General Muir is on this list? Restaurants whose Rosh Hashanah pre-order deadlines have passed were excluded.