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Somebody Help This Poor Girl: Rosh Hashanah in Dallas

Rosh Hashanah, the traditional Jewish New Year celebration, occurs from sunset on September 28 to nightfall September 30. One loyal Disher is looking for a place to observe the holiday in fine style.

Need some help…we need a place for dinner for a group of 14-16 people for the second night of Rosh Hashanah which this year falls on a Thursday [29] in September. We are looking for a nice restaurant with at least some of the entrees under $30, and where the atmosphere allows for good conversation.

L’shanah tovah! Let’s put our heads together.

  • jonfromtjs

    What temple is she attending? That would help narrow it down geographically. Being Temple Emanu-el family, we usually do Houstons/Hillstone or Sevy’s. Back in the old days it was (RIP) Il Sorrento.

  • irodguy

    Yep we used to do Il Sorrento as well. The old days..

  • Amy S

    Sevy’s Grill celebrates Rosh Hoshanah (thank you Jon!) and we take reservations for any size party.

    Take a look at our menu at . We can also customize menus to fit a certain price point. We’re here for you.

  • Zip

    Zanata Plano has a lovely private dining room.

  • Twinwillow

    Afrah in Richardson. Allah welcomes you.

  • Lars S

    Lawry’s The Prime Rib has been serving Rosh Hashanah dinner for years. Please call the restaurant for menu details.

  • Brad

    Lawry’s has challah, matzo ball soup, and honey cake on their special rosh hashanah menu. Or just get some bacon wrapped shrimp instead.