Passover FAQ

The best way to reach us in a way that we can guarantee to respond in a timely manner is via email at  We will do our best to respond during normal business hours. We can not guarantee to respond to voicemail messages at 212-706-7708

Until when can I sign up? 

As long as the website is receiving reservations, you can still sign up. If the site is not accepting reservations that means that we have reached max capacity and can not accept any more reservations.

Who is catering? 

Batya's Kitchen – Upscale Passover cuisine. 4 course Dinner. 

What kind of crowd are you expecting? 

We have a very eclectic crowd of people of all ages and levels of observance. Families, lderly and singles are welcome. 

Is the Seder wheel chair accessible? 


I am a vegetarian or I’m allergic to certain foods. Can you accommodate? 

We can accommodate people who need a vegetarian option. We’ll do our best to accommodate all food allergies but can not guarantee it. 

Approximately what time is dinner served? 

Roughly 1 1/2 hours after start time

What time does the Seder end? 

The Seder ends roughly 3 1/2 hours after it starts. Please understand that this is an approximation. 

Is there a prayer service before the Seders? 

Do I need to bring anything? 

No – All will be provided 

I would like to come with a large group, can we sit together? 

Yes. But please let us know so we can make sure that you are all seated together. 

Will you have Kippas? 


Can I send a check? 

Yes. You can send a check made out to Chabad of the West Sixties. 145 West 67th St #4C New York, NY 10023. 
Please include your name and the names of your guests. And a good number or email address to reach you to confirm your reservation.


What is your cancellation policy? 

Cancellation policy for the Seder at Chabad of the West Sixties.

Cancellations may be requested until April 15th. Refunds will not be given for cancellations received after that time.

Cancellations should be made via email with the word "cancel" in the subject line.

No-shows will be charged.

There is a custom to give money for the poor before Pesach. if you did not yet do so please donate  here