A dozen or so D.C. restaurants typically host a Passover prix fixe, but dining restrictions in place during the coronavirus outbreak mean that the holiday will have to be celebrated at home this year. Carryout and delivery, however, are still up and running for hosts who are nervous about preparing meals for their own Seder, the ceremonial meal that tell the story of the Jewish exodus from Egypt.
Teddy and the Bully bar is a regular on the Passover circuit, but it’s closed during the pandemic. After rebooting its bagel business for carryout, Call Your Mother rolled out a Passover menu with boxes of matzo brittle and flourless brownie cake that already sold out.
Here are 13 area restaurants preparing Passover meals, including those offering specials for the first two nights, when most seders are held.Read More