This piece was fist published as “From Coast to Coast, the Best Seders” on The Jew and the Carrot blog at the Forward.
Not up for cooking for the Seders this year? Not a problem. Restaurants around North America are offering seats at the Seder table for those who are hungry for updated Jewish fare like matzo balls in a lemongrass broth, tropical haroset and Turkish flourless chocolate cake.
At some, a Seder service will be led, while at others it’ll be strictly BYOH (bring your own Haggadah). We’ve rounded up some great choices, but there are many others out there. So please add additional suggestions from your city in the comments section below.
Note: These dinners are non-kosher, unless otherwise noted.
186 Franklin St., (212) 431-0606
Passover diners will enjoy Kutsher’s nouvelle twist on Borscht Belt Seder classics, like sweet onion butter for the matzo, wild halibut gefilte fish, and beef brisket with kasha, veal bacon and creamed spinach.
Details: March 25 and 26. Seder seatings at 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. $85 per person ($49 for kids under 10), 20% gratuity added to all checks.
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Tags: Abigael's on Broadway, Back Forty West, Caplansky's Delicatessen, Craigie on Main, Dino, Domenica, JAR, Kutsher's Tribeca, Lumiere, Mon Abi Gabi, Passover, restaurant seders, Riva Crab House, Rosa Mexicana, Stopsky's, Susan Feniger's STREET, Telepan, The London Grill & Paris Wine Bar, Wise Sons Delicatessen, Zahav