Passover begins on Monday, and if you’d like your matzoh and bitter herbs with a modern twist, book a table for a Seder at one of the local restaurants offering special (but not kosher) menus.
• Jewish dining darling DGS Delicatessen is making its own matzoh, and using the bitter herbs to crust halibut, served with asparagus two ways.
• Gefilte fish is the star of Dino’s five-course menu, along with favorites like matzoh ball soup and chopped chicken liver.
• Equinox pairs Israeli wine with brisket, quinoa, and for dessert, a flourless chocolate cake.
• For a spicier Seder, Rosa Mexicano’s Mexican Passover includes chipotle-marrow matzo ball soup and taco de gribnes, with chicken cracklings and duck egg.