Shabbat is the most important ritual observance in Judaism.
The end of a long work week signals the beginning of the Sabbath. Typical Shabbat foods include challah (braided bread) and wine, which are both blessed before the meal begins. Eating meat is traditional on Shabbat, as Jewish historically considered meat a luxury and a special food. However, vegetarians can also enjoy Shabbat foods.
We cater Shabbat meals from Kabbalah Shabbat to lighting Havdalah. At Jerusalem, the food is freshly homemade, delicious, and prepared fresh. Whether you are visiting Las Vegas for a weekend or just want to add something special to your Shabbos spread, we are here to take care of you and your guests and assure that your Shabbat meal will be special.