Latkes are available at Roaring Fork, 1806 N. Loop 1604 W., during the Hanukkah season.
The fried potato pancakes will be available Saturday through Dec. 19.
Latkes are traditionally eaten during Hanukkah to commemorate the oil that miraculously burned for eight days when the temple was rededicated more than 2,000 years ago. (Click here for more history.)
“Growing up, I looked forward to latkes at the dinner table this time of year, so seeing them at Roaring Fork brings back a lot of memories,” said Babra Hamil, general manager of Roaring Fork. “This is the start of a great tradition at the restaurant.”
“Latkes are going to be a perfect fit for just about everything from our freshly flown-in salmon to the new rack of lamb,” said Harold Marmulstein, executive chef of the restaurant. “You don’t have to be Jewish to appreciate potato pancakes with entrees from our wood-fired oven, grill or rotisserie.”