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Get your matzo ball soup, (plus your whole Passover feast) to-go from L&W Market in Bridgehampton. (Photo credit: Jason Weiner)

Passover week is upon us, beginning on Monday, April 22. And while we may be more than familiar with all the beloved fixings, from the Matzo soup to the charoset and beitzah, you may not be up for cooking this year. Rest easy. East End restaurants have curated Passover menus with the tried, true and traditional favorites. Most are takeout, allowing you to have an intimate meal in the comfort of your own home fit to feed your brood and then some. However, a dine-in option is also available during the week (read: no clean-up).

Raise a glass to these South Fork restaurants serving Passover dinner so you don’t have to.

Sydney’s “Taylor” Made in Westhampton Beach offers a full to-go menu.(Photo credit: Sydney Blydenburgh)

L & W Market, 2493 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, 631-537-1123

Have an intimate but generous feast at home with L&W Market’s holiday takeout menu. The appetizers alone are enough to have you ordering a meal. Think Grandma Weiner’s chopped liver, charoset that deliciously blends Channing Daughters Vervino with craisins (and figs, apricots….) and a Seder plate (yes, shank bone included). Mains include brisket, a whole roasted chicken, and dense, indulgent chocolate and almond macaroons, which breathe a whole new life into Kosher dessert. Orders must be placed online at by Saturday, April 20, and can be picked up on Monday, April 22 and Tuesday, April 23.

Rowdy Hall, 177 Main St., Amagansett, 631-324-8555

While the fine folks at Amagansett’s Rowdy Hall are no strangers to bringing upscale pub food to South Fork diners, they’re also serve as your friendly neighborhood pub for all your dine-in Passover needs. Specials are slated to run on Monday, April 22, and Tuesday, April 23 with a la carte offerings like Matzo ball soup, a sweet-meets-savory brisket with root vegetable puree and coconut custard with strawberry compote and coconut flakes for dessert. Traditional pub grub like burgers and French onion soup will also be available for crowds, featuring a mix of observers and non-observers of Passover.

Sydney’s “Taylor” Made Cuisine, 32 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach, 631-288-4722

A country market with outdoor seating and a cozy fireplace, plus a full-service caterer, this Westhampton Beach spot is leaning into the latter for Passover. A generous take-home menu includes everything from potato latkes and pancakes to pan-roasted chicken and Kosher-for-Passover flourless chocolate cake. Orders can be placed via email at [email protected].

Chef Arie’s latkes will be served as part of Bistro Ete’s Passover menu. (Photo credit: Eric Striffler)

Citarella, Multiple locations

When dinner plans call for parties or at-home affairs in the summer, Citarella’s gourmet market has long been a no-brainer stop for East End locals and vacationers alike. This Passover, Citarella will once again offer a Passover feast prepared by pro chefs. A Seder plate with hard-boiled eggs, whitefish spread, multiple soups (including Matzo ball) and fish packages are among the Passover specialty items available. Hand-trimmed braised prime-cut beef brisket and a whole poached salmon are two of the available entrees, which can come with sides like applesauce and potato kugel or pancakes. Kosher finales include almond cookies, macaroons and flourless chocolate cake. The market will also have the perfect add-on items stocked on the shelves, like trout caviar and fruit bowls. Orders should be placed at least three days before the desired feast.

Bistro Ete, 760 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, 631-500-9085

Tzimmies? Check. A pint of matzo ball soup and a charcoal rotisserie chicken for two with a pair of sides? Check and check. These quintessential dishes are among the offerings on the to-go Passover menu provided by this Water Mill gem loved for its typical French coastal cuisine. The meals promise to be “easily reheatable,” and Bistro Ete is requesting people order ahead for an April 22 meal.