For over 19 years, Talia’s Steakhouse, the premier Glatt Kosher restaurant on the Upper West Side, has been offering prepaid Passover (Pesach) Seders, lunches and dinners for Yom Tov and Shabbat.
NEW YORK, NY, March 03, 2021 /Neptune100/ — Passover 2021 should be the most stress-free, relaxing experience to celebrate the holiday. For over 19 years, Talia’s Steakhouse & Bar has been serving full, traditional Seders with two seating times. This year, Talia’s will be serving Passover Seders both indoors and outdoors, as well as offering catering, takeout and delivery. Outdoor dining will be covered with a tent and heated, if necessary. All state and local Covid regulations will be strictly followed. Talia’s maintains 6-feet distancing between tables. The limited indoor dining has air purifiers with H13 True HEPA Filter, pursuant to New York City regulations.
For information on how Talia’s will be koshering their restaurant for Passover, click here: https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20120403/upper-west-side/uws-restaur … eder-menus
Talia’s will serve a full, traditional, Ashkenazi Seder with everything guests need to fulfill their obligations, such as Seder plates, four cups of wine, and haggadahs. Talia’s high quality and diverse dishes during Passover include Veal Scaloppini, Moroccan Salmon, Stuffed Cornish Hen and more. No boring egg and potato dishes will be served for Passover at Talia’s. A full Kosher for Passover bar will also be available for guests to enjoy great martinis and cocktails.
For dining in, Talia’s prix fixe menu for both Seders will cost $140 (plus tax) per person. The menu can be found at the following: https://taliassteakhouse.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Passover-Firs … u-2021.pdf
With current Covid regulations in NYC, many guests may opt for catering, delivery or pickup instead of dining at the restaurant. The cost for Talia’s 4-course prix fixe Seder takeout menu is $95, with option to add a full Seder plate for $30 extra. While deliveries may only be made prior to Shabbat (sundown) on Friday, March 26, guests may still be able to pick up their orders at the restaurant during the holiday.
The takeout and delivery menu may be ordered online at the following link: https://taliassteakhouse.com/product/passover-seder-menu
According to Jewish law all Seders and Yom Tov (holiday) meals must be prepaid in advance, whether dining at the restaurant or taking meals to-go. Money cannot be exchanged during the holiday.
Talia’s Steakhouse will serve all Yom Tov lunches and dinners during the holiday, as well as be open for all of Chol Hamoed with live jazz music at night. Chol Hamoed menus will include Talia’s classics such as prime rib, chicken marsala, schnitzel, burgers and more.
The full information for Talia’s Passover 2021 schedule, menus and reservations may be viewed here: https://taliassteakhouse.com/holidays/jewish-holidays/passover
See Talia’s great reviews for Passover at the following links below:
Everyone has had a very difficult year, so let Talia’s Steakhouse & Bar relieve some of your stress during this Jewish holiday season.
Since 2002, Talia’s Steakhouse has continuously reinvented the strictly Glatt kosher restaurant as a hip, modern place, where everyone will feel welcome: from Hasidic Jews, to secular Jews, to non-Jewish customers and all other ethnic groups.
Talia’s is a great romantic spot to take your loved ones out to dinner. Enjoy the dimly-lit ambiance, with candles and a fresh rose on each table, mellow live music and a wonderful blend of American and Middle-Eastern cuisines. During non-pandemic times, Talia’s would be open on Saturday nights from one hour after Shabbat until 4 AM, with a lively atmosphere. Currently, Talia’s is taking strict precautions with all NYC Covid regulations, while still doing their best to maintain their lively and romantic ambiance, whether serving indoors or outdoors.