Kosher L’Pesach Restaurants/Caterers List Open This Chol Hamoed!


Pesach this year won’t be the same for anyone across the world. With most restaurants closed,no one knows really what to expect moving forward.  We encourage everyone to support local restaurants , and are super grateful to those who are still open. Check out our list below of all Kosher L’Pesach Restaurants/Catering Open This Chol Hamoed, within the U.S and Canada.

We wish everyone a Chag Kasher V’Sameach, stay home, and stay safe!



My Zaidys Bakery

Elys Fine Foods

United States:


Got Kosher

Lieder’s Deli

Schwartz’s Marketplace

The Pesach Store


Shallots Bistro


Ditmas Boca

Grill House

Maven Baker 

Pita Loca

Prime 41-For more information please call 305-230-4200


Kosher Cajun


Burnt Offerings

New Jersey:

Petaks Kosher Catering

Sizzle n’ Smoke 

Teaneck Doghouse

The Humble Toast

New York:

16 Handles


Eighteen Restaurant

Ember by Smokey Joe

Five Fifty

Holy Schnitzel

Izzy’s Smokehouse

Kosher Moshe – Pop up restaurant in Great Neck, for more information please call 516- 619-1821

Modern Bread & Bagel


Stop Chop & Roll

Talia’s Steakhouse

The Hickory – Dairy Pop Up Restaurant in the 5 Towns at QCumbers Café, to order please call 516-295-8910/or email


Nana’s Kitchen & Catering


Kosher Palate

Simcha Kosher Catering

Washington D.C:

Char Bar


Pesach 2020 Video Contest!


Looking for something to do during Chol Hamoed??

The Kesher App partnered with the Kosher Guru to announce:

The Pesach 2020 Video Contest!

Let out your competitive spirit and submit your best Pesach home-video EVER!

Send in your video to throughout Pesach and vote on the best videos being submitted!

The votes will be tallied on April 26th and the top 3 winners will win a brand new Samsung tablet!!

Limited Edition: #KaranaCollection Mask!

So excited to announce a new product added to the #Karana collection by Michal Weinstein. These 3 ply masks are adjustable and washable and have a removable filter (additional can be purchased separately) with a filtration rate of 95%. Its available for preorder and expected to be ready to ship April 21. Proceeds will go towards the Leon Mayer Fund that helps local families in need. Comes in two styles: butterfly and a Karana pattern.
Disclaimer: these masks are not meant for hospital use.
Link to order:

Vacation Rentals Banned In Florida


Ron DeSantis, Governor of Florida, announced a few days ago that the state will be suspending vacation rentals for two weeks due to the coronavirus. This includes Airbnb but not hotels and motels. Unfortunately theme parks such as Disney World and Universal Studios have  closed down for the time being as well, at least until April 18/19th.

Pesach this year won’t be the same for anyone across the world. With most restaurants and attractions all closed,no one knows really what to expect moving forward.

We wish everyone a Chag Kasher V’Sameach, stay home, and stay safe!


Support Our Heros!


PLEASE! Please all go and check out this site. I’m coordinating with the entire team at Kosher in Midtown Catering to send food to our healthcare professionals, our heroes on the front lines in NYC.
They are matching every dollar sent to our heroes. So if you sponsor $50 worth of food they will send $100 in foods to say thank you to our heroes.
Let’s all do good deeds now:
Use code HEROS at checkout!

Passover Baked Goods by Butterflake Bake Shop


Looking for amazing freshly baked products for Passover? Look no further!
Let Butterflake Bake Shop wow you with the most amazing Passover items that you won’t even know they are Passover items. That’s how good they are.
They are offering many different delivery options so check them out today.
☎️ 201-836-3516
📬 448 Cedar Lane Teaneck, New Jersey 07666


Dimples Baby Gifts!


With Pesach approaching there is a lot of shopping that needs to get done. 

During these trying times, shop local and support small businesses wherever and whenever you can! Dimples of Cedarhurst has become the one stop shop for unique baby/toddler gifts and accessories, and offer a variety of brand names and items for your little ones. 

Now with every purchase you make get 10% off by using the code Leon10, and Dimples will donate 10% of all orders to the Leon Mayer Fund which helps feed thousands!

Leon Mayer Fund is many things for many families. It provides emergency assistance to those in need while maintaining their dignity. This includes newlyweds, families with single parents, and those who have recently lost their jobs. We offer food & clothing subsidies, and assist in many other ways.
The fund also helps families enjoy the holidays by helping subsidize meals for thousands of families in numerous communities. Using community volunteers, the Leon Mayer Fund distributed food to those who are in need. In addition, the fund arranges many community wide events/meals during the year.

So what are you waiting for? Go make a purchase today and don’t forget to use the code Leon10 to receive 10% off all while supporting a great cause!

Link to order :

Link to donate directly to Leon Mayer Fund:

Banana Breakfast Bars by Cami Bouskila|@themommydictionary


I dream of coffee accompanied by that delicious bite of a healthy version of pastry. I am not a breakfast kind of girl so whatever I have with my coffee has to give me the energy to wrangle my two kiddies. Passover presents a challenge in this, generally most Passover pastries are loaded with sugar or some other unhealthy ingredient so I try to avoid it. With this challenge this year especially I decided to take the world famous Banana Breakfast Bar recipe that I posted on Instagram (and became an instant hit) and turn it into a Kosher for Passover treat. Top this with some ice cream and call it dessert if you please 🙂

Banana Breakfast Bars
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  1. 2 large ripe bananas
  2. 1 egg
  3. 1/4 cup brown sugar
  4. 1/4 cup oil
  5. 1 tsp vanilla extract
  6. 1/2 tsp salt
  7. 1/2 tsp baking soda
  8. 1 cup almond flour
  9. 1/2 cup chocolate chips (I use dark)
  1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray an 8x8” or 9x9” pan with nonstick cooking spray. (Line it with foil first for easy removal, if desired.)
  2. Place bananas in a large bowl. Mash them with a fork or potato masher until just small chunks remain. Stir in oil and brown sugar with a wooden spoon or silicone spatula. Add egg, vanilla, and salt, and stir until combined. Stir in baking soda. Add almond flour and stir until mixed, some lumps will remain. Fold in chocolate chips. Spread in prepared pan.
  3. Bake for 18-22 minutes until browned around the edges and not jiggly in the center. Cool completely. Slice into bars
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If you follow Cami then you know her love for food and cooking! As “The Mommy Dictionary” food naturally falls under the umbrella of what her page stands for! Follow her adventures with everything mommy, baby, and in between on Instagram @themommydictionary  


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