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What is available for Passover dinner near Beverly Hills first or second night?

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We will be in Los Angeles (staying at Beverly Wilshire) . Questions:

1) Does Spago do a Seder for either the first night (Monday, 3/29) or second night (Tuesday, 3/30)? If so how is the experience?
2) Any other sugggestions? Need to be relatively close 3-5 miles from the Beverly Wilshire.

Thank You!!

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  1. Jar, which is just east of Beverly Hills, will do a seder on the first night. http://www.thejar.com/jar_news.html

    I don't see anything on the Spago website that mentions a seder, but it is a tradition, so I assume they will do it this year. You may want to call the restaurant and ask.

    1. Here's a link to what I have found. We have reservations at Akasha the first night.
      http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/504319

      1. Angeli on Melrose usually does a Sedar.

          1. re: Fresser

            Angeli's Passover dinner this year is on Thursday April 1st. Not on the first two nights.
            http://www.angelicaffe.com/

          2. Spago is having a seder the second night-March 30. It is at 6pm. The food is always delicious and the service is fabulous. The cost is 175.00 per person. We've been going for 7 years.