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SF Restaurants With Rosh Hashanah Specials

Where to order food for the New Year.

Given the current state of things, Rosh Hashanah might look a little different this year. And even if you can’t celebrate with all your loved ones right now, you can still ring in the Jewish New Year with an excellent meal. These ten restaurants in SF and the East Bay are offering takeout and delivery specials so you can celebrate the first of the High Holidays at home.


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Canela’s four-course special comes with duck consomme, a salad with cucumber, fennel, and pomegranate seeds, roasted white fish, and a honey lava cake. If you want an extra course, order a side of brisket and potatoes for $20. And you can also add a wine flight, which comes with four pairings (one per course). Order online for pick-up this Thursday to Sunday.

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The Rosh Hashanah dinner from the American restaurant in FiDi includes challah, matzo ball soup, brisket or red wine-braised short rib, sweet corn polenta, carrots with pomegranate molasses, and honey cake, all for $49 per person. The dinner is only available for pick-up and delivery from September 16th to the 18th, so order soon.

Saul's Restaurant & Deli


The Berkeley deli has a special menu for the holidays, which includes things like their excellent matzo balls, gefilte fish, apple raisin kugel, brisket, and apple and honey cakes. You can pick up your order from the 18th to the 20th (the menu will also be available for Yom Kippur on the 28th). Make sure to place your order by Wednesday at midnight for pick-up.

Noe Valley Bakery is offering round challah, honey cakes, rugelach, hamantaschen, and more for the High Holidays. You can order here for pick-up or delivery between September 18th and 28th.

The Noe Valley restaurant has a special take-home menu for the holidays that’s available for pick-up on September 18th, 19th, 27th, and 28th. It includes chopped liver, kugel, gefilte fish, tzimmes, and brisket for four people. Place your order here.

The Rosh Hashanah dinner at Wise Sons is $140 (serves four), and it includes round challah, apricot chicken, salad, roasted potatoes, and honey cake. They also have an a la carte menu with things like brisket, kugel, chopped liver, and babka for pick-up this Friday to Sunday. If you’re looking ahead, they have Yom Kippur specials, which are available for pick-up on September 27th or 28th. Make sure to place all of your orders 24-hours in advance online.

Since last month’s merge, the menus at Beauty’s and Wise Sons have become increasingly similar. So, for the holidays, Beauty’s is naturally offering the same menu as Wise Sons. You can order through the Wise Sons website for pick-up at Beauty’s Temescal location in Oakland.

The Jewish takeout and delivery-only spot, Schmaltz, has been serving meal kits since May as part of an incubator series. Their current meal kit includes challah, smoked salmon and beet salad, roasted chicken, roasted potatoes, green beans, and sorbet, and is available through the end of the month. You can place an order online for pick-up or delivery.

Since April, the teams behind Frena Bakery and new spot Hummus Bodega have been serving fresh pita, pastries, and hummus out of a van in cities across the Bay. For the holidays, they’re offering round challah and honey cakes, which you can pre-order and pick up at various locations. Check their Instagram to find out where the van will be parked and when.

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