Have Some Flanken Respect: Passover Dining in D.C.
Pasta for Passover?: Inspired by her trip to the Jewish ghetto in Rome, Chef Amy Brandwein will carry one kosher dish for the faithful: Passover sfogletti with beef ragu and fava bean. Casa Nonna, dish $22, pictured above.
Mediterranean Maztzah: Enjoy traditional haroset, matzah and horseradish, along with an Italian-inspired option of mahi mahi al mosaica. Dino, 4 courses for $55.
Old School: Eat like your Old World grandparents and enjoy tsimmis with flanken and chicken livers. Perry's, 4 courses plus amuse for $30.
Calling Sephardics: If you're cool to eat the grains rice and corn for this Festival of Freedom (not so with Ashkenazi Jews), then you might enjoy beef tongue tacos, baked salmon in cabbage leaves and tropical haroset. Rosa Mexicano, appetizers $6-14, entrées $14-25.
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