For the second year in a row, a restaurant in Bucks County will be celebrating a major holiday this weekend with food and community.
Pita Chip, located at 1623 Big Oak Road in Yardley, is celebrating Rosh Hashanah this year in a fun way, offering “Rosh Hashawarma” family meal dinners to guests. The celebration began on Sept. 15, and the restaurant is offering them through the final night of the Jewish holiday on Sept. 17.
Proceeds from the sales will go on to benefit Congregation Kol Emet, also located in Yardley. Dinners cost $57.84 apiece, which represents the new year (5784) on the Jewish calendar. Pre-orders are now being taken on the dining establishment’s website.
This is the restaurant’s second year celebrating “Rosh Hashawarma.”
“We unveiled this special last year, and our customers absolutely loved it,” said Omar Alsaadi, the co-founder of Pita Chip.
“We do this so families can sit back and relax and enjoy the holiday without having to cook, and we expect this to be as if not more successful this time around.”
Learn more about this year’s Rosh Hashawarma at Pita Chip.