|Rosa Mexicano's matzo ball pozole|
DGS Delicatessen: This Dupont Circle locavore deli will go all out for the holiday with a four-course menu, offering marrow matzo ball soup, bitter-herb-crusted halibut, braised lamb with carrot tsimmis and a fruit crumble. Wine pairings, including an Israeli Cabernet Sauvignon and a Vermont heirloom ice cider, are available (March 25-31 during dinner; $40, $60 with wine; 202-293-4400).
Dino: Bring your Haggadah to this Cleveland Park Italian, and reserve a seder plate. Dishes like gefilte fish, salmon with leek sauce, lamb, matzoh farfel and potato kugel are available on a five-course menu, with optional non-kosher wine pairings (March 25- April 1; $59, $25 children; $29 for wine; 202-686-2966).
Equinox: Riffing off their just released cookbook, “The New Jewish Table,” Ellen and Todd Gray will offer a five-course menu at their near-the-White House New American, with dishes like quinoa salad with figs and mint, and brisket (March 25- April 2; $45, or $60 with wine pairings; 202-331-8118).
Rosa Mexicano: At these lively Mexicans in the Penn Quarter, Chevy Chase and National Harbor, expect inventive fare like Jalisco-style pozole soup with chipotle-marrow matzoh balls; tacos made with chicken cracklings, duck egg, caramelized onions and mustard salsa verde; lamb with jalapeno stuffing; brisket with oranges and chiles; and a tropical fruit strudel (March 25-March 30; 202-777-9959; 202-783-5522; 301-567-1005).