Commemorating not getting killed by a plague after going through a plague is about as Jewish as you can get. With that in mind, the Passover holiday begins the evening of April 5th and runs until April 13th. Take a break and let area restaurants assist with this year's Seder. Gather the family around the table and just figure out who is asking the Four Questions:
Gluten-Free Oat & Handmade Wheat Matzah from Baked by Yael
Baked by Yael is offering Gluten-Free Oat Matzah once again in handmade rustic rounds, machine squares, and matzah meal ground from machine matzah. As always, all three types are shmurah (meaning "guarded"), which is a strict level of kosher supervision. They are also offering Handmade Wheat Matzah from the famous Kehilath Yakov Pupa & Zehlem Matzo Bakery in Brooklyn, New York. This round matzah is rolled by hand and baked in a wood-fired oven under the strictest rabbinic supervision. It's thin and crispy, a welcome change from the dense grocery store matzah most of us have come to know; 202.234.9235. 3000 Connecticut Avenue NW. To place an order, click here.
Passover Taco Kits from Call Your Mother
For those looking for an easy-peasy way to welcome some fresh and exciting flavors to their Passover table, Call Your Mother has you covered with their Passover Tacos. Tacos are available for pick-up and delivery on Wednesday, April 5th only (Orders must be placed by Saturday, April 1st). Each build-your-own taco kit comes with your choice of filling, all the fixins, your choice of fried rice, pecan matzo brittle, and reheating instructions. Kits serve up to 4 people; Multiple Locations. To place an order, click here.
Caramel Signature from Caramel Winery New Red Varietals for Passover
Israel’s largest and leading winery, Caramel Winery, is expanding its premium wine brand, Caramel Signature, with two new red varietals just in time for Passover. The two new wines from the new Volcano Series are, a Cabernet Sauvignon ($60) and a Merlot ($60), are both grown in an Upper Galilee vineyard rich in volcanic soil; For more information, click here.
10th Annual Community Passover Seder at Equinox
Chef Todd Gray and Ellen Kassoff invite you to their 10th Annual Community Passover Seder on Wednesday, April 5th at sundown. Equinox Restaurant is excited to have everyone back in person to celebrate in the most delicious, engaging, and thought-provoking Seder, integrated with readings from the Haggaha by YOU, participants, and led by Ellen and Todd; 202.331.8118. 818 Connecticut Avenue NW. To make a reservation, click here.
NEW: Passover at Home from Farmers Restaurant Group
Guests can enjoy traditional Passover foods and guest-favorites with Farmers Restaurant Group’s special Passover at-home menu. Such menu highlights include Matzo Ball Soup, Haroset, and Potato Latkes. This year, they are making their own Matzo that can be served alone or dipped in their Founding Farmers Chocolate. For dessert, guests can enjoy a Fancy Flourless Chocolate Cake or a Flourless Limoncello Almond Torte. All selections are available as a complete dinner that serves 4 people or a la carte. Orders must be placed by Friday, March 31st at Noon; Multiple Locations. To place an order, click here.
NEW: Passover Dinner at Mon Ami Gabi Bethesda
On Wednesday, April 5th and Thursday, April 6th, Mon Ami Gabi in Bethesda will be offering a holiday dinner menu for Passover, available for dine-in or pick-up. The multi-course dinner menu from Chef Andrew Fleischauer includes highlights such as Matzo Ball Soup, Housemade Gefilte Fish, Slow-Braised Beef Brisket, and more. Pre-orders for pick-up must be placed by Sunday, April 2nd at 12:00 p.m.; 301.652.1234. 7239 Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, MD. To place a pick-up order, click here. To make a reservation, click here.
Passover Packages from Prescription Chicken
Prescription Chicken will be offering a variety of Passover Packages to make the holiday even more delicious. Packages include the Passover Starter Kit (perfect for those having a smaller seder; Kit includes two 24-ounce Matzah Ball Soups, a Box of Matzah, and a Passover Sweet Treat), the Passover Lunch Package (perfect for lunch; Includes a large Matzoh Ball Soup, a piece of Matzoh, and a Sweet Passover Treat), and the DIY Matzah Pizza Pack (has everything to make a Matzah Pizza at home in partnership with Motown Pizza; Kit includes Motown’s Tomato Sauce, a Box of Matzoh, Mozz Cheese, and Herby Parm). Every package will include a donation that Prescription Chicken will match. Packages are available for pick-up and delivery; 1819 7th Street NW. To place an order, click here.
Passover Specials at SABABA
SABABA, D.C.’s hip and “modern Israeli” restaurant, will celebrate Passover by offering seasonal specials exclusively for the holiday. Prepared by Executive Chef Ryan Moore, guests can get excited for a la carte menu items such as Matzo Crusted Schnitzel ($28), the Charoset ($12), Cherry Blossom Tart ($12), and more. Housemade Za’atar Matzo will also be served to all guests that dine at SABABA during the holiday in lieu of pita. The specials are available for dine-in only and are available from Wednesday, April 5th until Thursday, April 13th; 202.244.6750. 3311 Connecticut Avenue NW. To make a reservation, click here.
NEW: Passover Menu from Silver & Sons BBQ
Silver & Sons BBQ will be offering a special Passover menu for guests to enjoy at-home. Some highlights from the menu include Matzo Ball Soup with Smoked Chicken Broth, Smoked Carrot Tzimmes, Creekstone Smoked Brisket in Roasted Tomato Sauce, and more. All orders come with reheating instructions; 301.329.4460. 11910 Parklawn Drive, Rockville, MD. To place an order, click here.
NEW: Passover Dinner Menu from Summer House North Bethesda
On Wednesday, April 5th and Thursday, April 6th, Summer House in North Bethesda will be offering a Passover dinner menu available for dine-in or pick-up. Some highlights from the menu include Matzo, Chopped Liver, House-Made Gefilte Fish, and more. The set menu costs $55.95 per person and $19.95 for children 12 and under. Pre-orders for pick-up must be placed by Monday, April 3rd at 12:00 p.m.; 301.881.2381. 11825 Grand Park Avenue, North Bethesda, MD. To place an order for pick-up, click here. To make a reservation, click here.
Passover Dinner at Teddy & The Bully Bar
Teddy & The Bully Bar will again be reprising their Passover Seder dinners on Wednesday, April 5th and Thursday, April 6th from 4:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The menu features many traditional favorites as well as new takes on the Passover Seder experience. Some highlights include Matzoh Ball Soup, Yarden Syrah Braised Beef Brisket, Chicken Liver, and more. The dinner is a 3-course meal and costs $55 per person and $25 for kids 12 and under. Guests can dine-in or order the dinner for take-out (Take-out costs $60); 202.872.8700. 1200 19th Street NW. For more information, click here.