If one does not have his own sukka, but the shul next door built one and serves kiddush and bread for hamotzi ... what is the proper course of action:
1 = make kiddush and eat a k'zayit of bread, go home and continue the meal, including bread and say birkat hamazon after the whole meal is done ?
( what if you need to say kiddush again for your wife ? )
2 = make kiddush and eat a k'zayit of bread, say birkat hamazon, and then go home and continue the meal ( not including bread ) ? ( what about kiddush for your wife ? )
3 = if not any of the above 2 options, please describe in detail what the proper course of action is.
Thank you and happy holiday !