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Where to Order Hanukkah Meals and Treats Around Southeast Michigan

A guide to ordering sufganiyot, latkes, challah, and everything else necessary for fantastic holiday feasting

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Serena Maria Daniels is the editor for Eater Detroit.

Also known as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah commemorates the miracle of a small bit of oil lasting eight nights instead of just one. This year, Hanukkah got started on Sunday, Dec. 18 and runs through Monday, Dec. 26. In honor of the season, Detroit-area businesses are taking orders for seasonal Hanukkah treats like sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts), latkes, and challah for the dinner table. To get in on the oily action, here are enough treats to make each night genuinely special.

Eater Detroit will be updating the list regularly, so if there’s something we’ve missed, shoot us an email at detroit@eater.com.


Where to get a full Hanukkah feast

Stage Deli (6873 Orchard Lake Rd., West Bloomfield) — Customize your Hanukkah spread with an array of Stage Deli classics, including roasted beef brisket by the pound, roasted chicken, zaatar chicken cutlets, matzo ball soup, knish, pan-fried latkes, and more. Place an order online and pick up Dec. 20 through 24.

Steve’s Deli (6646 Telegraph Rd., Bloomfield Hills) — Stock up on all of the essential party trays, from lox and deli spreads, to salads, sandwiches, and a selection of full dinner options for the whole family. Call 248-932-0800.

Zingerman’s Delicatessen (Multiple Locations, Ann Arbor) — The Zingerman’s kitchen crew makes thousands of crispy latkes for those wanting a taste of tradition. This year they’re mailing care packages, taking bulk orders for cold pickup and an at home reheat, accepting dine-in reservations at the Roadhouse. Orders are accepted online or by calling 734-663-3354.

Where to find latkes

Boris’s Deli (7095 Cooley Lake Rd., West Bloomfield Twp) — The small deli is known for its stacked high sandwiches and sides of latkes. The menu includes a large array of options, meat by the pound, and sweet treats, including halva bars.

Pickles and Rye Deli (6724. Orchard Lake Rd., West Bloomfield Twp) — Potato latkes fall under Bubbie’s Favorites on the menu alongside cheese blintzes, knish, and golden raisin kugel. The dishes are available for dine-in in its newly renovated dining room, carryout, and delivery.

Polish Village (2990 Yemans St., Hamtramck) — This Hamtramck restaurant features Polish favorites, including traditional potato pancakes (placki ziemniaczane) served with sour cream on the side. You can either get an order of eight appetizer-sized pancakes or go for the huge Hungarian pancake covered in a pork or veggie goulash for a heartier entree. Place orders online, call it in, dine-in, or get it delivered.

Siegel’s Deli (3426 E West Maple Rd., Commerce Charter Twp) — This traditional Jewish delicatessen serves sides of potato latkes in addition to sandwiches and homemade deli dinners like brisket and cabbage rolls. Pick up and delivery orders are available online.

Zalman’s On Woodward (39475 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills) — Located in the Doubletree in Bloomfield Hills, this delicatessen serves potato latkes with dinner or as a side for dine-in orders, carryout, and delivery. Don’t forget the sweet or salty treats.

Where to find challah, babka, and other baked goods

Avalon International Breads (Multiple locations) — Since 1997, this bakery has provided the Detroit community with freshly baked bread, pastries, and more. With several Southeast Michigan locations, you can place orders online for challah, croissants, cookies, sandwiches, and more.

Bake Station (Multiple locations) — Nut-free, dairy-free, and kosher, this bakery is perfect for anyone with allergies. Grab a loaf of traditional challah or choose from varieties like raisin, apple cinnamon, or onion. Additionally, dinner roll-sized challah are also available. Stop by either location in Southfield or Farmington Hills (closed Saturdays) to grab some fresh bread and pastries.

Dakota Bread (6879 Orchard Lake Rd., West Bloomfield Twp) — Known for its baked daily challah, this kosher bakery sells special apple, raisin, or chocolate chip loaf throughout the week. Dakota Bread is even making special menorah-shaped challahs and cookies just for the Festival of Lights, so add some edible decoration to your table this year. Place orders online for pickup or delivery, or stop by the shop in West Bloomfield Monday through Friday.

Diamond Bakery (6722 Orchard Lake Rd., West Bloomfield) — This Jewish bakery’s fresh-baked creations speak for themselves and are derived from family traditions. Hamantaschen, rugelach, challah, and even a half-pound of small cookies are available to take home.

Mongers’ Provisions (Multiple Locations) — The Berkley and Midtown specialty shops offer kosher chocolates and lots of delicious delicacies from cheese to charcuterie. See its full selection here.

Zeman’s Bakery (25258 Greenfield Rd., Oak Park) — Place your order online and pick up at the Oak Park location. This bakery is the spot for kosher pastries, cakes, cookies, and breads, including challah.

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