Once the leftovers are gone, it starts to feel like it might be the end. Save the hassle and order in meals this Passover from local restaurants.
No, GrubHub and UberEats does not have a “Passover” filter this week so we decided to create a list to help you cook less, eat more, and support local Jewish businesses.
Check out the ChiTribe Grocery Guide for shopping needs, but here is a one stop shop for Passover made easy, delicious and sometimes…delivered.
Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants
Get the food and the points this Passover. Many of their restaurants have Passover Menus and are even hosting seders. You can go in or stay home and have your seder catered for you. Some highlights include Israeli Ema and Aba with special flourless chocolate tahini tart, Booth One’shomemade gefilte fish and vegetarian chopped liver.
840 N. Wabash Ave. 312-944-8400
If you’re not feeling the usual matzo ball soup, this Gold Coast bistro will offer a prix fixe menu for dinner from Monday, April 10 to Tuesday, April 18. Offerings include a warm asparagus salad with artisanal burrata cheese, housemade foie gras and foie blond mousse with arugula and apple salad, a fish of the day with fennel shaving salad or a glazed beef short rib. $39 per person.
Goddess and Grocer
Available Friday, April 7 to Tuesday, April 18. Various locations
Get your Passover to go with a catering menu from Goddess and Grocer, with twists on each dish that’ll make it hard for you to ever go back to traditional dinners. Lemon pomegranate beef brisket and matzo-crusted chicken breast are just two of the delicious updates your Passover meal will get.
Jerry’s Andersonville 5419 N. Clark St. 773-796-3777
If you’re looking for a more casual meal for the holiday, Jerry’s will be offering additions to its menu from Monday, April 10 to Monday, April 17, including chicken soup with matzo balls ($4 or $6), Jewish style brisket and house cured salmon sandwiches (each $14). Sandwiches can be served on matzo or as a salad.
Frankie’s 5th Floor Pizzeria and Frankie’s Scaloppine 900 N. Michigan Ave. 312-266-2500
If you’re hoping to enjoy the comfort of a Passover meal in your home without the prep, Frankie’s is the spot for you. Take your Passover dinner to go from Frankie’s Scaloppine once you place your orders no later than Friday, April 7. The multi-course meal can also be enjoyed in-house at $39.95 per person. 5-8:30 p.m.
Bagel Restaurant & Deli 3107 N. Broadway, Chicago
All week of Passover….Passover Matzo Ball soup, chopped liver, matzo brie and more!
Manny’s Cafe & Delicatessen 1141 S. Jefferson, Chicago
All the favorites plus gefilte fish, chopped liver, matzo ball soup, and all the matzo you can eat. Menu located here.
Under Seasonal “Cafe de Olla Flourless Cake” #glutenfree
Check out the ChiTribe Instagram to see how delicious this cake looks
Classic Northbrook, enough said. Go there.
Marianos, 3358 W. Touhy, Chicago– has a grill in back to get meat
University of Chicago– The Baker Dining Commons kosher Station & Uof C dining hall
Azzari at Jewel– Kosher Jewel is as good as they say. 2485 Howard, Chicago
Hungarian– It is everything. 4020 Oakton Street, Skokie
Compiled by Becky Adelberg
Everything Passover from seders to shopping on the Passover Guide