Passover starts tomorrow night at sundown -- are you ready? Sure, you might have gotten a box of matzoh or two to get you through the week, but what are you doing for your seder? Since the seders fall in the middle of the week this year, some of us may not be able to travel to celebrate with our families outside of the tri-state region, but there are plenty of restaurants offering to fill the void by offering Passover seders of their own.
New York Magazine lists three seder options: Zoë, Rosa Mexicano, and our favorite, at least because of its name, Tabla's "Unleavened Bread Bar," while Time Out New York gives us a Passover roundup of seders to meet various budgets from $45 to $125, which includes Mo Pitkins, Savoy, and kosher steakhouse Le Marais, among others.
We noticed that the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill was offering a seder as well, and are looking for even more options, but our all-time favorite seders have been at Sammy's Roumanian Steakhouse, but we'll not sure we'll survive if we keep going there every year -- there's only so much schmaltz and vodka that one person can take in an evening. Where are you having your seder(s) this year?
Photograph from the AP/Tina Fineberg