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    TooJay's Deli Unveils Menus for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

  • Industry News September 16, 2019
    TooJay’s Deli
    Founded in 1981, TooJay’s currently serves guests at 30 restaurants in Palm Beach and Broward counties, Collier County, the Treasure Coast, the West Coast of Florida, the Orlando area and The Villages.

    The Jewish High Holidays are almost upon us and TooJay’s Deli is again offering convenient holiday menus for those who prefer not to spend the holidays cooking.

    Reservations are required for dine-in at the restaurant during Rosh Hashanah on Sunday, September 29 and Monday, September 30. Pick-up orders may be placed in advance for Rosh Hashanah dinner and Yom Kippur break-fast on Wednesday, October 9th. Express pick-up options are available on both holidays.

    The Rosh Hashanah menu of traditional savory and sweet specialties includes the following popular choices: lean and tender brisket platter; herb roasted half chicken; baked cod with potato stuffing and emerald sauce; roasted Cornish game hen; and grilled London broil. All dine-in entrees include a glass of kosher wine, made-from-scratch matzo ball soup, gefilte fish or chopped liver, mini potato pancakes, carrot tzimmes, coffee or tea and a choice of dessert.

    The classic TooJay’s Yom Kippur break-fast includes platters of sliced Nova, baked salmon and whitefish salad, whole smoked whitefish, bagels, cream cheese and accompaniments all ordered in desired quantities. Blintzes, mini potato pancakes and other holiday favorites from TooJay’s kitchen also are on the Yom Kippur menu, as well as delicious items from TooJay’s famous bakery such as classic, made-from-scratch round challah, raisin challah, almond cake, honey cake and sponge cake along with a sweet selection of rugalach and mini black and white cookies.

    Founded in 1981, TooJay’s currently serves guests at 30 restaurants in Palm Beach and Broward counties, Collier County, the Treasure Coast, the West Coast of Florida, the Orlando area and The Villages.

     

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