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Where to Find the Best Latkes, Sufganiyot and Other Hanukkah Treats in Sonoma County

These local eateries are offering a variety of tasty treats for the festival of lights.

Happy Hanukkah, Y’all!

Whether you celebrate the festival of lights or are just a fan of jelly doughnuts, latkes and rugelach, you can fill up on the tasty treats these local eateries are offering for Hanukkah.

Grossman’s Noshery and Bar: If you really want to do it up right, Grossman’s has your complete Jewish mother’s meal with brisket, braided challah, latkes, apple sauce, pomegranate molasses-roasted carrots and sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts) for $75 for two people. Available Dec. 10 through 18, pick up cold for reheating. Offered a la carte: matzoh ball soup, creamy smoked fish chowder, chopped liver and onions with gribenes, pickled and smoked fish, knish, kippered salmon and latkes. If you have a sweet tooth, choose from challah bread pudding, rugelach, hamantaschen, black and white cookies and artisan halvah. Details online at 308 1/2 Wilson St., Santa Rosa.
City Garden Doughnuts and Coffee: Sufganiyot and Hanukkah sprinkles on cake doughnuts. Pre-orders only, open Friday through Sunday. 1200 Fourth St., Santa Rosa,

Penngrove Market: Wood-fired roasted chicken, potato and veggie latkes, matzoh ball soup and green salad. Call to order, 707-753-4974. 10070 Main St., Penngrove,

Pop-Up Hanukkah from Park Avenue: This local caterer is offering green salad with tahini apple cider vinaigrette, caramelized onion-braised brisket, roasted winter vegetables and jelly-filled challah doughnuts for $45 per person. Add-ons include roasted sweet potatoes with z’ataar and labnes and traditional latkes with applesauce and nondairy sour cream. Details at

Zoftig: Yummy potato latkes (with applesauce and sour cream) and chocolate rugelach. Order online for takeout at 57 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa.


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Editor’s Note: Travel, dining and wine tasting can be complicated right now. Use our inspirational ideas to plan ahead for your next outing, be it this week or next year. If you visit restaurants, wineries, and other businesses during the pandemic, remember to call ahead, make reservations, wear a mask and social distance.

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