These DC area restaurants are offering carryout Passover meals

The Passover Seder table might have fewer people this year because of the coronavirus, but several local restaurants are still offering meals that can be carried out.

Here’s where you can find meals to go for Passover dinner next week.


Anxo has created a limited-release cider, called District Kosher, which is Kosher for Passover. The cider is available for delivery.

As part of a partnership with Prescription Chicken and Ivy City Smokehouse, it’s also offering a package that includes the cider, matzah ball soup, gefilte fish and macaroons.

Cork Wine Bar

The D.C. market is selling a Seder-in-a-Box, which will include a Seder plate and meal. Some vegetarian options are also available.


Equinox is offering “Passover in a box” to accommodate those observing the holiday. The menu is available from April 7 to April 16 and features several courses for $55 per person.

Gepetto Catering

The catering group is offering a Passover menu that includes various courses, including soup, salad, a main dish, sides and dessert. Each order should be for a minimum of five people.

Heckman’s Deli

Heckman’s Deli, which operates out of Caddies Bar and Grill in Bethesda, Maryland, will be offering traditional Passover meals that include kugel, roasted chicken and chopped liver, among other things.

Call Your Mother

The “Jew-ish” deli, known for having some of the best bagels, bagel sandwiches and chicken soup in D.C., is offering a fun Passover meal. The menu includes a choice of brisket or cauliflower tacos, sides like pastrami fried rice and dessert like Matzoh brittle or flourless chocolate brownie cake. The meal must be ordered by April 6 for pickup on April 8 or 9.

Neighborhood Provisions

The group’s menu includes everything you’ll need for a Seder plate, dips, sides, entrees and desserts. Kosher for Passover wine is also available.

Zoe’s Chocolate Company 

Just in time for Passover, the chocolate company is offering boxed truffles and chocolate-covered matzah.

Local food reporter Nycci Nellis contributed to this report.

Scott Gelman

Scott Gelman is a digital editor and writer for WTOP. A South Florida native, Scott graduated from the University of Maryland in 2019. During his time in College Park, he worked for The Diamondback, the school’s student newspaper.

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