Passover at Perbacco, St. Paddy’s Day Fun & More

Chefs Staffan Terje and Joyce Goldstein team up for Passover. (Photo by Gamma Nine Photography)

Chefs Staffan Terje and Joyce Goldstein team up for Passover. (Photo by Gamma Nine Photography)

Sixth Annual Passover Dinner at Perbacco

Staffan Terje, chef-owner of Perbacco in San Francisco, will once again welcome guest Chef Joyce Goldstein, for a special Passover repast on March 27.

The two have teamed up for a half dozen years for this annual celebration.

The four-course dinner will feature recipes from Goldstein’s “Cucina Ebraica” cookbook. Dishes include “Crispy Fried Artichokes — Jewish-style’,” “Passover Soup with Chicken Dumplings and Eggs” and “Sea Bass with Rhubarb Sauce.”

Price is $49 per person. Space is limited. For reservations, call (415) 955-0663.

Comal Puts a Mexican Spin on the Seder

Berkeley’s Comal will celebrate Passover, March 25-26, with a Mexican twist on the Seder with two nights of special family-style dinners.

Dishes will include guacamole and chips (but of course), tequila-cured salmon and beef brisket adobo.

Tickets are $60 per person.

St. Patrick’s Day Fare

To get in the spirit of St. Paddy’s Day, Ame at the St. Regis in San Francisco will be offering beer donuts with chocolate stout  ice cream and chocolate fudge sauce ($12).

Beer donuts with chocolate stout ice cream. (Photo courtesy of Ame)

Beer donuts with chocolate stout ice cream. (Photo courtesy of Ame)

It’s enough to make you forget about corned beef and cabbage, right?

At Oryza Bistro Asiana in the Westfield Valley Fair shopping center in Santa Clara, they’re going green.

The restaurant’s signature Thai-fried chicken will be served over green waffles ($16), which get their hue from pandan leaves. To complete the dish, there’s fried basil (more green) and even green curry sauce.

Green waffles? You bet. (Photo courtesy of Oryza Bistro Asiana)

Green waffles? You bet. (Photo courtesy of Oryza Bistro Asiana)

 Left Bank at Santana Row Celebrates a Decade

Left Bank Brasserie at San Jose’s Santana Row celebrates its 10th anniversary by turning back the clock.

March 18-24, the restaurant will feature old favorites at 2003 prices.

Indulge in dishes such as coq au vin ($15.75), tarte Lyonnaise ($7.75) and chocolate mousse ($5).

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3 comments

  1. 1

    That’s some crazy plating for those beer donuts!

  2. 2

    I’d love to go to a Passover event and one combined with a Mexican twist sounds ever so intriguing!

  3. 3

    I guess it would be naughty to enjoy the Passover meal and then follow it with the beer donuts? They both sound so goood!

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