The eight-day festival of Passover kicks off after sundown on Wednesday, April 5. Passover in Boston is often celebrated with special menus and seders around the city.
Many religious and cultural celebrations are partly food-centric, and Passover is no different! From this local Needham chocolatier celebrating with Passover chocolates to special seders and more, below is your guide to all the Passover menus happening in Boston:
Clover Food Lab, Multiple locations and delivery
Vegetarian staple, Clover Food Lab, is offering special seder boxes that you can pick up or have delivered to your door. The fresh box includes matzo fluffernutters, chopped liver, eggs, root veggie borscht, soup, kugel and more!
This chocolate shop is serving special kosher for Passover jewels and gems! The chocolates come in a variety of flavors in addition to elevated packaging-making them a lovely seder host gift! You can shop these chocolates online or opt for local pickup in Needham.
Recently named one of the best hotel porches in America, this charming inn will create a Passover-themed menu served daily all throughout the special week. From 5 PM until 8 PM you can enjoy matzo ball soup, sumac chicken with harissa yogurt, Matzo tiramisu and more!
2027 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA 02421
Mamaleh’s, Multiple Locations and delivery
Mamaleh’s has everything you need in a seder kit, plus some. They’re offering multiple unique pickup locations, with some even in the Greater Boston area. Stock up on chopped liver, whitefish salad, latkes, brisket, matzo ball soup, and more.
Hummus v’Hummus, Chestnut Hill
For dessert, the recently opened Chestnut Hill fast-casual spot is offering gluten-free coconut macarons. You can opt for regulars or get the ones doused in a chocolate glaze. Yum!
3A Boylston St, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467