Holiday catering is back! Read about how to order and about our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur catering menu below.
Catering for the High Holidays
This past year has been strange to say the least, and we know New Yorkers are itching for a sense of normalcy. We’ve designed our catering menu to utilize small portions so that you can double and triple up if you’re feeding a crowd, but you can also have a delectable meal with one or two members of your “quaranteam”. This way, we can still celebrate but in a way that is safe and fun for everyone.
Our menu has something on it for everyone in the family, and everything is made in-house. Our featured menu items include:
–Braised Beef Brisket
Made with local, grass-fed beef; this brisket is savory, tender, and sure to be a hit with everyone at the table.
Made with hard boiled eggs and locally raised chickens; seasoned with parsley, dill, cayenne, and brandy.
-Matzoh Ball Soup
The most delicious soup, with the option to add additional matzoh balls so no one has to fight over them.
Our house-made apple babka is a Larder classic. Delicious for dessert and even better for breakfast, this seasonal dish is something you won’t want to miss.
Check out these items and more on the menu below.
How to order
Ordering is simple and easy. After you’ve viewed the menu, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our catering manager will then assist you with any questions, selecting portions, and how to complete your payment. Then, when the time comes, all you’ll have to do is come to pick up your order, or we can schedule a delivery. Consider sending a meal as a gift to a loved one in Brooklyn, or place an order for your own celebration. The order deadline is September 14th at 4PM.
L’Shana Tova from all of us at BKLYN Larder!