Passover Options Abound in Beverly Hills

Spring fever is in the air, and with Passover just around the corner, here are some of the top spots around town to include in your celebration of hope and renewal.

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills 

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is introducing a special menu to commemorate Passover from April 22 to April 30. Guests can opt for either a three-course prix fixe menu or choose from traditional appetizers, entrées and desserts à la carte. The three-course menu is priced at $79 per person. To place an order, call Culina Ristorante & Caffé at 310-860-4000.

Judi’s Deli

Judi’s Deli is featuring classic Passover dishes for dine in and takeaway starting April 19 through April 30. Dishes include matzo balls, classic potato latkes, Moroccan fish balls, braised brisket and cranberry rice. In a nod to tradition, the deli is also offering a unique twist: any sandwich from their regular menu can be transformed into a “matzo sandwich,” catering to those observing the holiday. For more information, visit

“Pesach is such an important holiday for us as a family, and we wanted to bring those traditions to our customers. We are proud to have been serving the Beverly Hills community for 42 years, and hope to be able to enrich our customers’ homes with the flavors of Pesach for many more years to come,” Judi’s Deli owners Sharon and Yuval On told the Courier.

Lawry’s The Prime Rib

Lawry’s The Prime Rib is offering an à la carte Passover menu from April 22 to April 30. Available for both takeout and dine in, the menu includes appetizers like grilled artichoke and French onion soup and entrées that include Skuna Bay salmon and roasted Jidori chicken. Also available are traditional Passover side dishes such as roasted fingerling potatoes with chimichurri and flourless chocolate cake for dessert. To make a reservation, visit

Nate’n Al’s

Beverly Hills’ beloved Nate’n Al’s is offering a special prix fixe Passover dinner available for dine-in guests on April 22. The menu showcases Nate’n Al’s signature dishes, including their classic matzo ball soup and crispy potato pancakes, alongside main courses such as honey glazed salmon as well as honey nut loaf and apple matzo kugel for dessert. Priced at $49.95 per person, reservations are not required. 

Alternatively, for those looking for an easy at-home Passover meal, Nate’n Al’s is offering an à la carte Passover menu for pickup and delivery from April 21 through April 30. The menu features all the classics, plus some new additions this Passover season. Nate’n Al’s has partnered with Cookie Good bakery to introduce six gluten-free cookie flavors that will be featured on their menu. Among them are brown sugar snickerdoodle macaroon, flourless chocolate cake and strawberries and cream. To place your order, visit

Spago Beverly Hills

Barbara Lazaroff, co-founder of the renowned Spago Beverly Hills, is hosting the 40th annual charity interfaith Passover Seder on April 23. Dinner and service will begin promptly at 6 p.m. The event will once again benefit MAZON, The Jewish Response to Hunger, a national nonprofit dedicated to ending hunger across all faiths and backgrounds in the United States and Israel.

The Maybourne Beverly Hills

The Maybourne Café at The Maybourne Beverly Hills is offering a “carry-out” Passover Seder menu all day on April 22 and April 23 (from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.). The option allows guests to simply pick up and plate at home. The menu includes glazed heirloom carrots and Brussels sprouts, braised beef brisket, as well as coconut macaroons and flourless chocolate cake. Each package is $85. To place an order, visit or call 310-860-7971

The Nosh of Beverly Hills

The Nosh of Beverly Hills is offering its Passover menu available from April 20 through April 30. It features traditional appetizers like potato kugel and whitefish salad mixed with onions and bell peppers, Angus brisket braised in onions and herbs, as well as chicken soup with carrots and celery. The menu will be available during their usual business hours throughout the specified dates. For Ron Magnin, owner of The Nosh of Beverly Hills, offering Passover dishes is more than just providing delicious meals; it’s about honoring tradition and fostering unity during a time when Jews need it most.

“It is more important than ever for Jews all over the world to recognize their heritage and celebrate it. Given the state of things in Israel and the prevalence of antisemitism worldwide, we need to come together and show solidarity,” Magnin told the Courier. To place an order, visit or call 310-271-3730.

Tutto Bene

Tutto Bene bakery is introducing an array of Passover-friendly desserts to its menu from April 20 to April 30. Included in these offerings are their popular Marvelleux, a chocolate mousse with hazelnut meringue, flourless almond tart, coconut macaroons, mixed berry trifle and more. The bakery is also offering a cookie gift box for those seeking a Passover gift. Orders can be placed either in-store or online at 

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