Happy New Year! For those who celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year holiday includes festive meals featuring sweet delicacies. Starting at sundown Sunday, Sept. 29, some suburban restaurants are hosting special dinners to celebrate. Be sure to make your reservations now, before restaurants book up.

Beatrix

2124 Northbrook Court, Northbrook, (847) 498-4321, di-pescara.com/events/rosh-hashanah-dinner/

Executive Chef Mychael Bonner will be cooking up a family-style feast to fete the Jewish New Year from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday and Monday, Sept. 29-30. Start off with a freshly baked challah bread roll, sliced apples with honey, orchard salad, chopped liver, Suzy Friedman’s vegetarian chopped liver, kasha varnishkes, gefilte fish with beet horseradish and homemade matzo ball soup. And then nosh on roast chicken with rosemary, beef brisket with caramelized onions, salmon with lemon butter, potato pancakes with applesauce, noodle kugel and carrot tzimmes. Finish your meal with chocolate mousse layer cake, apple crostata and chocolate-covered almond candies. It’s $42.95 for adults and half-price for kids 12 and younger. Reservations required.

272 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, (630) 491-1415, beatrixrestaurants.com/beatrix/oak-brook/. Also with locations in Fulton Market, River North and Streeterville.

Beatrix celebrates Rosh Hashanah over four days, from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday through Monday, Sept. 27-30. Special homemade pastries such as apple cinnamon rugelach and angel food cake muffins (available by the half-dozen) or a chocolate chip coffee cake will be on the menu. Put in your to-go order by Monday, Sept. 23.

Di Pescara

2124 Northbrook Court, Northbrook, (847) 498-4321, di-pescara.com/events/rosh-hashanah-dinner/

Executive Chef Mychael Bonner will be cooking up a family-style feast to fete the Jewish New Year from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday and Monday, Sept. 29-30. Start off with a freshly baked challah bread roll, sliced apples with honey, orchard salad, chopped liver, Suzy Friedman’s vegetarian chopped liver, kasha varnishkes, gefilte fish with beet horseradish and homemade matzo ball soup. And then nosh on roast chicken with rosemary, beef brisket with caramelized onions, salmon with lemon butter, potato pancakes with applesauce, noodle kugel and carrot tzimmes. Finish your meal with chocolate mousse layer cake, apple crostata and chocolate-covered almond candies. It’s $42.95 for adults and half-price for kids 12 and younger. Reservations required.

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

60 E. Grand Ave., Chicago, (312) 379-5637, joes.net/chicago/

If your plans involve heading into Chicago for Rosh Hashanah, consider the multicourse dinner at Joe’s from 4 to 10 p.m. Sunday and Monday, Sept. 29-30. Try dishes such as gefilte fish with red beet horseradish, chopped liver with bibb lettuce and chive salad, matzo ball soup, herb-roasted chicken, braised beef brisket with red wine Bordelaise, wild Alaskan halibut en papillote, ginger-glazed carrots and potato pancakes with homemade applesauce. For dessert, nosh on a slice of flourless chocolate cake or apple pie. Dinner costs $54.95 for those 13 and older and $24.95 for kids 12 and younger. Reservations are required.

L. Woods Tap & Pine Lodge

7110 N. Lincoln Ave., Lincolnwood, (847) 677-3350, lwoodsrestaurant.com/

Traditional Rosh Hashanah favorites, including beef brisket, potato-crusted Lake Superior whitefish, housemade chopped liver and matzo ball soup will be on the menu at L. Woods’ from 4 to 9 p.m. Sunday and Monday, Sept. 29-30. Plus, sides of potato pancakes, honey-glazed carrots, kasha varnishkes and green beans will be served with all entrees. The holiday dinner is $42.95 for diners 13 and older and $15.95 for kids 12 and younger. Reservations required. Carry out is available; orders must be placed by Monday, Sept. 23.

Saranello’s

601 N. Milwaukee Ave., Wheeling, (847) 777-6878, saranellos.com/

A family-style dinner devised by Executive Chef Mychael Bonner honors Rosh Hashanah from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday and Monday, Sept. 29-30. For $42.95 for adults and half-price for kids 12 and younger, dine on specialties such as matzo ball soup, roast chicken with peppers, beef brisket with caramelized onions, chocolate mascarpone pie and more. Reservations are required.

Summer House Santa Monica

1954 N. Halsted St., Chicago, (773) 634-4100, summerhousesm.com/

Another city option for Rosh Hashanah dining comes from Executive Chef Ben Goodnick from 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday and Monday, Sept. 29-30. For $44.95 and $16.95 for kids 12 and younger, dine on challah bread with sliced apples and honey, matzo ball soup, slow-braised beef brisket, chicken paillard, potato pancakes, warm flourless chocolate cake, apple galette with cinnamon ice cream and more. The regular dinner menu will be available. Carry out is available; orders must be placed by Monday, Sept. 23.

Wildfire

1300 Patriot Blvd., Glenview, (847) 657-6363, wildfirerestaurant.com/Glenview/, and 235 Parkway Drive, Lincolnshire, (847) 279-7900, wildfirerestaurant.com/Lincolnshire/

Perfect for groups of six or more celebrating the Jewish New Year, the family-style Rosh Hashanah Club Menu features challah with honey spice apple butter, homemade chopped liver, matzo ball soup, plus entrees such as apricot-glazed chicken breast, salmon with lemon and capers or braised brisket of beef. Sides feature carrot tzimmes, roasted green beans and Chef Joe’s noodle kugel, while sweets include homemade honey cake with caramel sauce and whipped cream and flourless chocolate cake with whipped cream and hot fudge. Dinner runs $42.95 for those 13 and older and $19.95 for kids 12 and younger. For groups with fewer than six, the specials will be a la carte. Available for dinner on Sunday, Sept. 29, and all day Monday, Sept. 30; reservations required.