12 Kosher For Passover Restaurants In Nyc

No chametz? No problem.

So you’ve decided to keep Passover this year - Mazal Tov! It might be a challenge forgoing your usual lunchtime Seamless order (or even worse, if your office orders free lunch for everyone). But if you think brown bagging a matzah sandwich and a chocolate lollycone is your only option this Passover, let the following list free you from your bondage. A variety of Glatt Kosher restaurants in Manhattan are going totally K for P this year, and are staying open for dine-in and take-out all week. For those who don't work on the isle, Brooklyn has you covered with a couple of leaven-free spots. Here are twelve great places you can hit up that will get your mind off of that chametz:

1. Abigael’s On Broadway

This huge Kosher restaurant is offering a special gourmet menu this Passover, featuring traditional and eclectic options. Abigael’s On Broadway will be open next week on Monday - Wednesday from 12pm - 11pm, and Thursday from 12pm - 3pm.

1407 Broadway at 39th Street.

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2. Blueberry Cafe

This Kosher cafe, located in Midwood, Brooklyn, is run by Israelis. Blueberry Cafe has a special Kosher for Passover menu this year, and their hours next week are Monday - Wednesday from 8am - Midnight, andThursday from 8am - 4pm.

1618 Avenue M, Brooklyn.

facebook.com/pages/Blueberry-Cafe-And-Restaurant

3. Butterfish

This new-age Japanese sushi restaurant is under Orthodox Union Kosher supervision, and their menu ranges from affordable sushi dishes to fancier grilled entrees. Butterfish will be open during its regular hours this Passover: Sunday - Thursday from 11:30am - 10:30pm, and Friday from 11:30am - 2:00pm.

550 Madison Avenue at 55th Street.

butterfishny.com

4. Colbeh

This Kosher Mediterranean grill features Persian cuisine and sushi, and they also offer take-out. Colbeh will be open with special Passover hours: Monday - Wednesday from 10am - Midnight, Thursday from 10am - 4pm, and Friday from 10am - 5pm.

32 West 39th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues.

colbeh.com

5. Eighteen Restaurant

This Glatt Kosher restaurant offers American food, Mediterranean food, and sushi. Their Passover menu is a little pricey, but they are offering a wide variety, and even have a kids menu. They’ll be open Monday - Wednesday from 12pm - 9:45pm.

240 East 81st Street off 2nd Avenue.

eighteenrestaurant.com

6. Le Marais

This fancy Kosher Steakhouse’s special Passover menu is already up on their website, and it sounds delicious. La Marais will be open next week on Monday - Wednesday from 11am - Midnight, and Thursday from 11am - 3pm.

150 W 46th Street between 6th & 7th Avenues.

lemarais.net

7. Mendy’s East and Mendy’s Rockefeller Plaza

NYC’s classic Kosher deli has a big and budget-friendly menu, and will have two locations open next week. Mendy’s East will be open on Monday - Wednesday from 8am - 10pm, and Thursday from 8am - 4pm. Mendy's Rockefeller Plaza will be open Monday - Wednesday from 10am - 7:30pm, and Thursday from 10am - 4pm.

Mendy’s East: 61 East 34th Street at Park Avenue.

Mendy’s Rockefeller Plaza: 10 Rockefeller Plaza/37 West 48th Street.

mendysdeli.com

8. Mr. Broadway

This modern Glatt Kosher bar and grill already has their Passover menu on their website - and even better, a special Passover take-out menu. Their take-out option is perfect for a quick salad or burger. Mr. Broadway’s hours for Passover are next Monday - Wednesday from 11am - Midnight, and Thursday from 11am - 4pm.

1372 Broadway at 38th Street.

mrbroadwaykosher.com

9. Prime Butcher Baker

This Orthodox Union butcher and baker doesn’t have eat-in dining, but is a great option for take-out this Passover. A variety of soups, salads, entrees, and desserts are available for pick-up next week. Prime Butcher Baker will be open on Monday and Tuesday from 8am - 8pm, Wednesday from 8am - 9pm, and Thursday from 8am - 3pm.

1572 Second Avenue, between 81st & 82nd Streets.

primebutcherbaker.com

10. The Prime Grill

This restaurant is “where Kosher beckons the cool crowd,” according to the New York Times. The Prime Grill is offering a K for P version of their usual menu this Passover. It’s on the expensive side, but you deserve a treat for giving up chametz all week! The Prime Grill will be open Monday - Wednesday from 12pm - 2pm for lunch, and 5:30pm - 11pm for dinner.

25 West 56th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues.

theprimegrill.com

11. Taam Tov

Not only will this Kosher Mediterranean restaurant make you feel like you’re in Israel, but they also deliver. Let my people stay on the couch am I right? Orders can be placed on their website. Their hours this Passover are next Monday - Wednesday from 10am - 11pm, and Thursday from 10am - 2pm.

41 West 47th Street, 3rd Floor, between 5th and 6th Avenues - elevator at 39 W. 47th Street.

ordertaamtov.com

12. T-Fusion Steakhouse

"Brooklyn's Finest Kosher Steakhouse," located in Marine Park, Brooklyn, is offering a large Kosher for Pesach menu this year, which is already posted on their website. If the steak seems a little pricy, consider making a meal of their well-priced apps and sides! T-Fusion Steakhouse will be open next week on Monday - Wednesday from 11am - 10:30pm.

3223 Quentin Rd, Brooklyn.

tfusionsteakhouse.com

If none of these take-out options are close enough to your office for lunch, treat yourself to one of the more upscale options for dinner, and bring the leftovers to work the next day - after making sure the office microwave is up to Passover snuff, of course.

Chag Sameach!

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