Channukah (or is it Hanukah?) is here! Which means… it’s time to eat some latkes. These pancakes of potato are a traditional dish for Jews, but non-Jews can eat them too! The oil that the latkes are cooked in represents the oil that lasted eight whole days to keep the menorah’s light burning during the times of the Second Temple. Along with the beautiful candle lighting and the traditional songs, the custom of eating latkes is one we observe most strictly. And we prefer when we don’t have to make them. And when they can be delivered.
So, whether you top them with sour cream and apple sauce or keep ’em plain, these latkes in NYC are tops. Check ’em out:
10 Best Latkes in NYC that can be delivered!