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Here’s Where to Find Hanukkah Sufganiyot Around DC

Cheffy cafes, catering companies, and kosher bakeries are turning out the jelly doughnuts.

Pick up some guava-filled sufgoniyot from Call Your Mother. Photograph courtesy of Tim Casey.

Craving the round, jelly-filled doughnuts? Here’s where you’ll find them:

Astro Doughnuts
1308 G St., NW; 7511 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church; 1819 Seventh St., NW
You can order up a themed holiday box from this trio of doughnut shops. The $29 package comes with a dozen mini doughnuts—an assortment of black-cherry jelly, creme brulee, Hanukkah-cookie, and vanilla with sprinkles. The box is available for pickup and delivery at all three locations through December 15,

Baker’s Daughter
1402 Okie St., NE; 675 I St., NW; 1201 K St., NW
Gravitas chef Matt Baker is frying up raspberry- jelly-filled doughnuts at his more casual cafes. They’re sold in packs of six for $26; place pick-up orders through December 8.

Bread Furst
4434 Connecticut Ave., NW
Throughout Hanukkah, bread master Mark Furstenberg’s Van Ness bakery is serving six raspberry sufganiyot for $24—they’re made fresh every morning. Call 202-765-1200 to place an order.

Call Your Mother
3301 Georgia Ave., NW
Order raspberry-guava-filled doughnuts from the Park View location of this self-proclaimed “Jew-ish” deli. Each $20 order comes with six treats. Pre-order now for pickup.

District Doughnut
749 Eighth St., SE; 3327 Cady’s Alley, NW; 5 Market Sq., SW; 1309 Fifth St., NE; 4238 Wilson Blvd., Arlington
You can grab a single ($4) or dozen ($24) sufganiyot at this mini-chain, which fills them with strawberry jam and tops them with powdered sugar. If you don’t see the doughnuts on the online order form, they’re sold out for the day, but you can schedule a pickup for a later date.

Get a dozen themed treats from Astro Doughnuts. Photograph by Scott Suchman

Goldberg’s New York Bagels
4824-26 Boiling Brook Pkwy., Rockville; 9328 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring; 7731 Tuckerman Ln., Potomac
These bagel shops are serving raspberry jelly-filled doughnuts priced at $1.99 each. Our tip: call ahead to make sure there are some left.

Heidelberg Pastry Shoppe
2150 N. Culpeper St., Arlington
Choose between apricot and raspberry jelly filling — or get an assortment of both — from this Arlington bakery. These Berliner doughnuts are priced at $1.20 a piece.

The Kosher Pastry Oven
1372 Lamberton Dr., Silver Spring
Get jelly- or custard-filled treats from this Silver Spring bakery. For $2.75, you can get a raspberry- jelly-filled doughnut; the chocolate and caramel custard-filled rounds cost $2.95.

Mah-Ze-Dahr
1205 Half St., SE
Award-winning baker Umber Ahmad is serving a fluffy Berliner doughnut filled with housemade raspberry pomegranate jam. Each sufganiyot is priced at $4.50, and you can order them on Tock.

Occasions Catering
655 Taylor St., NE
Mini raspberry jelly-filled doughnuts—$18 for eight—are topped with powdered sugar at this high-end catering company. Orders are available for pickup and delivery through December 6.

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Pastries by Randolph
4500 Lee Hwy., Arlington
This longtime Arlington bakery is serving the mixed berry jelly-filled doughnuts in singles ($2.50) or a pack of six ($14).

Schmaltz Brothers
The kosher food truck will be making scheduled stops through December 6. Pre-order their sufganiyot, which is filled with honey-roasted-quince jam and priced at $4 per pastry.

Shalom Kosher
1361 Lamberton Dr., Silver Spring
Choose between large ($1.95) and mini ($1.45) doughnuts at this Silver Spring shop, with caramel, Boston cream, chocolate mousse, and raspberry-jelly flavors.

Wagshal’s
4330-A 48th St., NW
This Spring Valley deli/market is serving homemade  sufganiyot—rolled in sugar and filled with strawberry compote—for $3 each.