Shabbat Dinners To Go

The Shabbat Dinner To Go is an entire Shabbat meal, for adults and kids, including the main meal, dessert, wine, challah and shabbat candles. Select the foods/wine and the amount of food that you want to celebrate your Shabbat!

On select Fridays of each month, you can pre-order a Shabbat Dinner To Go for you and your entire family.  ChallahsThe Shabbat Dinner To Go is an entire Shabbat meal, for adults and kids, including an entree, sides, dessert, wine, challah and Shabbat candles.  Select the foods/wine and the amount of food that you want by ordering your meal online, or calling the Beth El office (412) 561-1168 to pre-order by the preceding Wednesday. Pick up your meal on Friday: 4:15 – 5pm and at 7:15pm (or directly following services).

 

SAMPLE Menu 

Brisket, mashed potatoes, baby glazed carots, salad and bread

Adults ($18.95 per person)
Kids ($8.95 per person)

Wedding Soup ($4/pint, $8/quart)
Blueberry Cake ($4 – Serves 2)

Challah ($5.75 each)
Wine: Bartenura Moscato ($12.99/bottle)
Shabbat Candles (free, compliments of Sisterhood)

Order Online:

The online form (which is added when there is an upcoming Shabbat Dinner to Go)  allows you to submit your order online, but does not yet accept online payment.  You will have to pay by bringing/sending in a check to the office, or calling in your credit card information to Beth El (412) 561-1168.

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