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Get your latkes and other Hanukkah treats at Saul's Deli


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This Sunday, December 21, Hanukkah begins at sundown. You don’t have to wait until sundown, though, to enjoy traditional Hanukkah foods. Saul’s Restaurant and Delicatessen in Berkeley is hosting a sidewalk Latke Tent and Beer Garden this Saturday through Monday, 11 am – 6 pm.
 
Drop by to try Saul’s Latkes, which won a place in the East Bay’s 101 Most Delicious Things to Eat. The potato pancakes are fried at the tent and served with applesauce and sour cream. Order the Latkes individually or, if you want to take Latkes to a holiday party this weekend, preorder Latkes by the dozen online here. What else? Saul’s Latkes are made with organic Glaum Egg Ranch eggs and are fried in California-grown rice bran oil. Wash down the crisp, warm Latkes with one of the local beers on tap and then enjoy a fresh Soufganiyot, a jelly doughnut.
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If you’re in the mood for a more substantial meal, check out Saul’s Hanukkah Dinner Specials, served December 21-28. Saul’s Hanukkah menu is tantalizing: Goat Stroganoff (from BN Ranch), Matzo crusted rock cod (Monterey Fish Market and a local fishery), Moroccan Chicken Tagine (organic chicken from Petaluma Farms), Vegetarian Tangine, traditional Potato and Onion Latkes, and Niman Ranch Braised Brisket. You just might find yourself returning to Saul’s so you can try all their Hanukkah specials — one trip might not be enough.      
 
Saul's Restaurant and Delicatessen, 1475 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley 510-848-3354, www.saulsdeli.com