Dining out on Passover

March 27, 2009


Get your box of matzo before Food Emporium runs out!

Get your box of matzo before Food Emporium runs out!



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.

Savoy: This $95 4-course Syrian menu includes wine pairings.

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.


Image courtesy http://www.gourmetsleuth.com.