The 39th Annual Sacramento Jewish Food Faire features traditional and modern Jewish cuisine, entertainment, arts and crafts vendors, and a chance for the entire community to come together for a unique cultural experience.
Live entertainment, a children’s area, a Galaxy photo booth, and many community resources will be on hand. Young and old can enjoy the festivities and feast on favorites such as corned beef, pastrami and brisket sandwiches, bagels and lox, blintzes, latkes, stuffed cabbage rolls, matzo ball soup, and much more. Hard-to-find homemade and imported items include ruggelah, hamentashen, strudel, and kugel. You can purchase specialty items like round challah, Jewish rye, honey cake, and babka from famous bakeries in California, including Canter’s Delicatessen in Los Angeles, Grand Bakery in Oakland, Saul’s Delicatessen in Berkeley, and The Upper Crust Bakery in Davis.
Pre-orders for some of our more popular and hard-to-find items can be placed by mail or online through September 11.