Hanukkah x Two – SABABA will celebrate Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, with a special to-go menu for those wishing to savor the restaurant’s cuisine at home. The menu includes Hummus & Tahina, Israeli Salad, Potato Latkes, Schmaltz Braised Lamb Shoulder, and Roasted Beef Brisket. For dessert, you can enjoy Apricot Konafi Bars with shredded filo and apricot labneh filling. This Hanukkah feast is priced at $35 per person. Orders must be placed 24-hours in advance of pick-up, with pick-up times available from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. To place an order, please call (202) 244-6750 or email: email@example.com (please confirm date and time of pick-up in the subject line).
If you wish to dine-in this holiday will be delighted to find a variety of specials, which will be available in addition to the restaurant’s full a la carte dinner menu. Executive Chef Ryan Moore is preparing festive specials for the occasion including Potato Latke, Sweet Potato with carrots, dates and pecan tzimmes, Fire Roasted Jerusalem Artichokes, Roasted Beef Brisket, as well as Schmaltz Braised Lamb Shoulder with roasted Sharon fruit, carrots, and chickpeas. You can enjoy this meal from Sunday, December 2 through Monday, December 10, exclusively during dinner service. Dinner is served Sunday through Thursday, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m
Sufganiyot – District Doughnuts is ready for Hanukkah with their version of Sufganiyot. They consist of vanilla bean dough, tossed in granulated sugar, Blackberry Jam, and Raspberry Jam as well. You can get them now and they will continue through February, throughout the entire duration of our Winter Menu!
Peoples Hanukkah – Come and celebrate the festival of lights, rededicate yourself to building a better world and get your nosh on! This year's event is organized by Chef Alex Levin and co-hosted by Chefs Patrick Curran and Ed Scarpone (2018 Tzedek DC Best Blintz Winner) from the Schlow Restaurant Group on Thursday, December 6th from 6-9pm at Casolare Ristorante + Bar in Washington, DC for an evening of lights, latkes, and libations. The annual celebration and party feature classic, traditional dishes along with some delicious surprises from Tico, The Riggsby, and Alta Strada. Bonnie Benwick, Deputy Food Editor, The Washington Post is making her famous applesauce - critical for our latkes. Our cash bar will be stocked and ready with lots of great drink specials. Mark Furstenberg joins the group with some treats from Bread Furst.