The Ultimate Rosh Hashanah Restaurant Guide

Restaurants across the country serving special High Holiday menus

Deep-fried cauliflower from Zahav in Philadelphia.

With the Jewish High Holidays on the horizon, it’s time to finalize your Rosh Hashanah dinner plans. Perhaps you’re planning to ring in the New Year with a meal at home with friends and family, but between attending services and getting ready for the whirlwind month of holidays ahead, you may consider leaving the cooking to the professionals.

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There are plenty of restaurants across the country that are planning special menus for Rosh Hashanah, but the offerings tend to vary in terms of format — some places are going the whole mile by offering a full holiday feast, while others are doing prix fixe or tasting menus or just adding a few Rosh Hashanah-friendly dishes to their regular menu.

Some restaurants are even offering catering menus for takeout, so you can enjoy the meal at home with your loved ones without slaving away in the kitchen all day. All that’s left to do is slice up apples and pour out honey for dipping.

Whether you’re looking for an out-of-the-ordinary Rosh Hashanah experience, like perhaps a French-inspired meal or an innovative Mediterranean feast, or a more traditional one, The Daily Meal has you covered this holiday season.