Staying in town for Easter or Passover? These local restaurants have you covered. Passover begins April 14 and continues until sundown April 22; Easter Sunday is April 20.
• At Fiola, a special Passover menu will celebrate Jewish-Italian dishes, like grilled branzino and almond meringue cookies, from April 15-22.
• For a Passover seder of a different flavor, Rosa Mexicano brings back its Mexican Passover from April 14-22, with dishes like matzo ball pozole soup and sangria charoset.
• DGS will kick off Passover with a family-style spit-roasted lamb dinner on April 13, the eve of Passover, for $35. On April 14-20, they'll offer a four-course Passover dinner for $45 (add $20 for wine pairings): bone marrow matzo ball soup, seared rockfish with a "bitter herb" broth, roasted lamb with a black olive jus and a charoset cake with caramel.
• Likewise, Georgetown Cupcake caters to those observing Passover with macaroons, which can be drizzled with chocolate or caramel.
• Equinox's Passover seder this year is a farm-to-table spread, incorporating the traditions detailed in Chef Todd Gray and Ellen Kassoff Gray's book, "The New Jewish Table." It will be held April 14 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $90.
• From April 14-27, Kapnos will be showcasing a rotating array of traditional Greek Easter dishes such as Creatan snails with fava beans and orange zest, and karidopita, a dessert with walnuts, pistachios and tangerines. Certain menu items, like sweet tsoureki Easter bread, will also be available to pre-order for celebrations at home.
• At Zaytinya, Greek Easter is a two-week festival, beginning with brunch on April 20 and culminating in an outdoor market on May 3. Throughout the two-week period, they'll be paying tribute to traditional Greek Easter dishes like loukoumades, fritters soaked in a honey-lemon syrup.
• Iron Gate's first Greek Easter brunch, $65, will focus on family-style dishes like goat's-milk feta pie, and lamb rotisserie. For dessert? Pistachio and cocoa-nib baklava.
• Teddy and the Bully Bar's brunch, $55, offers up carving and omelet stations, but more importantly: an ice cream station with flavors including BACON ICE CREAM.
• Also in Easter novelties: Pinstripes, the bowling-and-bocce restaurant in Georgetown, is making homemade Peeps to go with its Easter brunch, $30 per adult and $15 per child. They'll also be hosting an Easter egg hunt, beginning at 11 a.m. on April 20.
• Brabo jumps into the Easter brunch game with country ham and crab-cake benedict, and carrot cake for dessert. The three course prix-fixe menu is $60 per person.
• The Grill Room's Easter brunch, served via trolleys passing through the room, will offer chopped lobster salad and whiskey-cured salmon, as well as leg of lamb. It's $95 per person, $30 for children.