An Atlanta food lover’s guide to Hanukkah: Where to get sufganiyot, how to cook latkes and more

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It’s almost Hanukkah which means it’s almost time for latkes fried golden brown, sufganiyot covered in powdered sugar and mounds of gelt you’ll win while playing dreidel. Here, a guide to help you navigate what to buy and cook to celebrate the Miracle of Lights in Atlanta:

Where to find sufganiyot

Variations on traditional round, fried, jelly-filled doughnuts, normally covered in powdered sugar, can be found with the traditional berry jam or with different flavors if you’re looking to try something new:

Alon’s
The bakery has doughnuts with the traditional strawberry jelly as well as custard, dulce de leche and nutella.
1394 North Highland Ave. NE, Atlanta, 404-872-6000 and Park Place, 4505 Ashfod Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, 678-397-1781, alons.com/

Bon Glaze
The shop’s doughnut features a berry compote filling with a vanilla bean glaze.
3575 Durden Drive NE, Brookhaven. 678-691-4534 and 3794 Roswell Road, Atlanta. 470-428-2569, bonglaze.com/

Sarah Doughnuts
Offers doughnuts with strawberry, lemon and apple filling.
Locations in Duluth, Johns Creek, Norcross and Suwanee. facebook.com/SarahDonuts/

Sublime Doughnuts

Get a little extra love with Sublime’s heart-shaped doughnut filled with raspberry jam and covered in powdered sugar. A bonus: The shop’s Briarcliff location is now certified Kosher.
535 10th St NW, Atlanta, 404-897-1801 and 2566 Briarcliff Road NE, Atlanta. 404-315-6899, sublimedoughnuts.com

The bakery at Publix Super Market at Toco Hills
The certified kosher bakery sells a traditional version of the holiday treat.
Toco Hills Promenade, 2969 N Druid Hills Road, Atlanta. 404-638-6022, publix.com/locations/773-toco-hills-shopping-center

 

Where to find kosher food
Check out restaurants and stores around metro Atlanta to find kosher food

 

Learn how to make the perfect latke
Todd Ginsberg from The General Muir gives a step-by-step tutorial
Make latkes and lox for Hanukkah
Making a meal together is family’s long-standing Hanukkah tradition

Learn more about Hanukkah

How to play dreidel



 

The meaning of the holiday



 


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