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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.

7 comments on “Somebody Help This Poor Girl: Rosh Hashanah in Dallas

  1. 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.

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

    Take a look at our menu at http://www.sevys.com . We can also customize menus to fit a certain price point. We’re here for you.

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

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