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Let someone else do the cooking on Rosh Hashanah

blue ribbon bakery kitchen rosh hashanah menu Blue Ribbon Bakery Kitchen's Rosh Hashanah menu ends with challah doughnuts.
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Don't have the time (or space) to host a Rosh Hashanah dinner? Take your party to one of these restaurants serving a holiday menu.

Blue Ribbon Bakery Kitchen will be offering a special menu for Rosh Hashanah on Sept. 24 and 25, with dishes like smoked fish consommé with whitefish matzoh balls, braised brisket with pickled raisins and wrapping up with challah doughnuts with honey-chocolate sauce.

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Put a Mexican twist on the holiday with special a la carte menus at all three Toloache restaurants (Toloache Thompson, Toloache 50, Toloache 82), with dishes like Quesadilla de Salmon (Salmon pastrami, tomato, roasted red onion-jalapeno cream cheese) and Pollo con Miel y Manzanas (roast chicken, honey-chipotle glazed fried Brussels sprout-apple salad, peanut-chile de arbol salsa).

The Jewish Quarter of Venice served as the inspiration forAll’onda'sfamily style five-course dinners on Sept. 24 and 25. Dishes include Spigola Arrosta (roast snapper with anchovies and tomato) and Capretto per Pesach (baby lamb with zabaglione). $50 kids, $62 adults (add $38 for wine pairings), 22 E. 13th St., for reservations call 212-231-2236 or email reservations@allondanyc.com

ThePrime Grill, a kosher steakhouse, will offer a four-course Rosh Hashanah meal on Sept. 24 at 7:15 p.m. and Sept. 25 at 7:30 p.m. Each seating will have traditional dishes like House Hickory Smoked Salmon & Eggs (truffle oil-infused eggs, chives aioli and crispy shallots), Falafel Crusted King Salmon (fragrant lentil puree, pita chips, cucumbers and dates) and Mix Nut Baklava (almonds, pistachios, pecans, with honey and coffee ice cream). $105 per person; both nights $195; 25 W. 56th St.; for reservations, call 212-692-9292

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