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Wise Sons Pop Up Deli: Chanukah Edition

Past Sessions
Friday, December 8, 2023 25 Kislev 5784 - 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM - Contactless Pick-Up in the Beth Am Lower Parking Lot
Wednesday, December 6, 2023 23 Kislev 5784 - 9:00 AM - Order Deadline

Order and Pick-Up Chanukah Goodies

If cooking for Hanukkah sounds like a pain in the tuchas, let Wise Sons take care of it. They'll churn out your fried favorites so you can rest easy! All food will come pre cooked for in-home reheating. Their holiday community pop-ups are contactless pickup only. At the time of your pickup, please drive up to the tent and pop the trunk. The Wise Sons team will place your order directly in the trunk. To ensure everyone's safety, please stay in the car!

Check out the Chanukah menu (pdf). Orders must be placed using the Wise Sons ordering link by Wednesday, December 6, 9:00 AM. When placing your order, please select "Pop-Up at Congregation Beth Am (Los Altos Hills)".

The Wise Sons holiday community pop-ups are for contactless pickup only. Come to the Beth Am lower parking lot on Friday, December 8 between 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM to pick up from the Wise Sons pop-up shop. Drive up to the tent, pop your trunk and the Wise Sons team will place your order directly in the trunk. To ensure everyone's safety, please stay in the car!

About Wise Sons Food:
“We make nearly everything in house at Wise Sons, using the best ingredients we can source. Our pastrami & corned beef is made with beef brisket that is NEVER EVER administered hormones or antibiotics. It is brined in a proprietary blend of spices and the pastrami is smoked for nearly seven hours over real hickory wood. All of our baked goods are made at our offsite bakery kitchen. We offer real Jewish rye made with rye and we double bake multiple times daily for sandwiches. Our babka is filled with 72% bittersweet Guittard chocolate and lots of real butter. We serve lusciously fatty smoked salmon paired with double whipped cream cheese and our own bagels, boiled in malt inflected water before being baked.”

Learn more about Chanukah 2023 with Beth Am.

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