Casa Nonna: How about Passover, Italian-style? Chef Kenneth Tufo is cooking up a four-course tasting menu that will be served April 6-14. One of the most interesting things on the menu are his homemade matzah pasta wheels, which are satueed in chicken broth with peas and Parmesan cheese. The menu is $40 a person which is a pretty great bargain for four courses (212-736-3000).
JoeDoe: This East Village restaurant will host a "progressive Passover dinner" Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. The four-course feast will cost you $65, and you'll get to enjoy dishes like slow-roasted brisket with horseradish potatoes and parsley sauce (212-780-0262).
Kutsher's TriBeCa: Surely this Jewish-inspired eatery in TriBeCa knows how to do this holiday right. For their seder menu, which will be served this Friday and Saturday, the eatery will offer five courses for $78 (if you want to bring the kids its only $48 if they are under 10 years old). Dishes include Roast Chicken with pletzel, maitake and black trumpet mushrooms (212-431-0606).
Rosa Mexicano: The upscale Mexican chain will put its unique spin on Passover for the tenth year in a row with a menu curated by Jonathan Waxman, who is the chain's current culinary advisor. The offerings, which include dishes like red snapper gefilte fish with a habanero-tomato sauce and pickled vegetables, will be available from April 6-13 (multiple locations).
Telepan: Chef Bill Telepan will host a seder-style dinner at his Upper West Side Eatery on Friday and Saturday nights. Look for dishes like spring vegetable soup with matzo balls and wild striped bass with glazed potatoes (212-580-4300).