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Friday, April 25, 2008

Passover Dinner At Delfina: Go Before It's Too Late

Posted By on Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 10:23 AM


For all the remiss Jews out there who didn't celebrate Passover this year: first of all, your mother would be ashamed of you. Second, there is a way to allay some of that soul-rending guilt and eat great food in the bargain: tonight is the last night of the special Passover-inspired menu at Delfina (3621 18th Street). It's no seder. Hell, it isn't even kosher, but the local Italian spot has been dishing up an ala carte menu of seasonal Passover-ish dishes all week. It's a rotating cast, but you can bet on a nice hot bowl of matzoh ball soup ($8) and at least one (maybe more) of the following dishes, in addition to their regular menu: Jewish-style artichokes with lemon and mint ($10), and Niman Ranch beef brisket with horseradish creme fraiche ($24). Call 552-4055 for reservations. I know what you're thinking: eight bucks for a bowl of soup? You call that a good price?

-- Brian Bernbaum

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