Courtesy Mitzvah House

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is the start of the High Holy Days – a time of introspection and aspiration.

It wouldn’t be a Jewish holiday without rich, filling, carb-heavy food. Alon’s in Morningside and Buckhead (Phipps Plaza) offers classics like round challah, chicken matzah ball soup, and brisket. The Daily Chew sold out of pre-orders of the Rosh Hashanah menu, but they’re offering a la carte items. Other restaurants, including Aziza and The General Muir, are hosting seated dinners. 

Services are offered at Intown synagogues, including The Temple, Congregation Shearith Israel, Congregation Anshi S’fard, Congregation Bet Haverim, Ahavath Achim, as well as multiple Chabad and Hillel locations.

Other events include: 

Chag Sameach, Atlanta. Here’s to a healthy, fulfilling 5784.

Logan C. Ritchie writes features and covers Brookhaven for Rough Draft Atlanta.