Chag Sameach!

Celebrate Passover With Meals From These Sarasota Spots

Whether you order in or dine out, these locations have you covered.

By Lauren Jackson April 18, 2024

Passover begins April 22 and continues through April 30. Here are some local restaurants and markets to help you plan your celebration.

Meshugana Deli

4001 Clark Road, Sarasota, (917) 336-7574,

Meshugana Deli opened two years ago and serves traditional Jewish deli offerings. This year for Passover the restaurant is featuring carryout that includes an array of traditional favorites like gefilte fish, matzo ball soup, chopped liver, stuffed cabbage and more. 

The Original Wolfie's

1420 Blvd. of the Arts, Sarasota, (941) 312-4072,

The Original Wolfie's is celebrating its inaugural Passover this year by offering a prix fixe menu April 22-28. For $37.50 per person, guests can anticipate starters like Israeli salad, matzoh ball soup, chicken vegetable soup, veggie salad or borscht. The main courses include chicken, brisket or turkey and come with a potato pancake, applesauce and sour cream. Finish your meal with gelato, sorbet or a traditional macaroon.

Harry's Continental Kitchens

525 St. Judes Dr., Longboat Key, (941) 383-0777,

Harry's Continental Kitchens is offering a chicken Passover dinner ($28.99 per person) and a brisket Passover dinner ($31.99 per person) for pickup on April 22. Each meal also includes matzo ball soup, potato kugel, carrots and coconut macaroons. Additional accouterments are available à la carte. Place your order by April 2.

Morton's Market

1924 S. Osprey Ave., Sarasota, (941) 955-9856,

Cater your celebration this year through Morton's Market. Select from myriad options like chopped chicken liver, matzo kugel and braised lamb shanks, just to name a few. All orders require a minimum of 72 hours notice.

Mattison's Forty-One

7275 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, (941) 921-3400,

Dine in or take out at Mattison's Forty-One this year. The restaurant's offerings extend from April 22 to April 27 and include three courses for $55. Choose from beet salad or matzoh ball soup with entrée highlights like lamb ragu kugel, honey-glazed salmon and red wine-braised brisket. Á la carte options are also available.

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