Break out the brisket.

Rosh Hashana — the Jewish New Year — is Oct. 2-4, which means tables will soon be decked out with challah, apples and honey, beef brisket, honey cake and other traditional eats.

To help with your High Holiday celebrations, here are NYC restaurants and shops that are providing all the fixings.

Bklyn Larder

The provisions shop is offering a full, customizable Rosh Hashana spread. Get matzoh ball soup ($14/quart), braised brisket with root vegetables ($29/pound), potato latkes ($28/dozen), challah from Bien Cuit ($9.75), chocolate and apple babka ($14 each) and more. Order for pick-up by Sept. 28, 9 p.m., by calling 718-783-1250; 228 Flatbush Ave., Park Slope, bklynlarder.com/holidays

 

Dean & DeLuca

The gourmet caterer is providing platters for parties of all sizes this Rosh Hashana. Meals include round challah (with or without raisins) from Hot Bread Kitchen, apples with an array of artisanal honeys, matzoh ball soup, vegetable tzimmes, chopped chicken liver, traditional beef brisket, potato latkes, green beans with sliced almonds, and, last but not least, chocolate or cinnamon babka. Heating instructions included where applicable. $215/serves 6-8, $350/serves 12-15, $515/serves 20-15, order for pickup or delivery by Sept. 28; 560 Broadway, 212-226-6800 ext. 8333, 1150 Madison Ave., 212-717-0800 ext. 8100, deandeluca.com/catering

 

Eli Zabar

Get typical Rosh Hashana fare from the gourmet food shop, including gefilte fish ($14-$18/pint), matzoh ball soup ($16/quart), beef brisket ($45/pound), potato pancakes ($18/half dozen), noodle, potato or spinach kugel ($15/pound), round challah ($10.95), honey cake ($17) and babka ($16.95). New this year too is the Tower of Mini-Bagels, featuring a dozen mini-bagels and plain cream cheese, chive cream cheese and sliced Nova Scotia salmon ($120/dozen with stand), available for delivery or pickup at Eli’s Market (recommended to call 24 hours in advance to check availability). $50 catering minimum, catering orders available for delivery or pickup at Eli’s Vinegar Factory by calling 212-860-0402 ext. 9 this week; Eli’s Market, 1411 Third Ave., Eli’s Vinegar Factory, 431 E. 91st St., elizabar.com/elis-holiday-catering.aspx

 

Nourish Kitchen + Table

For the High Holidays, the West Village eatery is offering “The Whole Megillah” — a package that includes challah from Hot Bread Kitchen, a protein (classic herb-lemon roast chicken or brisket), salad or vegetable (market greens salad, harissa-roasted carrots or roasted butternut squash), a side (noodle kugel, roasted purple potatoes or jeweled bulgur), and, for dessert, caramelized apple-honey cake. $240/serves four, order by Sept. 29, 6 p.m., by emailing info@nourishkitchentable.com; 95 Greenwich Ave., 212-242-6115, nourishkitchentable.com

 

Sadelle’s

The bakery and appetizing store is offering three packages for the High Holidays. “The Basics” features Scottish salmon, bagels, plain and chive cream cheese, and sliced tomato; “The Classics” adds tuna and whitefish salads; and “The Ultimate” adds sable, sturgeon, coleslaw, and salmon, tuna and egg salads. $18-$36/person (eight person minimum), available for pickup Oct. 2-12, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m., orders must be placed at least 48 hours in advance of pickup date by emailing highholidays@sadelles.com; 463 W. Broadway, 646-692-4732, sadelles.com/#high-holidays