Holidays

Hanukkah Restaurant Deals in the Valley 2021

Celebrate Hanukkah this year with a deal from one of these Valley restaurants.
Celebrate Hanukkah this year with a deal from one of these Valley restaurants. Miracle Mile Deli
The eight-night festival commemorating Hanukkah begins on Sunday, November 28 and continues through Monday, December 6. Along with lighting candles every night, food is a part of the holiday and many Phoenix area restaurants are showcasing traditional foods like latkes, sufganiyot, brisket, and matzo ball soup.

Check out these Valley restaurants are offering dine-in, to-go, and catering specials:

Miracle Mile Deli

4433 North 16th Street

Miracle Mile Deli is about celebrating Hanukkah with food options. Individual entrees are $17 and include a plate of brisket of beef, one potato latke, a cup of matzo ball soup, Noble rye bread and butter. There are also family specials including three pounds of brisket or beef, six potato latkes, one pint of applesauce, half-pint of sour cream, two quarts of homemade matzo ball soup, one quart of baked macaroni and cheese, one quart of coleslaw, six challah kaiser rolls and whole pie of your choice. Dinner serves up to six people and costs $170. A la carte items are also available and include hot pastrami, potato latkes, matzo ball soup, and sufganiyot by the dozen (24 hours notice is required). Call 602-776-0992 to place orders.

Kitchen 18

10211 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale

Scottsdale's Kosher restaurant Kitchen 18 is including Jewish-themed eats to commemorate Hanukkah. One pound of challah is available for $7.99, six challah rolls are $6.99, and loaf gelfite fish is $15.99 For dessert, opt for the apple strudel. All large orders must be ordered ahead by calling 480-284-6001.

click to enlarge Enjoy a home-cooked meal from Chompie's for your Hanukkah celebrations. - CHOMPIE'S
Enjoy a home-cooked meal from Chompie's for your Hanukkah celebrations.
Chompie's

Chompie's

Multiple locations

If you want to celebrate Hanukkah at home, let Chompie's do all the work. The "Chanukah Dinner at Home" serves eight guests and highlights the matzo ball soup, choice of either beef brisket with gravy or roasted chicken/turkey breast with challah stuffing, followed by either potato latkes or green beans, and dinner rolls. Desserts include apple strudel or rugelach. Pre-orders are required at least 24-hours in advance and cost is $219.99.

Zabari Kitchen

6140 East Thunderbird Road

Zabari Kitchen is accepting pre-orders for sufganiyot. Vegan and plan options are available. Potato latkes are also featured on the to-go menu for $12. Order online and schedule pick-up at the restaurant.
click to enlarge Scott's Generations is a mainstay since 1989 and serves several Jewish speciality dishes. - JACKIE MERCANDETTI
Scott's Generations is a mainstay since 1989 and serves several Jewish speciality dishes.
Jackie Mercandetti

Scott's Generations

742 East Glendale Avenue, #142

A mainstay in Phoenix since 1989, Scott's Generations showcases Logan latkes for $12, as well as matzo ball soup. If you're feeling extra-hungry, purchase the platter of smoked fish specialties or the Original Generations chopped liver mold paired with rye, pumpernickel, or bagel chips.

Goldman's Deli

6929 North Hayden Road, Scottsdale

Many Jewish specialties like whitefish salad, chopped chicken liver, and gefilte fish are available at Goldman's Deli. There are several to-go catering trays available that highlight gelfite fish and brisket. Dessert trays includes freshly baked rugulach, apricot and raspberry hamentashen, and chocolate and cranberry almond mandel bread.
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