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9 Ways to get Jewish food delivered to your doorstep


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This Rosh Hashanah, why not order in?

The holiday season is always busy, and between hosting and cooking, you sometimes end up spending more time alone in the kitchen than with your family and friends. Check out the bakeries, delis and restaurants below that can help take the stress out of your New Year’s celebration, while still offering up a feast worthy of your celebration.

East Coast

Green Apple and Honey Macarons and Apple Honey Tart from Payard

Green Apple and Honey Macarons and Apple Honey Tart from Payard

Photo credit:  Payard

Putting an elegant French spin on the classics, Payard’s seasonal offerings sound mighty fine. The macarons are light and airy, while the tart features a luxurious financier base covered with sweet apples and a honey glaze. They deliver to the lucky folks of Manhattan only.

Katz’s Deli

Katz’s offers both local and nationwide delivery, depending on what you want. If you’re local to NYC, order in matzo ball soup, latkes and apple pie. Nationally, you can have their rye bread, bialy, pastrami and brisket sent to your front door.

Apples and Honey Bee treat from Treat House New York

Apples and Honey Bee treat from Treat House New York

Photo credit: Treat House

Featuring an apple marshmallow and adorable fondant bee, this honey-infused treat is pareve, and the perfect addition to your holiday spread. If you’re not in the Big Apple don’t worry — they deliver nationally, too.

West Coast

Pastries from Continental Kosher Bakery

Located in Los Angeles, this Kosher bakery delivers dairy-free rugelach and delcos (kolachki) both locally and nationwide.

Langer’s Deli

Have the famous Langer’s Deli in Los Angeles cater your holiday meal. Choose from meats, sandwiches, salads and sides. You can also arrange curbside pickup if you want something off the regular menu but don’t want to spend time waiting in line. Of course, if you’re feeling desperate, Langer’s delivers its pastrami sandwiches nationwide via FedEx overnight shipping.


Omaha Steaks

Save yourself some time and order a pre-cooked beef brisket from Omaha Steaks. If you’re feeling extra-decadent, they sell side dishes and desserts, too.


Fiji’s has something for everyone, from apple cinnamon cake, to rugelach, to prime rib roast (in case you’re sick of brisket).

Rudy’s BBQ

Shake up your holidays this year with some barbecue. Rudy’s Texas Beef Brisket is smoked to perfection and can be delivered nationwide.

Whole Foods Catering

Most Whole Foods stores will have something delicious for your Rosh Hashanah feast in their prepared foods section and bakery, but check with your local store, too — some locations offer entire Rosh Hashanah menus.

More Rosh Hashanah foods

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