Traditional Jewish Passover Dinner Held at Chompie’s

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Traditional Jewish Passover Dinner Held at Chompie’s
Chimpie's serves Beef Brisket as part of their traditional Passover meal.

Chompie’s, Arizona’s New York deli, celebrates the start of Passover with a special dine in menu on April 10 and 11.  The dinner for $32.95 for adults and $14.95 for children includes soup, starter, a choice of traditional entrees, sides and dessert. Passover is the traditional eight-day Jewish festival commemorating the emancipation of Isrealites from slavery in ancient Egypt. Passover starts at sundown on Monday, April 10 and ends at sunset on April 18.

“Coming together for the Passover meal is an important tradition for us at Chompie’s,” says Chompie’s founder Lovey Borenstein. “This is our 29th year providing this special dinner and each year, and we’re so happy to be able to offer it to our friends and family.”

Chompie’s Passover Dinner includes:

  • Choice of Housemade Chopped Liver OR Gefilte Fish with Beet Horseradish
  • Choice of Chicken Soup with Matzo Ball OR Sweet and Sour Cabbage
  • Entrée Choice of:
    • Half roasted chicken with savory Passover Stuffing
    • Braised Brisket of Beef with Gravy
    • Steelhead Salmon Filet
    • Roasted Turkey Breast with Passover Stuffing and Gravy
  • Potato Latke with Applesauce OR Roasted Potatoes
  • String Beans OR Old World Tzimmis
  • Assortment of Holiday Cakes

Seating for Chompie’s Passover dinner is from 5pm – close. Reservations are strongly recommended.  Chompie’s also offers a Passover To Go menu with take away items so guests can celebrate in their homes too. Chompie’s has five locations in the Valley in Phoenix, Chandler, Scottsdale, Tempe and Glendale.

Chompie’s New York-style delicatessen, restaurant, bagel factory, bakery, and caterer has served the Valley since 1979 with mouthwatering breakfast-all-day, lunch, and dinner 7-days a week. For menus, location and more, visit www.chompies.com or on Facebook at facebook.com/Chompiesdeli.

Locations:

  • Scottsdale:          9301 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale 85260   // 480-860-0475
  • Tempe:                1160  E. University, Tempe 85281    // 480-557-0700
  • Phoenix:              4550-324 E. Cactus Rd., Phoenix 85032   // 602-710-2910
  • Chandler:            3481 W. Frye Rd., Chandler 85226    // 480-398-3008
  • Glendale:            7700 W. Arrowhead Towne Center #1145 // 623-344-3104

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  1. this can be confusing for some due to the fat that bread is not consumed on Passover and there is no matzo ball soup pictured

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