Several restaurants in town are offering Passover meals for contactless delivery or curbside pickup. Most places recommend that you call ahead to reserve your order.
The Bagel Cafe
Passover Dinner Special includes an appetizer choice of gefilte fish, chopped liver or fruit salad; matzo ball soup; an entree choice of whole roast chicken or brisket and gravy, served with fresh vegetables, potato pancakes with applesauce, matzo crackers; vanilla macaroons. $45 (for 2 people). 301 N. Buffalo Dr., 702-255-3444, bagelcafelv.com.
Menu includes a choice of whole roasted chicken or slow-braised brisket, matzo ball soup, potato kugel, roasted market vegetables, mashed sweet potatoes and dark chocolate mousse with fresh strawberries. $130 (serves 4), April 8-16. 1031 S. Rampart Blvd., 702-445-6100, honeysalt.com.
Rooster Boy Cafe
Menu includes chicken and dill matzo ball soup, apple and almond haroset, carrots with honey and harissa, potato kugel with horseradish, organic chicory and cucumber salad, baked salmon with sumac, slow-braised brisket, and apricot and currant roast chicken. Dessert is coconut meringues with chantilly and chocolate sauce. 2620 Regatta Drive #113, 702-560-2453, roosterboycafe.com.
Siegel’s Bagelmania Bakery and Delicatessen
Passover feast of chopped liver and matzo crackers, matzo ball soup, choice of roast chicken or brisket, potato pancakes with applesauce, glazed carrots and macaroons, and the restaurant’s signature black and white dessert matzo. $20, April 8-16. 855 E. Twain Ave #120, 702-369-3322, bagelmanialv.com.
Wolfgang Puck Players Locker
Selections include matzo ball soup, carrots, fresh herbs potato latkes, applesauce, chopped liver, matzoh charoset, sauteed Atlantic salmon, buttered green beans, roasted Jidori chicken, braised brisket, noodle kugel and more. Dessert selections include apple tarte tatin, matzoh toffee, flourless chocolate cake, coconut macaroons, chocolate-dipped strawberries and assorted cookies. $40 per person, April 8-9. 10955 Oval Park Drive, 702-202-6300.