September 15, 2016

  • Shopping For The High Holidays In NYC

The Jewish New Year is approaching. The card racks are filled with gorgeous images of apples and honey, pomegranates and shofars. Store shelves are bursting with decorative platters and assorted serving pieces for honey and candy to help usher in a sweet new year. Book shelves are displaying inspirational titles from RETURN:Daily Inspiration for the Days Of Awe by Erica Brown to I'm Sorry, Grover, A Rosh Hashanah Tale.

It's time you visited a Judaica store to see all that's offered.

If you are lucky enough to have a family owned Jewish gift store in your community - the Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot season is the perfect time to reacquaint yourself with the very heart of Jewish tradition. You can even go to www.yusselsplace.com and either choose "in-store pick up" or have your items shipped directly to your door.

So....whether you are looking for that perfect host/hostess gift, a new tallis or special Judaic jewelry, our knowledgeable staff will help you make the perfect selection. If you have any questions, call us toll-free at (855) 987-7357.


Your online source for Judaica gifts, Jewish wedding gifts, bar mitzvah gifts, Jewish holiday gifts, as well as art from the top Judaica designers in the world. With over 40 years of combined merchandising experience, you will find the most comprehensive selection of mezuzot, books, ketubot, tallitot, framed art and other fine Judaica. If you are looking for excellent service and selection, Yussel's Place is the place.


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