The nationally acclaimed Zahav will host Passover feasts from April 18-26. The menu will feature new twists on classic Jewish dishes, as well as Israeli-inspired dishes.
Chef Solomonov uses his Israeli roots as inspiration for his zesty dishes, and this Passover he’s inspired by the holiday’s core message.
“Passover is a time of celebration and remembrance, and both of those things are best done over a great meal, surrounded by family and friends,” says Chef Solomonov. “I hope that our guests – Jewish or not – will join us and bring their loved ones with them to experience this special meal.”
This year, the Passover Mesibah will include salatim and hummus complimented by handmade matzah, Gelfilte fish with fiddleheads and artichokes, and brisket “Mina,” a complimented with coffee, morsels and chorset jus.
The menu is priced at $42/person, not including tax or gratuity. Make your reservation today:
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