This Friday marks the first time in many years that both the Christian holiday Good Friday and the start of Jewish Passover have fallen on the same day.
While several restaurants will serve meals ranging from traditional to contemporary, the five listed below get our vote for best take on the seder.
The holiday celebrates the Israelites’ exodus from years of slavery in Egypt.
A pre-Passover Seder was held on Long Island this week for nearly 100 Holocaust survivors.
Passover is an eight-day festival where Jews mark the exodus from slavery in ancient Egypt.
It may be a religious tradition that is thousands of years old, but there is nothing old-fashioned about Passover, which starts this coming Monday evening.
At sundown Friday, Jews across the Tri-State Area will sit down and celebrate the holiday of Passover. The holiday celebrates the Jewish people’s exodus from slavery in Egypt.
Add to the four questions a fifth. Is grain-like and gluten-free quinoa Kosher for Passover?
Jews marking the eight-day remembrance of the ancient Israelites leaving Egypt after being freed from slavery must sanctify their homes.
Virtualseder.com hopes to get people around the Passover table through social media. It allows users to host a Passover dinner for $36 a table.