Chag urim sameach! (Translation: Happy festival of lights!) Between working from home, a tense presidential election, and on-going COVID anxiety, 2020 has been exhausting. So this holiday season, let someone else do the cooking. Check out these Chicago restaurants offering traditional Hanukkah eats for takeout and delivery.
Spin your Dreidels while enjoying a sophisticated meal. This modern French restaurant offers artisanal smoked salmon salad, carrot veloute, braised short ribs, roasted Amish chicken, and pear financier. $45 per person. Order on Tock for pickup, now through December 18th.
Looking for the classics? Prime & Provisions’ has your holiday covered. The downtown steakhouse created a exclusive menu that includes matzo ball soup, cucumber and dill salad, potato latkes, braised beef brisket, noodle kugel and strawberry sufganiyot. Order through Tock for $45 per person.
Feast your eyes on RPM Steak’s multi-course holiday offerings featuring slow-cooked beef brisket, challah, latkes, matzo ball soup, and vanilla sugar doughnuts stuffed with strawberry jam. Available for pickup on Thursday, December 10th to Sunday, December, 13th from 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Place your order on Tock.
Available for all eight nights, Aba’s mouthwatering menu features a twist on traditional favorites like smoky garlic hummus, village salad, matzo ball soup, latkes, roasted brisket with pine nut gremolata, thyme roasted carrots and labneh and rugelach. Order take-out or delivery on Tock starting at $48.95 per person.
Celebrate the Festival of Lights with matzo ball soup, challah bread, potato pancakes, slow-braised short rib, raspberry macaroons, and chocolate chip coffee cake, courtesy of Beatrix. The menu feeds two people for $79.95 via Tock. Order by 5:00 PM the day prior for pick-up between 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM now through December 18th.
The Peninsula’s Executive Chef curated a special menu featuring: cheese blintzes, salmon and bagel plate, matzah ball soup, slow-roasted Angus beef with pastrami rub, whole roasted organic chicken, traditional latkes or sweet potato latkes, and tzimmes. Sweet treats include sufganiyah and rugelach. $75 per person, order on Tock.
Light the Menorah and dig into traditional items like chicken matzo ball soup, chopped chicken liver, braised brisket, classic noodle kugel, Sufganiyot, and more. Tack on a fun cookie decorating kit filled with dreidels, menorahs, and a Star of David. Order directly on their website.
Chef Paul Kahan wants to spoil you with his favorite recipes. Get your hands on his mentor Erwin Drecshler’s braised brisket and Grandma Minnie’s noodle kugel. Don’t forget the potato latkes, roasted honeynut squash, and a flourless chocolate torte. $45 to $75 per person, order via Tock.
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