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Four Questions, Four Answers

They might not be kosher, but these no-fuss Passover dinners can easily become a new tradition.


1. Payard
Chocolate-enrobed matzo, rabbi-certified bonbons, and a $48 dinner that includes a glass of Yarden wine.
1032 Lexington Ave., nr. 73rd St.; 212-717-5252

2. Coco Pazzo
Mark Strausman’s $90 Roman-Jewish feast starts with Tuscan chicken-liver pâté on matzo and segues into “my mother’s brisket.”
23 E. 74th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-794-0205

3. Aix
Passover with a French flair ($85), from foie gras haroset to roasted pear with cognac ice cream.
2398 Broadway, at 88th St.; 212-874-7400

4. Capsouto Frères
The $120 dinner benefits a Jewish charity; the Sephardic menu features vegetable frittatas and the matzo-potato pie called mina.
451 Washington St., at Watts St.; 212-966-4900


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