Where to Order Passover Seder Food For Pickup and Delivery in Detroit
Passover this year will be a little different than in many households. Usually families and friends gathered to celebrate the holiday, which takes place on Wednesday April 8th and Thursday April 9th of this year. However, due to the novel coronavirus pandemic and social distancing rules, these large seder dinners can be smaller than usual.
Despite the new reality, some restaurants and bakeries in southeast Michigan are still prepared to celebrate the festival. Whether you’re looking for a warm bowl of matzo ball soup, coconut macaroon, or filtered fish with horseradish, the following is a guide to delicatessen and bakeries that still offer takeaway, delivery and mail order for Passover. Customers who adhere to strict dietary rules should confirm that their chosen restaurant complies with these guidelines.
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6873 Orchard Lake Rd., West Bloomfield Parish
This iconic Jewish deli is offering a special Passover package designed to feed a family of four for $ 79.95. Catering includes matzo ball soup, gefilten fish with horseradish, fried chicken, matzo farfel, fried potatoes, spring vegetables, and optional chopped liver and charoset for USD 15. Orders must be received by Sunday April 5 by calling 248-855-6622 so that they can be picked up from the roadside on Wednesday April 8.
24555 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield
The doors of Star Deli in Southfield remain open for transportation, roadside collection, and delivery (this place even ships outside of the state). The store has a wide variety of items including smoked fish, matzo ball soup and knish. Catering trays are also available. Call 248-352-7377 to place an order.
Zeman’s Kosher Bakery
25258 Greenfield Rd., Oak Park
Zemans Kosher Bakery continues to accept pickup and delivery orders in limited capacity. The bakery’s menu includes challah, fudge brownies and chocolate babka. Orders must be placed online at least one day in advance.
Jerusalem pizza and bagels
26025 Greenfield Rd., Southfield
This kosher restaurant and bakery is open for takeout and roadside pickup only. The menu includes seafood and egg salad platters, latkes and much more. Orders can be placed online.
3426 E West Maple Rd., Commercial Charter Parish
This commercial delicatessen shop offers both execution and delivery via Doordash. The restaurant has a wide variety of Jewish dishes on the menu, including matzo ball soup, fried chicken, brisket sandwiches, and chopped liver.
6646 Telegraph Rd., Bloomfield Hills
Steve’s Deli is open for both execution and delivery via Doordash. The restaurant’s catering menu offers options such as poached salmon trays, fried chicken, and brisket. On the regular menu, customers can choose products such as matzo ball soup, potato fritters and coconut cakes.
Bake Station specializes in kosher, nut-free, and dairy-free bread and pastries and continues to take orders at its Farmington Hills and Southfield locations. Call ahead to place orders or drop by. In the shop, you can find items like challah, superman cookies and brownies.
Diamond Bake Shop
6722 Orchard Lake Rd., West Bloomfield Parish
This traditional Jewish bakery in West Bloomfield is still open for very limited service. Call ahead to order rolls, breads, and desserts like seven-layer cakes and cookies.
Zingerman’s and Cornman Farms
Zingerman’s and Cornman Farms continue to offer some Passover Seder options. Cornman Farms run the frozen menu with items such as Moroccan Braised Ribs with Tzimmes and Chocolate Hazelnut Meringue Cookies. The mail order website has chocolate and vanilla coconut macaroons, matzo ball soup kits, honey, figs, and marzipan Passover plague lollipops. Delivery and collection are also possible for a handful of Matze items.
3640 Michigan Ave., Detroit
This venerable Michigan Avenue deli is currently only open for roadside pickup. Call 313-894-6620 to order items like roast breasts and egg salad plates.
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