Your East Bay Passover Feasting Guide
Seder suppers that are restaurant-ready
Comal’s Fifth Annual Passover Dinners
What: In honor of Passover, Comal’s chef Matt Gandin is cooking two multi-course, family-style meals to be served in the restaurant’s private dining room. The dinner will incorporate Passover traditions like rice, beans, and corn into Comal’s Mexican-inflected menu. There will be rock cod “gefilte” fish cakes with chipotle aioli, beef brisket in adobo, and caldo de pollo. Details: Both dinners begin at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 10 and Tuesday, April 11 at Comal (2020 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley). Tickets are $80 per person and can be purchased here.
Saul’s Seder Supper
What: Saul’s Restaurant and Deli (1475 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley) is cooking up a passover feast for the entire family during the entirety of Passover that includes chicken schnitzel with mango and passionfruit tahina, baked gefilte fish, and matzo and drunk prune kugel. Details: Dinner reservations are available on April 8 through April 11 or April 14 through April 16. Prix fixe options start at $48 along with a menu for children under 12 for at $20. Get a table here.
Passover Prix Fixe at Millennium
What: Millennium (5912 College Ave., Oakland) is hosting two nights of Passover feasting on Monday, April 10 and Tuesday, April 11 with a five-course meal that features Shepard’s pie as its main course. Appetizers include a seder plate, grilled asparagus salad, matzoh ball soup, and there’s flourless chocolate torte for dessert. Details: Reservations are available from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Each prix fixe meal is $55 per person.