Don’t pass over these two restaurants if you’re looking to dine out on Passover. Which, btw, Monday, April 14.

At Henry’s (16850 Jog Rd., 561/638-1949), West Delray’s iconic modern American restaurant, they’ll be serving up their annual four-course Passover dinner beginning at 5:30 p.m. The $40 per person dinner kicks off with a traditional Sedar plate, then goes on to matzo ball or split pea soup; a choice of appetizer from among gefilte fish, chopped chicken liver and field greens salad; entrees of apricot-glazed half-chicken, braised brisket and honey mustard-glazed salmon; and flourless chocolate cake, dried cranberry and apple matzo cobbler or ice creams/sorbets for dessert.

Boca’s Pavilion Grille (301 Yamato Rd., 561/912-0000) is also serving a special Passover evening meal. The four-course meal is priced at $32.95 for adults and $15.95 for kids 12 and under, with service beginning at 6 p.m. On the menu are matzo ball soup and house salad; a choice of braised brisket, herb-roasted chicken or salmon with orange-ginger beurre blanc for an entree; and sorbet and Passover cookies for dessert. Tea or coffee is also included.