Ease your holiday to-do list and swing by the Skirball for gourmet Passover dinners to go.
Date and Time
Curbside pick-up on Wednesday, April 5, 2:00–5:00 pm
Choose timeslot offered every fifteen minutes.
Pricing and Details
- $92 for 2 people
- $138 for 3 people
Pre-orders required by 4:00 pm on Friday, March 31.
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About the Program
Celebrate Passover and leave the meal preparation to us! The Skirball’s expert culinary team offers complete gourmet Passover dishes available for pick-up between 2:00 and 5:00 pm on April 5, 2023.
Dinners can be ordered for two or three people and include a choice of pomegranate molasses–glazed seared salmon filet, roasted boneless chicken, or cider-braised brisket. Each meal includes: a salad, traditional matzo ball soup, gefilte fish, apple walnut charoset, roasted fingerling potatoes, roasted root vegetables and Brussels sprouts, and a coconut macaroon trio.
Also available is The Skirball Haggadah, created in honor of Uri D. Herscher, founder of the Skirball Cultural Center, to celebrate Passover through the Skirball’s six essential Jewish values.
Passover Dinners—$92 for 2 people or $138 for 3 people
Choose one entrée:
- Apple cider slow-braised brisket
- Pomegranate molasses–glazed seared salmon filet
- Roasted boneless chicken with dried cherries, apricots, shallots, rosemary, and white balsamic vinegar
Also included in each meal:
- Romaine lettuce, Persian cucumber, and heirloom cherry tomato salad with lemon herb vinaigrette
- Gefilte fish with beets, horseradish relish, carrot garnish, and lettuce leaves
- Traditional matzo ball soup
- Apple walnut charoset
- Roasted fingerling potatoes with rosemary and garlic
- Manischewitz-glazed roasted root vegetables and Brussels sprouts
- Coconut macaroon trio (plain, dark chocolate–dipped, and pistachio white chocolate)
- The Skirball Haggadah—$12
Celebrate Passover through the Skirball’s six essential Jewish values: Honor Memory, Welcome the Stranger, Seek Learning, Pursue Justice, Build Community, and Show Kindness. This Haggadah will bring joy and insight to your Seder celebration.
Menu items are not kosher.