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Fall is just around the corner, school has begun and the weather is beginning to crisp. Starting off the Fall season is the Jewish Holiday Rosh Hashanah followed by the Sabbath, Yom Kippur. This year Rosh Hashanah will be celebrated between Wednesday September 20th and Friday September 24th. This holiday marks the beginning of the 10 days of penitence culminating in Yom Kippur where the Jewish community fasts from September 29th – 30th.
Lucy’s Jewish New Year and “Break the Fast” menus both offer a wide range of entrees, starters and desserts. Whether you’re celebrating with just a few members of the family, or a whole crowd Lucy’s has you covered.
Happy New Year!
Chicken Soup w/Julienne Carrots and Fresh Dill - $8.95 (24 oz.)
Deviled Eggs - 1dz - $12.95
Chopped Chicken Liver - $9.95/lb
Apple Noodle Kugel (order by the piece or tray) - $45/tray or $4/ea.
Sautéed Green Beans w/ Wild Mushroom - $10.25/lb
Tzimmes (sweet potatoes, apricots, prunes, orange juice) - $10.25/lb
Fresh Beets, Carrots and Walnuts - $12.25/lb
Cauliflower with Lentils & Dates - $10.95/lb
Honey Roasted Carrots - $10.25/lb
Almond Citrus Crusted Salmon - $30.95/lb
Smothered Chicken w/Onions & Chicken Stock - $16.25/lb
Roasted Frenched Chicken w/Dates, Olives & Capers - $16.25/lb
Brisket w/Caramelized Onions and Carrots - $28.95/lb
Round Challah with or without Raisins - $9.95 each
Chocolate or Plain Macaroons - $3.00 each
Honey Cake - $14.95 each
Rugelach - $12.95/dz
These items will be available Wednesday, 9/20 thru Sunday, 9/24.