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Where to Celebrate Rosh Hashanah in D.C.

There are even vegan options.

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Get ready to ring in Year 5776. Rosh Hashanah, referred to as the Jewish New Year, takes place from sunset on Sunday, September 13, through Monday, September 14.

Traditional holiday food focuses on the sweet. Challah bread or apple dipped in honey symbolize nice wishes for the upcoming year. Customary gelatinous gefilte fish and soup studded with matzo balls also find their way onto many of the offered menus.

Whether to avoid mom's dry brisket at home or just curious to taste the festivities, plenty of restaurants in D.C. offer specials for the holiday. Here are several Rosh Hashanah menus worth the schlep.

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DGS Delicatessen

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Dino's Grotto

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Equinox

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Jackie's Restaurant

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Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

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Logan Tavern

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Mon Ami Gabi

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Summer House Santa Monica

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Teddy & The Bully Bar

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The Heights

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DGS Delicatessen

[Photo: R. Lopez]

Dino's Grotto

[Photo: R. Lopez]

Equinox

[Photo: Official]

Jackie's Restaurant

[Photo: Facebook]

Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

[Photo: R. Lopez]

Logan Tavern

[Photo: Official]

Mon Ami Gabi

[Photo: Official]

Summer House Santa Monica

[Photo: R. Lopez]

Teddy & The Bully Bar

[Photo: Official]

The Heights

[Photo: Facebook]

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