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Community Seders?

jasmine Mar 24, 2009 02:08 PM

Anyone know of any restaurants that are holding "community seder?" (e.g., where singles can go and not feel out of place). Doesn't have to be kosher - I know that Savoy usually does a passover dinner but am wondering if there are other places? Thanks.

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    Stuffed Monkey RE: jasmine Mar 24, 2009 04:21 PM

    Danal does one as well.

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      fredid RE: jasmine Mar 26, 2009 12:50 PM

      Of course, you could also call around to shuls (synagogues) like Ansche Chesed, Lincoln Square, or for a secular version, try Workman's Circle...

      1. BackyardChef RE: jasmine Mar 23, 2012 03:43 PM

        I think this is where we will go this year. I have always heard nice things and have many friends that have been recommending....This is from their email....:

        Congregation Beth Elohim offers a great community seder on the second night of Passover that is fun and inviting. It is a delicious catered meal, it is led by a Rabbi but it isn't too formal or intimidating.

        City and State: Brooklyn, New York (Park Slope)
        Location: Congregation Beth Elohim
        Organization/Type of Seder:Community Seder
        Date and time: April 7, 5:30 PM
        Cost: $85 for adult non-members & $55 for children non-members; $75 for adult members & $45 for member children
        Contact information: http://congregationbethelohim.org/new... or Amy Daly-Fisher 718-768-3814 x207

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