clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Where to Dine for Hanukkah in Las Vegas

The Festival of Lights brings dining specials for eight days next week.

Honey Salt
Honey Salt
Chelsea McManus

Hanukkah starts at sundown on Tuesday, Dec. 16, and for eight days, the Festival of Lights brings dreidels, oil-based foods such as doughnuts and latkes and lighting the menorah. Why not celebrate by trying some of the traditional Jewish dishes that go along with these holidays? Here, a look at where to celebrate Hanukkah with food in Las Vegas.

Café Cortez
On Tuesday, Dec. 16, and Wednesday, Dec. 24, Café Cortez inside the El Cortez will offer a special menu in celebration of Chanukah for $17.95. The three-course meal starts with a tossed green salad and choice of dressing, chopped chicken livers or matzo ball soup, followed by brisket of beef or roasted apricot chicken served with potato latkes, kasha and bowties, and steamed broccoli. Guests can chose between sweet raisin kugel or ice cream for dessert.

Honey Salt
The restaurant from Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla offers its Hanukkah menu Dec. 15 through Dec. 24. Order up crisp potato latkes, smoked salmon pizza, slow-roasted brisket, and Hanukkah doughnuts.

Station Casinos
Every Feast Buffet and Festival Buffet within the Station Casinos family offers speciality items during the eight day celebration of Chanukah. This year, guests can enjoy items for brunch, lunch and dinner from Dec. 16-24.  Specialty items include brisket, roast chicken, honey mustard and ginger salmon, latkes, tzimmes, potato and apple kugel, matzo ball soup, roasted beets and carrots, and rugelach.

Honey Salt

1031 South Rampart Boulevard, , NV 89145 (702) 445-6100 Visit Website

Café Cortez

600 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (702) 385-5200 Visit Website

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater Las Vegas newsletter

The freshest news from the local food world