Manhattan’s beloved Upper East Side institution, Eli Zabar, is offering the most irresistible menorah completely made out of challah!
With Hanukkah kicking off on the evening of Thursday, December 7th, there’s no better way to celebrate than with good food! So why not pick up an edible menorah to enjoy after lighting a real one!?
Eli Zabar has been a neighborhood favorite on the Upper East Side for decades. Reminiscent of the food halls in London, Paris, Italy and Spain, the delicatessen is known for serving New Yorkers the highest quality selection of groceries.
Their inventive challah menorah is baked to order and is sure to be a hit with the family! Costing $45, it tastes delicious as toast or in bread pudding when sliced. You can place your order online here. *Note the challah menorah is not kosher.
Eli Zabar is also offering a Chanukkah Gift Basket that includes the challah menorah, in addition to a bread knife, candles and matches, chocolate gelt, and savory and sweet snacks.
Still hungry for more? Find 15 of the best Hanukkah specials being served in NYC this year. Plus, you can grab drinks at NYC’s first ever Hanukkah-themed bar and be sure to catch the lighting of the world’s largest menorah (unfortunately, this one is inedible).