If you celebrate Passover and can’t make it home, or just prefer to relax and enjoy the seder meal at a restaurant, I’ve got a roundup of options for NYC holiday dining. None are kosher, but let’s face it, you probably won’t be eating out on Passover if you’re kosher.
Capsouto Freres: For $150 (proceeds of this Sephardic feast go to the JDC ), join a communal table and enjoy a traditional seder led by a cantor.
Telepan: The $65 4-course menu features wild striped bass and a duo of beef.
Danal: The $60 5-course menu gives you a choice of entrees and desserts (good stuff, no meringues or macaroons).
Payard: For $45 you’ll get a French influenced 3-course meal with amazing petit-fours.
Rosa Mexicano: The restaurant offers an a la carte Mexican Passover dishes all through the week of Passover.
Whole Foods Catered Passover Dinner for 8: For $169.99 you get all the fixins (from soup to tzimmes!) except for dessert.
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