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There’s a pleasing palate of Passover options at L&W Market. (Photo credit: Doug Young)

Whether you’re looking for a night out to ply yourself with Passover favorites or want to stay home for a cozy family seder, you’ve got options on the East End. Matzo ball soup, roast chicken, kugel and the rest of the culinary clan are all available for the taking—no chopped liver here (well, unless you want it; there’s plenty to be had). You just need to decide if you’re hankering for take-out or a dine-in experience for the celebration beginning April 6th. Pesach sameach!

Wishbone Farms

54 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-259-5333

The warm, soothing sensation of eating chef Eva Lebowitz Pesantez’s matzoh ball soup is not to be missed! (Photo courtesy of Wishbone Farms)

Veteran South Fork chef Eva Lebowitz Pesantez puts a whole lot of love into the warming, homey dishes she prepares for hungry take-out crowds at Wishbone Farms. Her Passover menu is no exception, and is choc-a-block with irresistible dishes for a full-on, table-packed seder for the record books, with stunning touches of flavor and texture that will elevate your meal to the next level. Think harissa-kissed brisket with apricots, pastrami-rubbed smoke salmon, honey roasted carrots and red-wine poached pears with shortbread.  

Rowdy Hall

10 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-8555

Get your Passover pub grub fix by heading over to Rowdy Hall for a rib-sticking selection of traditional seder dinner options, like Ed’s Matzo Ball Soup, tender red wine-braised brisket with roasted root veggies and cloud-like whipped sweet potato puree and (yay!) chocolate dipped coconut macaroons.

L&W Market

2493 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-1123

Jason Weiner’s deviled eggs are as scrumptious as they are pretty. (Photo credit: Lindsay Morris)

It’s not too late! Place your order by Monday, April 3rd for Wednesday, April 5th pick-up, and Jason Weiner and his crew will provide you with a seder feast for the senses (including his grandma’s recipes for chopped liver). Charoset packed with figs, apricots, apples and raisin, deviled eggs, smoked paprika and garlic rubbed whole roasted chicken and wine-braised tender brisket are just a few of the fanciful dishes to delight.


multiple locations, 631-283-6600

You can go the a la carte route, but why not just let Citarella make the entire tzimmes to kugel feast for you and your crew? With an option for a full meal for four or for eight, Citarella will pack your pre-made seder meal with matzoh, choppen chicken liver, matzoh ball soup, tzimmes, gefilte fish, red horseradish, brisket and gravy, sauteed string beans, potato kugel, haroseth and chocolate flourless cake and a multitude of coconut macaroons. Order online here.