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Mitch and Toni's in Albertson serving Passover dinner
For those who want to celebrate Passover but — for whatever reason — can’t do it at home, Mitch and Toni’s American Bistro in Albertson is offering a Passover prix-fixe dinner on March 25 and 26 from 5 p.m. at $48 per person. No, it’s not kosher nor is it a true seder, with readings from the Haggada, but it will feature traditional dishes.
Chef Mitch SuDock's dinner begins with chopped liver and charoset, followed by house-made gefilte fish with celery root, carrot slaw and horseradish dressing. Next comes matzo ball soup. For a third course, there’s a choice of either sweet and sour brisket, sauteed salmon with lemon beurre blanc or mushroom stuffed chicken breast. On the side: tzimmes, potato gratin and asparagus. Dessert options include flourless chocolate cake, Passover lemon cake and mixed berry compote.
Reservations are recommended.
Mitch and Toni’s American Bistro is at 875 Willis Ave., Albertson, 516-741-7940.