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Passover in DC

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A few years back, I attended a Passover dinner at Spago in Chicago. The menu was modern (non-kosher) interpretations of traditional jewish foods paired with Austrailian passover wines. They also had a non-religious service in english lead by a spiritual adviser to Wolfgang's daughter who was the GM. My goyish friends and I had a blast. Anything like this in DC?

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Dino's Passover meal is great.

I thought of that too, but of the 4 criteria requested (Passover-inspired foods, kosher wines, service, and rabbi-type), Dino provides only the first...

Equinox and Hudson last year also did Passover-style menus, but I don't remember hearing anything about an event associated with their meals either.

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Brett, Daniel and Grover, Thanks! Those are all great options. Dean Gold (Dino) has it listed as "Ella's Passover Dinner" on his website. I will call Todd Gray (Equinox)and Allan Popovsky (Hudson) since they don't have them advertized and report back.

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We have plenty of customers who conduct their own seders. We will privide seder plates on request but its strictly BYOH.

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When is passover and what's Dean serving?
This year Passover begins April 8th and continues for seven days . On the first and second nights observant jews have a formal dinner called a Seder and for the rest of the holiday they avoid certain "leavened" foods like bread.

From Dino's website: My Mother Ella was famous for her Passover dinners. Even when the various branches of our family were not talking to each other, we always had a full house at the Gold's! We will be offering her favorites: haroset, chopped chicken liver, matzoh ball soup, gefilte fish, your choice of lamb, roast chicken or fish and special passover treats for dessert. Our 5 course feast is $55 per person, $25 for kids. We will have a flight of 4 glasses of wine (not kosher!) to accompany your meal for $30. If you wish to celebrate Seder with us for the first two nights, please bring your own Haggadah and we will provide the Seder plate!

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