Passover begins April 3, and several restaurants are offering menus for the occasion, including more traditional interpretations and more modern options. Here are some destinations for those ready to make a reservations.
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*BLT Steak will offer a Passover menu for eight nights. They'll have both a la carte options and a $60 tasting menu. Dishes include lamb shank with mint pesto, a macaroon plate and more. Menus here.
*Teddy & the Bully Bar is planning a Passover seder on April 3 and 4. It's $52 per person or a la carte. Gefilte fish pave, herring brandade and chicken liver-stuffed deviled eggs are among the options. Menu here.
*Star & Shamrock is hosting a five-year anniversary Passover Party April 4, with entertainment, contests and twists on traditional dishes. Details have not yet been announced. UPDATE: A rep says they'll host a "Lamb-a-palooza" over Passover and Easter weekend (April 3-5). The dinner will have lamb chops, Mediterranean lamb sausage and a brunch lamb burger served with a sunny side-up egg as well as A "Guilt Chaser" cocktail (a Manischewitz and Irish whiskey based recipe) and kosher wine specials.
*DGS Delicatessen will offer its Passover menu for a week. It's $45 per person with matzoh ball soup, striped bass, lamb with white beans and an apple rhubarb crumble.
*Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab has a three-course menu with choices like brisket, striped bass in papillote and matzoh ball soup. It's priced at $45.95 per person and available April 3 and 4.
*Logan Tavern will host a Seder on April 3 and 4 with two seatings each night priced at $40 per person. Dishes include red-wine braised brisket, matzo-meal fried eggplant and more. Reservations are required.
*Equinox will host a seder on April 3 for $50 per person with dishes such as matzoh ball soup and toasted barley risotto. Many recipes are from the Grays' cookbook, The New Jewish Table.
*Not quite a restaurant, but still a chef-driven option: Sixth & I is still working out the details, but plans to host two "Matzah Meals" with chef Renee Peres. They'll be certified kosher and held on April 6 and 8 ($18 in advance, $22 at door).
*Here's the Passover menu at Dino's Grotto, a $59 feast available April 3-10. Leek fritters, chopped liver braised veal breast and more. It's $49 if you reserve before 6 p.m.
*And here's the Passover menu for Fiola D.C., which is serving up a $70 multi-course menu April 7-11.