In New York City, Doughnut Plant makes a Menorah Ripple out of doughnuts with cream cheese glaze and blackberry jelly filling.
In Rockaway, N.J., Ava's Cupcakes makes sugar cookies in the shapes of dreidels, menorahs and the Star of David, plus rugelach and other seasonal treats.
Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken offers the Hanukkah Mini Box with jelly doughnuts (Sufganiyot), crème brûlée mini doughnuts topped with Hanukkah gelt and Hanukkah cookie mini doughnuts, December 12-20, in Downtown Los Angeles, Falls Church, Va., and Washington, D.C.
In Clifton Park, N.Y., Shmaltz Brewing Company crafts Chanukah, Hanukkah: Pass the Beer, a golden strong ale brewed with cocoa nibs and eight malts, for the holiday.
In New York City, Eli Zabar's markets and eateries offer a variety of Chanukah treats, including challah, rugelach, cookies and a complete Chanukah Gift Basket.
In New York City, Li-Lac Chocolates crafts chocolate dreidels filled with gelt, among other Hanukkah sweets.
With locations in Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Boston, Los Angeles, and Bethesda, Md., Georgetown Cupcake makes its Hanukkah Vanilla cupcake with baby blue sweet vanilla buttercream frosting on a Madagascar bourbon vanilla cupcake with a silver fondant Star of David.
At New York City's holiday pop-up bar, Miracle on 9th at Mace, the Dreidel Dreidel Dreidel combines Chocolate Gelt-infused Reposado Tequila, Pedro Ximenez sherry, maple syrup and Black Walnut Bitters.
In Los Angeles' Atwater Village neighborhood, The Village Bakery and Cafe offers a plate of assorted Hanukkah cookies.
Summer House Santa Monica is offering eight days of latkes (with house-made applesauce on the side) in Chicago and North Bethesda, Md.
In Chicago, Bub City serves house-made latkes with 18-hour pastrami each Thursday.
In New York City, Orwasher's bakery fills its Sufganiyot with local jam from Beth's Farm Kitchen.
In Los Angeles, Beauty & Essex makes Avocado Latke Benedict with potato latkes, poached eggs and espelette for Sunday brunch.
In New York City, Hot Bread Kitchen offers hand-braided challah made with cage-free eggs and local honey. Choose from traditional, whole wheat or honey raisin, and order ahead.
In Nashville, Tenn., Dozen Bakery offers braided challah bread every Friday.