Holidays Done Right at Brent’s Deli
When we gather around the table, sometimes we share more than just meals and memories. Certain occasions call for time-honored traditions and recipes passed down through generations. In addition to serving up delectable deli fare and comfort classics, Brent’s Deli is your go-to restaurant when it comes to your Jewish holiday meals and events. Whether you plan on dining in with the family or catering your party with us, we have the classic recipes for your upcoming Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur celebrations.
Where Tradition Meets Delicious
Kick-off the beginning of autumn and the holiday season with deli done right. From takeout and delivery to full-blown catering for religious observances with family and friends, Brent’s Deli makes sure that there is something for everyone at your special event. Along with Jewish classics like potato latkes and noodle kugel, our catering menu also includes our famous sandwich platters, hot buffets, appetizers, desserts, and more.
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Rosh Hashanah | Sunday 09/29/19 – Monday 09/30/19
*For Rosh Hashanah 2019, Brent’s Deli will close early at 4pm on Sunday 09/29/19, but the restaurant will reopen for normal business hours on Monday 09/30/19.
Literally translating as the “Day of Shouting,” Rosh Hashanah is a two-day celebration that marks the Jewish New Year. Many popular and traditional dishes served up during this festival of new beginnings include honey cakes, chiffon cakes, apples & honey–all of which symbolize a sweet, upcoming new year.
During the Jewish New Year, you can’t have sweet without the savory! That’s why Brent’s Deli also provides a bounty of rich, flavorful entrees and sides such as our half-roasted chicken brisket, matzo ball soup, Grandma Eva’s noodle kugel, string beans, roasted potatoes, chopped liver, and more. This year, all of these mouth-watering recipes will be offered at a special Rosh Hashanah dinner Brent’s Deli will be hosting for those who want to dine in at the restaurant on Monday 09/30/19.
For breaking bread with family and friends, the bakery at Brent’s Deli is your go-to for any round or braided challah in your choice of plain, chocolate chip, or raisin.
To see our full list of catered dishes and options specially made for Rosh Hashanah, you can click here to view the menu and get started on an order for your special event!
Yom Kippur | Tuesday 10/08/19 – Wednesday 10/09/19
*For Yom Kippur 2019, Brent’s Deli will close early at 4pm on Tuesday 10/08/19, and the restaurant will remain closed on Wednesday 10/09/19 for our kitchen staff to complete catering and delivery orders.
**The restaurant & deli will reopen for normal business hours on Thursday 10/10/19.
Known as the holiest day of the year in the Jewish tradition, Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement. Centered around themes of atonement and repentance, this holy day is usually honored with a 25-hour fasting period, prayer, and synagogue services.
After the fasting period, feasting and celebrating commences. Typical dishes for Yom Kippur generally include fish platters and meat trays–our specialty since opening our doors in 1967. To cleanse the palate, fresh fruit trays are also an available option in addition to items like our Lazy Susan, finger sandwiches, and salad trays. Whether you’re feeding 20 or 200 at your celebration this year, Brent’s Deli will add flavors and smiles abound for a memorable event.
To get started on your Yom Kippur order, call one of our catering representatives at 818.886.5679 (Northridge) or 805.557.1882 (Westlake).
Share Your Favorite Family Recipes With Brent’s Deli
Do you have a special recipe for the upcoming holidays–Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and beyond? Feel free to share your unique family favorites for a chance to be highlighted on the Brent’s Deli blog. Send any recipes or holiday traditions to email@example.com to be featured. Happy eating from our table to yours and back again!