Rapoport Restaurant Group Brings Back "Passover to Go" Menu

When it comes to holidays, nothing says food and feasts better. That goes for Passover, a weeklong celebration commemorating the Israelites' release from the slavery of Egypt. And part of this traditional Jewish holiday means two sumptuous holiday feasts. But with all that cooking, who wouldn't welcome an easier alternative?

This year, why not choose a convenient, stress-free option? Instead of cooking, there's always Passover to Go, a special à la carte to-go menu of items tailored specifically for the traditional Jewish meal, including a Seder plate, soup, appetizers, entrée, and desserts with convenient pickup at Henry's, a local restaurant already well-known for its annual Passover dinner.

"We introduced Passover to Go last year, and due to its success, we're bringing it back again this season," said Burt Rapoport, president of the Rapoport Restaurant Group. "With our Passover dinner, everyone can enjoy a meal at home with their family without spending hours in the kitchen."

Comprising all the essentials of the traditional Passover meal, Passover to Go allows guests to preorder their favorites with matzo ball and split pea soup; appetizer options like Gefilte fish and chopped chicken liver; entrée choices such as apricot-glazed chicken and beef brisket served with au jus; and sides like potato latkes.

All orders must be placed by Friday, April 11, at 2 p.m., and those who place orders of $100 or more will receive a complimentary Seder Plate. Pickup will be at Henry's at the Shoppes at Addison Place, located at 16850 Jog Road in Delray Beach. Arrive on Monday, April 14, by 3 p.m. To place your order, call 561-826-1790.

Of course, area residents who prefer to dine out for Passover can still find plenty of tempting offers from Rapoport's restaurants. For just $39 per person, the annual four-course Passover dinner at Henry's has become a local favorite. Reservations are highly recommended at 561-638-1949.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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