Keeping Passover can be tough, especially when you’re tempted by so much delicious food in NYC.

If you decided to keep Passover this year, Mazel Tov! Check out these Kosher for Passover spots in New York City where you can both indulge in something other than matzah, and stay true to tradition.

Modern Bread and Bagel – 472 Columbus Ave

Whether you’re craving pancakes or Shakshuka, Modern Bread and Bagel has outrageous options that are leaven-free! Their Passover menu is in effect through April 27, so be sure to stop by and give their dishes a try.

Talia’s Steakhouse – 668 Amsterdam Ave

Talia’s has been offering Kosher food during Passover for 16 years, so you know their dishes are going to hit the spot. From crispy cauliflower to their chocolate souffle, you won’t even miss bread and pasta when dining at this NYC hot spot.

Screme Gelato Bar – 176 W 94th St

Springtime in NYC calls for gelato, and Screme’s is K for P! It’s been said that the frozen treats from here are some of the best in the city, making for the perfect afternoon treat during Passover.

Mr. Broadway – 1372 Broadway

Brisket and chicken and salads, oh my! This modern Kosher grill has a large menu to choose from for Pesach, so there are many options for all of your fellow Passover-celebrating friends to enjoy.

Le Marais – 150 W 46th St

If you’re looking for an upscale restaurant to celebrate during Passover, Le Marais is a great choice! The French-influenced menu at this kosher restaurant & butcher shop will immediately make your mouth water.

Bedford On Park – 61 E 34th St

Boasting an open kitchen and chic decor, Bedford on Park is a must-try this Passover. Between the Swedish meatballs and the maple-glazed lamb bacon, be sure to stop by with room to indulge!

Paprika – 56 East 34th Street

Offering a blend of traditional Mediterranean dishes using the absolute freshest ingredients, Paprika offers both catering and dine-in meals for Passover. Try their Shawarma and Schnitzel, you won’t regret it.

Do you have a favorite NYC restaurant that’s Kosher for Passover? Triplemint’s expert real estate agents would love to know about it, so be sure to email us. Chag Sameach!