Hanukkah dinners at local restaurants
Editor Amanda suggested asking for readers' latke recipes, and certainly if you want to share yours, please post below. But I was hoping for something a little more personal.
Failing that, I got this e-mail from Alan Morstein, the owner of Regi's American Bistro this morning: ...
Just an F.Y.I., Regi's is having its 6th annual Hanukkah Dinner Tuesday, December 15th. In addition to our regular menu we will feature: Chicken Noodle Soup, Hot Beef Brisket with carrots, baby potatoes and brown gravy, Roasted Chicken with au gratin potatoes and sauteed string beans AND our homemade potato latkes. Everyone will receive complimentary jelly donuts baked for us by Goldmans Kosher Bakery.
On you blog you mention Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dinners, how about spinning the dreidel at Regi's for Hanukkah!
I'm happy to give Regi's Hanukkah dinner some press -- it sounds delicious -- but I'd also like to hear about any other restaurants that are celebrating with a non-Christian meal.
Hanukkah? Kwanzaa? Winter Solstice? Bring 'em on. The more good cheer in these dark days the better!
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