Monday, December 4, 2023

Passover Dining Destinations

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.

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