Celebrate Passover at Hudson

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This year, Passover starts Saturday April 7, 2012. Hudson will continue our tradition of offering a Passover menu available Friday, April 6th and Saturday, April  7th, including Hudson owner Alan Popovsky’s mother’s own recipe for matzah ball soup.

According to the Examiner.com, proprietor Alan Popovsky “started a craze in 1998” when he introduced his Mom’s recipes for matzah ball soup and brisket at DC’s Felix.

Now a proprietor at Hudson, Popovsky continues the tradition with potato latkes, house made Gelfite fish, and chopped liver for Passover. Many certified kosher establishments close for the holiday, but Hudson invites you to join us for both traditional fare and some eclectic dishes. Main courses include roast half chicken, braised brisket, roast leg of lamb, and grilled Atlantic salmon.

Even if you don’t celebrate Passover, join us to sample delicious traditional cuisine and partake in a centuries old tradition. Make your reservation today via OpenTable, and a joyous festival to you this year.

 

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