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This Israeli bakery on the Lower East Side has seven varieties of hamantaschen, including halva, apple and dates, banana-chocolate, and a vegan version with poppy seeds. They’re also making hamantaschen for dogs, which we can just hear our dad cackling about and referencing for weeks to come, as well as something called a “purim galette” filled with plums and marzipan cream. While you’re there, you may as well pick up some of Michaeil’s great babka, rugelach, or challah. Place your order online or stop by their bakery on Division Street between Thursday and Sunday, February 28th.
Another great jelly donut option, this time in Manhattan. This Israeli bakery on the Lower East Side has seven varieties of sufganiyot, including halva, dulce de leche, banana-pecan, and a vegan donut with strawberry jam. Michaeli also makes great babka, rugelach, or challah, which may be of interest for anyone with blood in their veins and dreidels in their hearts. Place your order online.