Here are five restaurants offering Passover Seder meals that still have availability as of Sunday evening, April 1st. But reservations aren't slowing down, so book your seating fast before it's too late.
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There are still plenty of reservations left for all eight nights of Passover (April 9 through 15) at Toloache in Hells Kitchen. Some menu highlights: Julian's matzo ball soup in a jalapeno scented chicken consomme, matzo tostada "Yucatan" (yes, that's...
While Mexican restaurant Toloache in Midtown is normally expensive, they're celebrating their birthday today by selling tacos for only $1 each. From 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. three types of $1 tacos will be available: Pollo (chicken breast adobado, pico...