Chicago Passover 2019 Guide
Passover 2019 is here and Chicago is, well Chicago is probably not ready for it. Get ready for lines at The Jewel, last minute RSVP’s for Seder and endless chocolate matzah.
When is Passover 2019?
Passover 2019 begins Friday April 19th and 20th. After two nights of Seders, the holiday continues for the next week.
When does Passover 2019 end?
Passover 2019 ends Saturday April 27th 2019
Honestly, you can buy Kosher for Passover food a lot of places in Chicago. Costco, Walmart, Jewel-Osco, Mariano’s, and Whole Foods. Click the link to see more details and plan your trip, or get ready to hit up InstaCart.
Be careful when you are shopping, some traditions allow Kitniyot, but some people still don’t eat it. Learn more from Rabbi David Russo and figure out which one you are before you go shopping.
Rabbi Jeff Stombaugh has your back with some epic Passover pro-tips for Passover beginners and experts.
Also, wine, don’t forget about wine. You are supposed to drink 4 cups but Jaclyn Nagel has some advice on drinking wine during Passover that will make you the hit of your seder. If you bring wine, you know there will be enough.
Passover Events in Chicago
While you may think that two seders in one week may be enough, there are a ton of Passover Events in Chicago to keep your mind of that sweet-sweet deep dish pizza waiting for you on the other side.
Passover Seder Night 1
Passover Chol HaMoed
Break the Bread-Fast
From Slavery to Redemption, Stay Gluten Free