Passover at Perbacco, St. Paddy’s Day Fun & More
Sixth Annual Passover Dinner at Perbacco
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
It’s enough to make you forget about corned beef and cabbage, right?
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.
Left Bank at Santana Row Celebrates a Decade
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).