If you’re travelling and not able to be with your family for Passover (March 25 through April 2) or simply don’t want to cook and clean up at home, here are a few ideas for you:
Take a matzo factory tour at Streit’s Matzo Factory. Aron Streit began making matzo by hand on the Lower East Side in 1916, and his grandchildren and great-grandchildren continue to carry on that tradition at the Rivington Street bakery.
Talia’s, a kosher steakhouse on the Upper West Side is having several Seder seatings on both nights.
Balaboosta on Mulberry street will host a second night Seder on the 26th. Chef David Tanis (a New York Times columnist) and Pastry Chef Keren Weiner (of Il Buco) will join forces on the five course dinner, including wine pairings and live music.
A Seder fit for foodies is available on the second night at the James Beard Foundation. Chef Joe Dobias and mixologist Jill Schulster will present an extravagant five course dinner, along with hors d’ouvres, complete with wine pairings.
If these suggestions don’t suit you, log into chabad.org, pop in your zip code and voila, a list of Seders nearby will pop up!
Good Pesach, everyone!