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Hard to believe it’s already time to celebrate the Jewish New Year, but Rosh Hashanah officially kicks off tomorrow evening (September 18th). Here are a few DMV spots offering special menu items in honor of the holiday that you can still pre-order for delivery or pickup:


SABABA (Cleveland Park at 3311 Connecticut Avenue) is set to offer a special carryout tasting menu this year;  Chef Ryan Moore will be incorporating apple, honey, challah bread and brisket in the  four-course dinner, which is priced at $45 per person, excluding tax and gratuity:

First Course: Salatim – Hummus, Beet Root Tahina with pistachio, Golden Tahina with honey harissa, Rye Pita
Second Course: Fire Roasted Glazed Carrots with Turkish coffee tahina and spiced walnuts
Third Course: Beef Brisket, braised in a Ras el Hanout broth with apple, honey and sweet potato tzimmes
Dessert: Medjool dates, honey and cinnamon challah bread


Neighborhood Provisions

The DMV chain is serving up a special holiday menu ft. smoked beef brisket, lemon schmaltz potatoes, gefilte fish, latkes, sweet and savory kugel…you name it, they’ve got it a la carte. Available for delivery and pickup now through Sunday (September 20th).


ANXO is offering a Rosh Hashanah Box, which comes with DC Kosher dry cider, local Winter Banana, Honeycrisp & Gala Apples from Glaize Orchards (VA), local Bannerbee Wildflower Honey, a special Apple & Pomegranate cocktail called “Shofar So Good” by Brad Langdon and a Shofar (3D printed by ANXO’s Matt Topelius using compostable material). Boxes are available for pick-up or delivery now.


Equinox (818 Connecticut Avenue NW) will offer a four-course prix fixe menu that’ll run you $55 per person (additional $25 if you want to include wine pairings). Menu includes tasty-sounding items like falafel-crusted swordfish, ricotta and fig cake and more. Available for delivery ($25-$35 fee) and pickup on Friday, September 18 and Saturday, September 19.

First Course: Arugula & Endive Salad PB/GF – pickled fennel, Israeli style cured lemons
Second Course: Red Curried Pumpkin Soup PB – Kings Station ciabatta, Riesling poached local apples
Main Course: Falafel Crusted Viking Village Swordfish –fire-roasted eggplant purée, cider glazed brussels sprouts Or Slow Roasted Delmarva Spaghetti Squash PB/GF – caramelized celery root, truffled chanterelle cream
Dessert Course: Apple-Quince Cake PB – halvah caramel, hazelnut streusel Or Italian Style Ricotta and Fig Cake – lemon-vanilla cream, pine nut Florentine

Shilling Canning Company

Harness all of the comfort vibes via Shilling Canning Company’s Rosh Hashanah roasted chicken dinner; it’ll include sides like  Matzah ball soup ft. handmade egg noodles, as well as apple cake with honey and caramel, and will run you $75 for two people or $100 for four people. Bonus challah available for an additional $10. Order by EOD today for pickup tomorrow (Friday, September 18) and Saturday, September 19 at 360 Water Street SE.

Feast by Nina May

Feast by Nina May is offering a special $60 Rosh Hashanah menu that serves two and features favorites like chicken liver mousse and challah, braised beef short rib and more.  (They’ve followed Kosher requirements but are not a certified Kosher kitchen, just FYI.)  Place your orders by noon tomorrow for delivery on Saturday (September 19th). 

The Corner Pantry

If you happen to find yourself in close proximity to Towson, Maryland, The Corner Pantry (6080 Falls Road, Baltimore) is offering two special desserts – the first is Jewish apple cake topped with almonds, honey and apple, and the second is a plum tart with rosemary and thyme shortbread crust. You’ve got to get your orders in by EOD today for pick-up tomorrow or Saturday, so get movin’!

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