The spirit of camp revolves around our Chadar Ochel (dining hall). Camp eats most of its meals in split shifts; lower camp eats first and then upper camp eats later. Friday nights we have a traditional, festive Shabbat camp meal with the entire camp together, followed by a spirited song session and Israeli dancing under the stars. We say Hamotzi (blessing over the meal) before we eat and chant Birkat Hamazon or B’rich Rachamana (grace after meals) after we eat. Our food is prepared with love and served family style.

Eisner Camp’s food is kosher style. Although not a kosher facility, we do not serve pork or shellfish or products containing them, and we do not permit such products on camp grounds. Whenever meat is served, kosher and vegetarian options are also offered, and a non-dairy dessert is served. We will also accommodate campers who require special allergy or health-related diets. If you have any questions about our summer meal program or your child’s dietary limitations, please call the camp office!

Here’s a sampling of the food we serve. Fresh fruit is available at every meal, and salad as well as “pea-not” butter (a soy-based peanut butter substitute) and jelly are available at every lunch and dinner.

WARNING: Reading this menu might cause you to become really, really hungry!!

Breakfast

  • Orange juice
  • Bagels, lox, and cream cheese
  • Greek yogurt
  • Cold cereal
  • French toast
  • Cinnamon buns
  • (Chocolate chip) pancakes
  • Scrambled eggs
  • Hash browns
  • Croissants
  • Waffles
  • Oatmeal
  • Fresh fruit

Lunch

  • Sliders
  • Chicken tenders
  • Macaroni & cheese
  • Grilled cheese and tomato soup
  • Personal pizza
  • Pizza bites
  • Chef salad
  • Meatball subs
  • Falafel & Israeli salads
  • Pasta
  • Chicken fajitas

Dinner

  • Baked ziti
  • BBQ chicken
  • Rib night
  • Chicken wings
  • Chicken noodle soup
  • Roasted chicken
  • Stuffed shells
  • Roasted turkey
  • Spaghetti & meat sauce
  • BBQ cookout (burgers & dogs)
  • Lasagna
  • Roast beef