Market Hall Foods’ Catered Passover
What: Sit back, relax, and settle down to a seder dinner courtesy of Market Hall Foods. It’s offering provisions for the entire family in the form of half-pints of house made horseradish, baba ganoush, Moroccan chicken, and plenty of chopped liver.
Details: Place your order online by 12 p.m. on Friday, April 7 — available for pickup at either Market Hall’s Rockridge (5655 College Ave.) or Berkeley (1786 Fourth St.) locations.
Matzo Brei at Bluestem Brasserie
What: Bluestem is adding matzo brei (a passover specialty of matzo fried with eggs) to its Sunday brunch menu as well as chocolate-covered caramelized matzo for dessert.
Details: Matzo brei ($14) is available only during brunch on Sunday, April 16 at Bluestem (1 Yerba Buena Ln., SF).
Perbacco’s Tenth Annual Italian Passover
What: Head over to Perbacco to celebrate the Italian iteration of passover. Chef Staffan Terje and Joyce Goldstein will be cooking up a four course feast of Jewish-styled sweet and sour eggplant, roast chicken breast with apricots, and lamb shank braised with olives.
Details: The dinner takes place at Perbacco (230 California St., SF) for dinner on both Wednesday, April 12 and Thursday, April 13 for $58 per person. Call (415) 955-0663 to reserve.
Wise Sons Deli’s Passover Dinner
What: Tickets to Wise Sons Deli’s sixth annual passover dinner are quickly selling out, so snag yours as soon as possible if you plan to attend on either Tuesday, April 11 or Wednesday, April 12 at 7 p.m. The meal starts off with a reading of the Haggadah with plenty of food to follow. In addition to a traditional seder plate, there will be generous servings of red wine braised brisket, house made gefilte fish, matzo ball soup, and chocolate matzo and coconut macaroons for dessert. However, if you’re craving a Passover home cooked meal minus all the effort, they’re also offering all of these same items catered.
Details: Dinner tickets are $95 at Wise Sons Deli location at 3150 24th St., SF. Check out their catering options here.
Passover Menu at Delfina
What: During passover week, Delfina will be adding several seder-friendly items to its menu including veal tongue dolce-forte, Stoll Family matzoh ball soup with walnut-studded matzoh balls, and brisket.
Details: Items are available at all of Delfina’s locations from Monday, April 10 to Tuesday, April 18. Get the full run down here.
Comal’s Fifth Annual Passover Dinners
What: In honor of Passover, Comal’s chef Matt Gandin is cooking two multi-course, family-style meals to be served in the restaurant’s private dining room. The dinner will incorporate Passover traditions like rice, beans, and corn into Comal’s Mexican-inflected menu. There will be rock cod “gefilte” fish cakes with chipotle aioli, beef brisket in adobo, and caldo de pollo.
Details: Both dinners begin at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 10 and Tuesday, April 11 at Comal (2020 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley). Tickets are $80 per person and can be purchased here.
Matzah and Macarons from Marla Bakery
What: Cook up an entire Passover meal but let Marla Bakery provide the house made organic matzah that’s made using olive oil and sea salt. The bakeshop is offering dessert as well, including flourless chocolate torte with candied oranges and coconut macaroons.
Details: Order items online for pickup at Marla Bakery (3619 Balboa St., SF) on Monday, April 10 through Tuesday, April 18.
Saul’s Seder Supper
What: Saul’s Restaurant and Deli (1475 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley) is cooking up a passover feast for the entire family during the entirety of Passover that includes chicken schnitzel with mango and passionfruit tahina, baked gefilte fish, and matzo and drunk prune kugel.
Details: Dinner reservations are available on April 8 through April 11 or April 14 through April 16. Prix fixe options start at $48 along with a menu for children under 12 for at $20. Get a table here.
Passover-Ready Items from Bi-Rite
What: Bi-Rite is taking the organic, locally-sourced approach to Passover, offering meals that only need a touch of home-prep before they’re read to eat. Choose from items like pre-marinated bone-in leg of lamb or seasoned and grass-fed beef brisket from BN Ranch. Dessert like a flourless cheesecake topped with blueberries and chocolate filled-almond cookies are also available
Details: Select and order from the online menu here.
Canela’s Prix Fixe Passover
What: Canela (2272 Market St., SF) is offering a four course prix fixe Passover menu from Tuesday, April 11 to Tuesday, April 18 starting at 5:30 p.m. every night along with wine pairings. Braised lamb with “Tzimmas” mash, crumb-coated white fish filet, and matzo ball soup are all on the menu.
Details: $65 per person dinner includes wine pairings. Reserve here.
Belcampo Meat Co.’s Ready-To-Cook Main Courses
What: Keep your Passover preparations light by picking up your main course from Belcampo Meat Co. which is offering ready-to-cook brisket, leg of lamb, or glazed ham. They’re also featuring several pre-made side dishes as accompaniment, like seared carrots, roasted potatoes with herbs, broccolini and fennel, and green beans with almonds.
Details: Order online and pick up from either Belcampo’s Larkspur, Palo Alto, or Russian Hill locations.
Passover Prix Fixe at Millennium
What: Millennium (5912 College Ave., Oakland) is hosting two nights of Passover feasting on Monday, April 10 and Tuesday, April 11 with a five-course meal that features Shepard’s pie as its main course. Appetizers include a seder plate, grilled asparagus salad, matzoh ball soup, and there’s flourless chocolate torte for dessert.
Details: Reservations are available from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Each prix fixe meal is $55 per person.