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DReats Apr 3, 2012 12:13 PM

Anyone have suggestions for restaurants serving Passover friendly meals not for the Sedar but during the week. Does not need to be Kosher, just offer options.

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    GilaB RE: DReats Apr 3, 2012 12:37 PM

    This isn't the best place to ask about non-Kosher 'Passover menu' options; you might want to try the general NYC board for that.
    For Kosher restaurants that will be open on Passover (some for Seders, some only during chol hamoed, M-Th next week), see this thread: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/838640

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      DReats RE: GilaB Apr 3, 2012 12:54 PM

      Thanks. I am new to the boards and I posted on the general Manhattan board and someone suggested I try the Kosher board.

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        koshergourmetmart RE: DReats Apr 3, 2012 12:55 PM

        for dessert-screme gelato is open and has kosher for passover gelato/sorbet.

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          DeisCane RE: DReats Apr 3, 2012 01:16 PM

          Many restaurants on the UWS have matzoh. I'm not sure what else you're looking for.

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        AdinaA RE: DReats Apr 3, 2012 02:23 PM

        You're in Manhattan. There are great Kosher restaurants that stay open on Pesach. why not just go to one of them? Like the new tapas place, here's their passover menu: http://ladinogrill.com/passover.html

        koshertopia.com has a pretty good list

        Many , most?, Manhattan restaurants are online. So you should be able to check out restaurants and find ones that meet whatever limits you choose to set.

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          avitrek RE: DReats Apr 3, 2012 07:04 PM

          Depends what you mean by friendly and how non-kosher you would go. Steak and potatoes is "passover friendly", as are most roast chicken recipes. In fact, lobster is "passover friendly" in that it contains no chametz, although it is clearly super-non kosher.

          Without knowing what your standards are, all we can offer are certified kosher options. Also, as others have said, if you want non-kosher options your best bet is the general NY board.

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            ahuva RE: DReats Apr 3, 2012 07:30 PM

            Prime Grill and Solo restaurants will be k for p -

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