Where to Find Ingredients For Your Rosh Hashanah Dinner in Miami

Where to Find Ingredients For Your Rosh Hashanah Dinner in Miami

The Jewish New Year, known as Rosh Hashanah, is quickly approaching. There will be copious amounts of food, including apples dipped in honey, to symbolize a sweet new year. This year, the two-day holiday begins on Monday, September 26, and ends at sundown, Tuesday, September 27.

Eater Miami has gathered some of the holiday’s must-eats and where to best enjoy them

Challah bread.

The traditional challah served every Friday night is a delicious way to welcome in the Sabbath. For Rosh Hashanah, the traditional challah is often dotted with raisins to convey the message of a sweet new year.

  • Beloved bakeries like Wynwood’s Zak the Baker and True Loaf in Miami Beach offer a variety of challah loaves, from plain to sesame to chocolate to dipped in honey and apple.
  • Head to North Miami for the self-proclaimed “King of Challah” bakery Sonny’s to pick up a generous loaf of fluffy, flavorful bread. But be warned: it’s so good, you may have a hard time not devouring it entirely on the car ride home!

Prepared Dinners

  • Abbale Tel-Avivian Kitchen in Miami Beach offers a complete holiday meal that feeds 4 to 6 people and includes challah, hummus, lentil, pomegranate tabouli, and Morrocan-style roasted fish.
  • Neya offers modern renditions of traditional Mediterranean fare, including black truffle and wild mushroom polenta, tuna carpaccio with sesame pistachio, and sigara borek.

Apples & Honey

  • Rosh Hashanah, where apple reigns, is the perfect holiday to order an apple pie up from Fireman Derek‘s.
  • Golden honey cake often marks the Jewish New Year’s beginning and/or end. Ring in 5783 with a visit to Madruga Bakery for this iconic Rosh Hashanah dessert.

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