For those who are observing Passover's dietary restrictions, going out to restaurants is likely not an option. To stock up on last-minute kosher-for-Passover groceries, try an area Whole Foods or Wegmans, both of which tend to have large selections.
For those who just want to eat some matzoh ball soup and delve a little bit into the traditions without necessarily keeping kosher for Passover, here are a few specials to consider. (Know of any other Passover specials? Leave a comment below.)
Cook (825 Washington St., Newton) — In addition to the regular menu, a few specials will be available from April 3 through April 10: matzoh ball soup, a lamb dish with pistachio charoset, and a flourless chocolate cake with coconut, almond, and matzoh.
Craigie on Main (853 Main St., Cambridge) — In addition to the regular menu, a variety of Passover dishes will be available from April 3 through April 11: matzoh meal lasagnette, spring green soup with Persian-spiced lamb meatballs, Sephardic chicken, Tony Maws' Baba Hannah's braised beef recipe, and more.
La Morra (48 Boylston St., Brookline) — Offering an "Italian Kosher style Passover" four-course prix fixe from April 3 through April 11, with optional wine pairings. "Matzoh never tasted so good until you have had it with our homemade ricotta cheese!"
Ten Tables (597 Centre St., Jamaica Plain) — Serving a seder wine dinner at the JP location on Tuesday, April 7, consisting of four Passover-inspired courses paired with wine. Here's the menu, which includes matzoh ball soup, roasted lamb, and more.