South Florida Hanukkah Delights
Restaurants around South Florida offer twists on latkes and delicious specials for the holiday
The ghost-kitchen concept delivers straight to you with a menu inspired by co-owners’ Michael and Karen Stanley’s Hanukkah trip to Israel last year.
Menu: 8 Days of Sufganiyot offers a selection of jelly and cream-filled donuts Raspberry Lemon Pie; Dulce & Dulcey; Vanilla Bean Crumble; Blueberry Coconut; Matcha & White Chocolate; Appley Ever After; Chocolate & Brownie Bonanza; and Violet Cheesecake. For a savory selection, try Potato Pancake Palooza/Latke Lunacy, which features choices of Savta’s Simple Latkes with Apple Chutney; Latkes with Sour Cream & Smoked Salmon; Sweet Potato Latkes with Crème Fraiche; Sweet Onion Latkes with Chive Sour Cream; Za’atar Potato & Carrot Latkes; and Zucchini Latkes with Maple Cranberry Sauce. Also on the menu, French Toast Casserole, Shakshuka, Cheese Blintzes and an array of salads.
Info: Orders can be placed through Dec. 18. Call 954.669.1366.
Enjoy a hearty traditional meal with a nightly special at this Delray restaurant.
Menu: Braised Brisket, Potato Latkes, Honey Maple Carrots, and Housemade Applesauce. ($42)
Info: Available Dec. 10-18. Advanced reservations are recommended.
Classic deli fare complements holiday offerings at all of TooJay’s South Florida locations. This year, TooJay’s offers its signature homemade mini potato pancakes, or Nova Latkes. Complement your meal with mini Black & White cookies or a dessert tray.
Marble & Rye
The kosher concept at The Lincoln Eatery offers two modern takes on latkes. The first is made with pastrami and the second with corn beef, with each one being drizzled with deli mustard and sauerkraut. Other types include s’mores latkes with sweet potato, chocolate graham crackers and marshmallows for those with a sweet tooth, and a jelly doughnut latke with grape jelly, powdered sugar and sweet potato.
Also located at The Lincoln Eatery, the certified kosher Asian food concept offers a trio of latkes: one with tuna tartare, one with salmon tartare and one with a spicy crab mix.
David Grutman’s steakhouse features traditionally Jewish, Kosher-style items alongside cravable cuts of meat and creative sides. Their latkes (featured image) are served with crème fraîche, house-made applesauce and chives. Feel free to add an ounce of Silberian Osetra or Russian Osetra Caviar.
Info: Call 305.800.7274 for reservations