Available Thursday, April 18th- Saturday, April 27th

Apricot and currant chicken at the Roadhouse for Passover.


Gefilte Fish (GF) $7.00
Poached blue cod, served with onions, shaved radish, and carrots.

Chopped Liver $7.00
Served with hard boiled eggs, a touch of Tabasco, and matzo crackers.

Creole Matzo Ball Soup Cup $7.00/Bowl $9.00
Matzo balls seasoned with Creole spices, served in a rich chicken broth.

Carrot and Pistachio Salad (V, GF) Small $9.00/Large $16.00
Local carrots roasted, then topped with toasted pistachios and a cider vinaigrette.


Spiced Salmon and Cucumber Raita $30.00
Spiced Atlantic salmon, topped with cucumber raita. Served with lavender roasted potatoes and sautéed spinach.

Sephardic Short Ribs (GF) $32.00
Braised with dried fruit, Marash chili, and a rich beef stock. Served with sautéed spinach and Carolina Gold rice.

Apricot and Currant Chicken $28.00
Two chicken thighs, roasted with apricots and currants. Served with herbed hand-rolled couscous and arugula.

Zingerman’s Bakehouse Desserts

Lemon Sponge Cake (GF) $8.00
A modern twist on a Passover tradition – sponge cake! We’ve dressed up this tasty dessert with lemon curd between the layers and a caramelized meringue exterior. A pretty, flavorful and light ending to a Passover feast. Plus it’s wheat free!

Chocolate Orange Torte from Zingerman's Bakehouse.

Chocolate Orange Torte $8.00
A slice of moist, rich cake for chocolate lovers made with lots of dark chocolate, real orange oil, and ground almonds coated in a shiny dark chocolate ganache and more sliced toasted almonds. It’s a bonus that it’s good for Passover because the cake is made from matzo meal!

Coconut Macaroons (GF) $2.00 each
One of our favorite Passover treats, with a creamy texture and great coconut flavor. It’s impossible to just eat one. By the way, they’re wheat free!

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