The summer is over. The kids are back in school and the high-holiday season is upon us. Rosh Hashanah is only two weeks away.
There is always a tremendous effort that goes into getting ready for a yom tov. There are menus to plan, guests to invite, cleaning, organizing, shopping, cooking and serving. Even Yom Kippur, a day of abstinence, requires a before and after-fast meal, arrangements for synagogue ticket reservations and many other details including making sure the family has non-leather shoes and belts.
Sukkot is an especially work intensive week. The sukkah hut needs to be erected and later disassembled and stored. Tables, chairs and lighting need to be gathered and installed. Meals are taken back and forth from the house to the sukkah. It can be exhausting.
Rina Kramer of Claudine Uzan Caterers suggests advises us to “take a break. We will serve and accommodate you in our beautiful sukkah. You can relax and enjoy!”
Rina invites visitors and Florida residents alike to be her guests at the oceanfront Mimosa Condominium for fine dining and service during the Sukkot holiday. The Mimosa is conveniently located at 4747 Collins Avenue, in the heart of Miami Beach, and is easily accessible to visitors and locals who cannot or do not want the stress and strain of building their own sukkah.
Delicious Shabbat meals on Friday night, September 28 and Saturday afternoon, September 29, will be available at the popular Mimosa-based Cu Cafe. Sumptuous Sukkot fare (includes four meals) will be served in the sukkah. Catering will be available for the days of chol ha’moed, Shabbat October 5 and 6, Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.
Claudine Uzan Caterers has been serving the worldwide Jewish community for three generations. Rina’s mother, Claudine Uzan, was one of the first gourmet kosher caterers in Paris in 1963. Rina grew up around the best kitchens and first-class professional French chefs. She has studied the culinary arts in top schools and hotels in France and Switzerland.
Rina has worked in the industry for over 29 years in the Miami-Dade and Broward County communities in South Florida. Her reputation and high standards of both kashrut and quality cuisine are legendary.
Space is limited so call Rina now at 305-542-1656 to make reservations. If you are interested in using the sukkah without catering, ask for Maritza and reserve your space immediately.Shelley Benveniste
About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.
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