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BBQ Braised Brisket and Roasted Cauliflower.

Prairie Grass Cafe is celebrating the first night of Passover on Saturday, March 27 with a special menu. Chefs Sarah Stegner and George Bumbaris have prepared a special Passover To Go menu for pick-up on Saturday, March 27 between 4pm and 6pm (pre-ordering is recommended by Wednesday, March 24).

Prairie Grass Cafe’s Special BBQ Brisket will be Featured on the Dine-In Menu, Saturday March 27

Prairie Grass Cafe will be offering its brisket for dine-in on Saturday, March 27.

“No matter how or where you celebrate the holiday this year, we hope it's filled with good health, meaning, friendship and peace,” says Stegner.

Chopped Liver And Matzo Ball Soup At Prairie Grass Cafe

Passover Menu To Go

Passover Dinner Package for Two
Matzo Ball Soup, Matzo, ½ Pint of Chicken Liver, *Brisket with Cauliflower Mash & Roasted Carrots, Flourless Chocolate Cake

*Roasted Chicken can be substituted for brisket upon request

Wine and Special Cocktail To Go
Alexander Valley Vineyards, Temptation, Zinfandel, Sonoma
Notes of red cherry, blackberry, wild strawberry and cocoa powder

Donnhoff Estate, Riesling, Spatlese, Germany
Aromas and flavors of apple and flowers

The Bitter Herb
Templeton Rye Whiskey, Quaglia Liquore Fernet*, Contratto Rosso, Simple Syrup, Orange Bitters, Orange Twist

*Fernet is a bitter Italian Amaro made with a variation of herbs and spices. The blend depends on the distillery, but it most famously contains myrrh, rhubarb, chamomile, cardamom, aloe, and saffron distilled in a grape-based spirit. This combination makes it an addition to a seder plate as "the bitter herb."

Prairie Grass Cafe in Bloom
Prairie Grass Cafe in Bloom


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