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7 NYC Restaurants Offering Passover Seder for Dining or Delivery

Addison Aloian | March 26, 2021 | Food & Drink Holiday

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Mark's Off Madison's Passover Brisket.

Passover 2021 is here, and the ongoing pandemic doesn't have to get in the way of an awesome Seder.

NYC is bustling with restaurants and caterers ready to do the cooking for you. Hit the town and take advantage of some delicious, dine-in Passover menus, or celebrate with a small group of family and friends at home with meals to-go and holiday catering.

From a four-course dinner at Dagon to takeout from Nuhma NYC, these Passover specials will satisfy your Seder cravings and make your holiday one to remember.

See also: 3 Next-Level Passover Recipes from Celeb Chefs to Spice Up Your Seder

100 Pleats

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On March 26, Top Chef Masters veteran and 100 Pleats co-founder Franklin Becker will host a virtual cooking lesson for Passover from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Becker will teach participants to prepare his famous Israeli stuffed cabbage. The lesson is $49.99 per screen and spots are limited, so be sure to register online.

The Food Crate

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The Passover Crate from the Food Crate serves six to eight with an Angus brisket, gluten-free chicken matzoh ball soup, classic and sweet potato pancakes, roasted carrots, cream of spinach and raspberry rugelach. The crate costs $215, and free overnight shipping is available by ordering online.

Dagon

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Dagon is preparing a special Passover Seder menu on the first two nights of the holiday, March 27 and 28. The dinner is four courses prix-fixe, beginning with duck matzo ball soup followed by braised porgy ‘chreime, crispy roasted lamb and a flourless chocolate cake. The menu is also available a la carte, featuring parsley tabbouleh, charoset, lamb bone marrow and more. Reservations can be made via phone by calling (212) 873-2466.

Nuhma NYC

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Catering company Nuhma NYC is offering a Passover menu with items including a special Seder Plate, potato latkes, chopped liver, a variety of soups, braised lamb tagine, braised brisket, roasted poussin spring whole chicken and more. Desserts range from flourless chocolate cake to lemon cheesecake and coconut macaroons. Orders can be placed by emailing info@NuhmaNYC.com.

Bubby’s

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On March 27 and 28, Bubby’s will host a special Passover celebration with traditional Jewish comfort dishes. This Passover Seder offers a three-course menu featuring pot roast, chopped liver, deviled eggs, matzo ball soup and a matzo crust berry pie. Service runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and reservations can be made online.

Amali

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Amali is offering a Passover special of grilled brisket with tomato gravy and olive oil, served with a choice of two sides including roasted broccoli, fingerling potatoes, bloomsdale spinach and cauliflower. The menu is available March 27 to April 7 and costs $38 per person. Reservations can be made online.

Mark’s Off Madison

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Mark’s Off Madison will serve its Passover home service to-go menu, available for pickup March 26 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., and March 27 and 28 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The special dinner includes non-kosher homemade matzoh, sephardic and ashkenazi charoses, homemade gefilte fish, brisket and more. Email susan@marksoffmadison.com to order 48 hours in advance.



Photography by: Front of House