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The three-course Passover Seder with a French twist comes with a choice of dishes for each course. Start with housemade chicken liver mouse or Amish chicken broth soup, followed by Lake Superior whitefish with crispy skin or glazed prime short ribs. The meal ends with crunchy bittersweet chocolate bars, lemon pie or poached spiced pears. Dinner costs $40.
840 N. Wabash Ave.; 312-944-8400
Celebrate Passover at home with a half-pound and pound of Kobe beer brisket. Starting with Allen Brother's Beef, it is seasoned with signature rubs and smoked in-house over white oak and cherry woods. Brisket is available from Match 25 to April 2 for $15.75 per half pound or $29.75 per pound.
1160 N. Dearborn St.; 312-642-1160
Join chef Rick Tramonto on Friday, March 22 at 6:30 PM for a Passover Seder banquet. Chef Tramonto will work with the hotel's culinary team to create four-course menu that not only follows includes elevated Passover offerings but will share an education look into the traditions of the Seder. The dinner costs $80 per person.
505 N. Michigan Ave.; 312-944-4100
Mon Ami Gabi
Go gourmet with a Seder plate that features artisan matzo crackers as well as matzo ball soup, homemade gefilte fish, vegetarian chopped liver and chopped liver with eggs and onion. It may sounds like the labels in the Kosher aisle of the grocery store, but it will taste much better. The multi-course menu also includes braised brisket and potato latkes. The meal costs $36.95 per person and $15.95 for kids 12 and under. It also offers carry-out platters.
2300 North Lincoln Park W.; 773-348-8886
Riva Crab House
On the first and second night s of Passover, the celebrate the Seder along Navy Pier. The crab house will serve a three-course prix fixe menu that includes matzo ball soup, horseradish crusted walleye and assorted macaroons. The dinner costs $40.
700 E Grand Ave.; 312-644-7482