BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you are looking for a hyper-speed way to celebrate Passover without spending the entire day in the kitchen, consider what is becoming an annual tradition from our friends at Rapoport’s restaurant group:
Rapoport’s Restaurant Group provides a convenient, stress-free option for this year’s Seder with its Passover To Go menu. A la carte to-go items tailored to the traditional Jewish meal include a Seder plate, soup, appetizers, entrée and desserts with convenient pickup at Henry’s, well known for its annual Passover dinner.
“We introduced Passover To Go last year and due to its success with patrons, we’re bringing it back again this season,” says President Burt Rapoport. “With our Passover dinner, everyone can enjoy a meal at home with their family without spending hours in the kitchen.”
Comprising all the essentials of the traditional Passover meal, Passover To Go allows guests to pre-order their favorites for a hassle-free evening with friends and family. Menu offerings include Matzo Ball and Magical Split Pea Soup; appetizer options including Gefilte Fish and Classic Chopped Chicken Liver; and entrée choices such as Apricot Glazed Half Chicken and Grandma’s First Cut Brisket of Beef complete with au jus. Sides include Potato Latkes, Beet Horseradish, or Matzo Balls, among others. Of course, a holiday dinner wouldn’t be complete without dessert, so indulge in Chocolate Mousse Pie or Matzo Apple Cinnamon Pie—or both!
All orders must be placed by Friday, April 11, at 2 p.m., and those who place orders of $100 or more will receive a complimentary Seder Plate. Pickup will be at Henry’s at The Shoppes at Addison Place, 16850 Jog Road, Delray Beach, on Monday, April 14, by 3 p.m. To place your order, please call 561.826.1790.
Area residents who prefer to dine out for Passover will find plenty of tempting offers from Rapoport’s restaurants. For just $39 per person, the annual four-course Passover dinner at Henry’s is a local favorite, complete with traditional Seder Plate; Matzo Ball Soup; and choice of classic appetizers, entrees and desserts. Reservations are highly recommended; call 561.638.1949.
Stray from the traditional Jewish holiday offerings and enjoy dinner or drinks at Rapoport’s waterfront location, Deck 84, in Delray Beach; opt for a pre- or post-movie dinner at Bogart’s Bar & Grille on the Premier Level at Cinemark Palace 20 in Boca Raton; or head west and grab a bite at Burt & Max’s in the Delray Marketplace on Atlantic Avenue and Lyons Road.
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