For a Rosh Hashana celebration outside of your home, these restaurants have you covered with special menus.


The East Village restaurant is serving a special three-course menu for Rosh Hashana, including chicken bouillon soup, Cato Farm cheddar salad or Bluefin tuna and yellowtail sashimi and tartare for an appetizer; roasted crusted sea trout, chicken breast and foie gras-chicken leg sausage or pan-seared filet mignon for an entree; and chocolate souffle or apple tart with acacia honey ice cream for dessert. The meal will also feature homemade challah and greenmarket apples with honey. Oct. 2-3, 4:30-9:30 p.m., $68/person, $38/children 10 and under; 1 E. 15th St., 212-647-1515,

Mile End

To celebrate the New Year, the NoHo location of this Jewish delicatessen will offer a special dinner that includes challah; matzoh ball soup; braised brisket or beer-brined chicken; schmaltz-roasted potatoes; sweet kugel with honey and shaved plums; faro and bowties with Brussels sprouts, radish and pumpkin seeds; and a cookies and cream babka. Don’t eat meat? Vegetarian meals are available with advance notice. (The deli is also doing catering for delivery and pickup in Brooklyn and Manhattan.) Oct. 2-3, 5:30-9:30 p.m., $60/person, $30/children; 53 Bond St., 212-529-2990,


Israeli-born executive chef Amitzur Mor will be serving a special Rosh Hashana menu that begins and ends with apples and honey, from an appetizer of farmers market apples, radishes, celery, crunchy black quinoa, Moroccan almonds and gorgonzola-labaneh mousse to the dessert of spiced honey cake with roasted lady apples, hazelnut-lavender honey mousse and green apple sorbet. Other dishes include a chopped liver appetizer; pastrami for two; veal’s head soup with braised cheeks, tongue, sweetbreads and root vegetables; and a whole-roasted black sea bass with bulger, mint, scallions, pomegranate and pistachios. Oct. 1-4, 5-10:30 p.m., $61/person or a la carte; 250 Park Ave. S., 212-995-0242,

Katz’s Delicatessen

The famed deli is offering a High Holiday menu during Rosh Hashana and beyond. Find both a la carte dishes and a four-course prix fixe menu, with the latter including a starter (matzoh ball soup or salad), appetizer (chopped liver, potato pancake or gefilte fish), entree (brisket, turkey or half a roasted chicken with tzimmes and string beans) and dessert (honey cake, sponge cake, babka or rugelach). (The deli is also doing catering for in-store pickup and delivery.) Sept. 29-Oct. 13, $29.95/person; 205 E. Houston St., 212-254-2246,