Like 2020, this year’s Passover might involve yet another Zoom seder and less gathering than you’re used to - but there are still other ways to celebrate the holiday at home, like with an excellent meal from one of these SF and East Bay restaurants. Here are nine spots where you can order everything from brisket and seder plates to Manischewitz sangria for takeout, delivery, or dine-in.
One Market Restaurant
One Market’s four-course Passover meal comes with matzo ball soup, smoked brisket, and flourless chocolate cake. It’s $59 per person (they also have a smaller kid’s-sized version for $29), and you can pick it up on March 27th or between March 31st and April 3rd. There’s also the option to add on loaded latkes from their New York deli pop-up, Mark ’n Mike’s. Pre-order here.
Whether you’re looking for chopped liver, potato kugel, brisket, or coconut macaroons, Wise Sons has you covered. Orders must be placed here by 12pm two days in advance for delivery or pick up at any of their Bay Area locations. Wise Sons also offers national shipping for their Passover Package (it includes brisket, chicken soup, and potato kugel, and serves four), and a downloadable Haggadah for your seder.
Boichik Bagels in Berkeley is selling matzo bark (matzo covered in house-made caramel, chocolate, almonds, and sea salt), matzo, and horseradish for Passover. Note that they’ll be closed March 27th to April 6th, so make sure to plan ahead, and pre-order for pick up here.
Canela Bistro & Wine Bar
For $59 per person, you can order Canela’s four-course Passover dinner. You’ll get apple-pecan charoset, egg salad, and horseradish dip with matzo, as well as matzo ball soup, and roasted duck breast or white fish filet. You can also add on braised lamb shank or Manischewitz sangria. Pre-order here for pick up or delivery March 26th to April 4th, or make a reservation for dine-in between March 27th to April 4th here.
Walk up to order wood-fired matzo and matzo ball soup from Daily Driver’s Dogpatch and Ferry Building locations between March 26th and April 3rd. If you’d rather pre-order, you can do that here. Pick up days are March 27th and April 3rd.
For Passover, Che Fico has a set menu (it’s $200 and serves four), which includes matzo ball soup, brisket, potatoes, and cabbage. The vegetarian option comes with stuffed peppers instead of brisket. If you’d rather order dishes a la carte, you can do that too. Order online for pick up on March 27th.
Pomella in Oakland is offering a seder meal that serves four for pick up, delivery, or outdoor dining. It’s $240 and comes with everything from brisket tagine and potato shallot kugel to a seder plate with charoset, hazeret, lamb shank bone, parsley, lettuce, hard-boiled eggs, and matzo. Pomella also has add-ons like matzo brittle topped with caramel, chocolate, almonds, and sea salt, and a pistachio pavlova. Order ahead here.
Saul's Restaurant & Deli
The Berkeley deli has everything you need for a massive spread at home, from chopped liver and gefilte fish to matzo ball soup and a seder plate with their house-made matzo. Place orders online 48 hours in advance, or in person or over the phone 72 hours in advance. Pickups are March 24th to the 27th.
Perbacco’s three-course Passover dinner is $78, serves two, and comes with roasted beets, matzo ball soup, and roasted chicken. Pick up days are March 27th and 28th. If you want one, you’ll have to pre-order here by March 25th at 5pm. Items off their a la carte Passover menu are also available for pick up or dine-in March 27th to April 3rd.