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Passover Seder To Go in Los Angeles

Updated for 2024

Are you looking for where to get Passover Seder for delivery or take out? We’ve got a list of great Los Angeles restaurants that are making their special holiday menus available To Go this year.

These are some of the best Jewish Delis in Los Angeles, and their food is delicious anytime you go, but if you haven’t been in a while, or maybe you’ve yet to dine at one of these spots, make a plan to try out the ones nearest you this year. You’ll enjoy it for sure.

Passover is filled with traditions, and one of the central traditions is the Passover meal, also known as the Seder. There are specific, symbolic foods that are included on the menu to evoke meaning, while other dishes are all about the dining experience.

Happy Passover

Where to Get Passover Seder To Go in Los Angeles

Please check each website for pick-up and delivery details.

Art’s Delicatessen 
12224 Ventura Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 91604
(818) 762-1221

This historical and notable deli does not disappoint, with its mile high sandwiches, delicious menu, and iconic indoor décor. Be sure to check out their take-out and catering menu online which includes many platters and trays to add to your dinner. Art’s does offer curbside service and contactless delivery.

Brent’s Delicatessen & Restaurant
19565 Parthenia St., Northridge, CA
(818) 886-5679
2799 Townsgate Rd., Westlake Village, CA
(805) 557-1882

Brent’s Deli offers a large catering menu. If your family is large or small or somewhere in the middle, Brent’s Deli can take care of your holiday meal needs. Options include meat and fish trays, appetizers, and more.  

Canter’s Deli
419 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 651-2030

Canter’s Deli is more than a deli; it’s a piece of local history, in business since 1931. Whether you’re just needing matzo ball soup or are looking for a full meal, Canter’s large menu has what you’re looking for.  Open 24 hours a day.

Charlie’s Kosher Delicatessen
9124 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90035
(310) 271-2472

At Charlie’s Kosher Deli, you’ll find matzo ball soup, brisket, and more on their menu. Keep in mind, the deli is rather small and items do sometimes run out due to demand. Be sure to call ahead to reserve your order. 

Factor’s Famous Deli
9420 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035
(310) 278-9175

This New York-style deli is one of the most popular spots in Los Angeles to get your fix of matzo ball soup, delicious pastrami sandwiches, and indulgent salads. Factor’s has been at the same location since 1948! Factor’s offers pick-up and delivery options with an extensive catering menu, and a special Passover menu available as well.

a traditional Passover Seder plate
a traditional Passover Seder plate

Joan’s on Third
8350 W. Third St., Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 655-2285

Joan’s on Third is offering a special menu for Passover, including a selection of hors d’oeuvres, soup and salad, entrées, side dishes, and desserts. Some choices feed as few as two individuals others feed up to 10. 72-hour notice is requested.

LA Kosher Catering
15739 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91436
(818) 789-7588

What better way to spend Seder this year than with an entirely catered fancy Kosher meal? LA Kosher Catering generally caters large scale events, but is offering pickup meals and sides for you this year. All orders must be placed in advance. Check out their photo page of beautiful menu items and dinner options! 

Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant 
704 S. Alvarado, Los Angeles, CA 90057
(213) 483-8050

This James Beard Award-winning restaurant is iconic to Los Angeles. The lines are out the door and many celebrities frequent this famous deli. If you have not been able to eat here before, consider ordering from their catering menu for your Seder dinner this year. You will not be disappointed!

Lieder’s La Brea 
8721 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035
(310) 909-7223 and
129 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036
(310) 909-7223

This old family favorite has two locations in the Los Angeles area that will help you with pick-up, take-out, and delivery. They offer Glatt Kosher Passover Food, and everything is 100% gluten free. Please check with their website to find out when Passover orders will be accepted, and take a look at all the options they’re offering.

Nate ’n Al’s of Beverly Hills
414 N. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 274-0101

Nate ’n Al’s has been a fixture in Beverly Hills for over 70 years! Their large deli menu offers family-style dinners as well as their famous sandwiches. Orders may be picked up or delivered. Check the website for details.

SLAB LA, 8136 W. 3rd Street, Los Angeles 90048
SLAB Pasadena, 812 S. Arroyo Parkway, Pasadena 91106

Feeding the family this Passover is one task that can now be checked off the list with SLAB’s Passover Dinner To-Go. The brainchild of Chef Burt Bakman and The h.wood Group, SLAB has become known for its marbled brisket that LA diners go back to savor time and time again. Diners can enjoy 2 lbs of SLAB’s delicious classic brisket, beloved bitter greens and citrus salad, apple and walnut charoset, matzo ball soup, potato kugel, and coconut & chocolate macaroons without any of the work. Order by April 20 and pickup on April 22 from 11:30 AM – 5 PM to impress the table with your meal. $280, feeds four diners. SLAB’s humble beginnings start in the deep heart of Texas, where Burt Bakman, an Israeli immigrant, found his calling to be a pitmaster. Years later, that determination paid off and Bakman built a reputation from his skill at the smoker and an obsessive Instagram following among LA’s notoriously fickle foodies who convene today at SLAB.

The Original Farmer’s Market
6333 W. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90036

Multiple grocers here have supplies for your Seder plate and can have it all delivered to you. Whether you need the whole meal or just dessert, it’s one-stop-shopping at The Farmers Market.

Wexler’s Deli
616 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90401
(424) 744-8671

“Wexler’s Deli stands for three things: tradition, craftsmanship, and quality.” They are offering a special Passover Dinner serving 4-6 people. Passover Dinner is available for delivery or pickup from the Santa Monica location from April 15th – 23rd. Details are available online. 

Wise Son’s Jewish Deli
9552 Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 
(424) 298-8205

Wise Son’s Jewish Deli wants to make sure you’re spending all your time and energy with the people you care about and less time having to prepare and cook in the kitchen. Their Passover menu includes Passover Seder Meal Kits (which serve 6-8), Passover Mains, Passover Holiday Basics, Passover Sweets, and more. Additionally, families may choose to purchase a Jewish Family and Children’s Services Donation Meal for a local senior. “For each meal you donate, we will match it with an additional meal and deliver those directly to individuals’ homes.”

No matter which place you decide to cater/order food from, we hope you stay safe and healthy this Passover!

Passover FAQs and Basics

Q: What is Passover?
A: Passover is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery in ancient Egypt. It is also known as Pesach.

Q: When is Passover?
A: Passover is celebrated in the spring, typically in March or April. The exact date varies each year based on the Jewish calendar.

Q: How long does Passover last?
A: Passover lasts for seven or eight days, depending on the tradition.

Q: What are some traditional Passover foods?
A: Some traditional Passover foods include matzah (unleavened bread), bitter herbs (to symbolize the bitterness of slavery), charoset (a sweet mixture of fruits and nuts), and gefilte fish.

Q: What is the Seder?
A: The Seder is a traditional Passover meal that includes symbolic foods and retelling the story of the exodus from Egypt. It is typically held on the first two nights of Passover.

Q: What is chametz?
A: Chametz refers to any food that contains leavening or rising agents such as yeast, baking powder, or baking soda. It is forbidden during Passover.

Q: What is kosher for Passover?
A: Kosher for Passover refers to food that is approved for consumption during the holiday. It must be free from chametz and prepared in accordance with Jewish dietary laws.

Q: Why do Jews avoid leavened bread during Passover?
A: Jews avoid leavened bread during Passover because it is said that when the Jewish people fled Egypt, they did not have enough time to let their bread rise.

Q: What is the significance of the Passover story?
A: The Passover story represents the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery and their journey to freedom. It is a story of hope, faith, and perseverance that has been retold for generations.

Q: How is Passover celebrated?
A: Passover is celebrated through a variety of rituals, including the Seder meal, the reading of the Haggadah (the story of the exodus), and the prohibition of chametz. It is also a time for family gatherings and reflection.

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