It's almost Hanukkah which means it's almost time for latkes fried golden brown, sufganiyot covered in powdered sugar and mounds of gelt you'll win while playing dreidel. Here, a guide to help you navigate what to buy and cook to celebrate the Miracle of Lights in Atlanta:
Where to find sufganiyot
Variations on traditional round, fried, jelly-filled doughnuts, normally covered in powdered sugar, can be found with the traditional berry jam or with different flavors if you're looking to try something new:
The bakery has doughnuts with the traditional strawberry jelly as well as custard, dulce de leche and nutella.
1394 North Highland Ave. NE, Atlanta, 404-872-6000 and Park Place, 4505 Ashfod Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, 678-397-1781, alons.com/
The shop's doughnut features a berry compote filling with a vanilla bean glaze.
3575 Durden Drive NE, Brookhaven. 678-691-4534 and 3794 Roswell Road, Atlanta. 470-428-2569, bonglaze.com/
Offers doughnuts with strawberry, lemon and apple filling.
Locations in Duluth, Johns Creek, Norcross and Suwanee. facebook.com/SarahDonuts/
Get a little extra love with Sublime's heart-shaped doughnut filled with raspberry jam and covered in powdered sugar. A bonus: The shop's Briarcliff location is now certified Kosher.
535 10th St NW, Atlanta, 404-897-1801 and 2566 Briarcliff Road NE, Atlanta. 404-315-6899, sublimedoughnuts.com
The bakery at Publix Super Market at Toco Hills
The certified kosher bakery sells a traditional version of the holiday treat.
Toco Hills Promenade, 2969 N Druid Hills Road, Atlanta. 404-638-6022, publix.com/locations/773-toco-hills-shopping-center
Where to find kosher food
Learn how to make the perfect latke
Learn more about Hanukkah
How to play dreidel
The meaning of the holiday