Rosh Hashanah Dining Guide
Rosh Hashanah is just about her, beckoning the Jewish New Year celebrations from September 24 through September 26, and Chicago restaurants aren't sleeping on the opportunity to celebrate.
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Beatrix: Since Rosh Hashanah is all about welcoming a "sweet new year," honey and apples are paramount. Get thee to Beatrix to partake in their housemade honey cake. And don't forget their (adorable) local apple and honey bags, which contains six apples and a dainty jar of honey. Both items are available for purchase at the pastry counter from September 23 through September 26. Call 312-284-1377 to place a pre-order.
Kanela Breakfast Club: Start your Rosh Hashanah mornings the right way, with a mouthful of potato pancakes. In honor of the holiday, Kanela Breakfast Club will be serving up potato pancakes on special September 24 through September 26.
Bistronomic: Those looking to enjoy a chef-crafted prix fixe experience should make a reservation at Bistronomic, where executive chef/owner Martial Noguier will be offering a three-course meal available September 24 through 26. Guests get options for each festive course, or they may order dishes a la carte. Dishes include appetizers like Faroe Island salmon escabeche, organic barley risotto, and Chioggia and golden beet salad; entrees such as prime beef short ribs, yellow walleye pike, and fall medley of farm vegetables; and dessert options of apple challah bread pudding and fig and honey financier. The cost for the prix fixe is $40 per person and reservations can be made by calling 312-944-8400.