Wednesday, April 5 - Thursday, April 13
Passover is around the corner and we have you covered!
Looking for an awesome Seder?
From the Passover Seders to our special Passover dinners, join your fellow UChicago Jews for some crunchy Matzah, mouthwatering brisket, delicious chicken soup and much more...all homemade! You won't be disappointed at our Passover spread!
Admitted Students Welcome Too
1st Seder, Wed. 4/5:
A high energy seder at the exclusive Quadrangle Club, lots of small discussions, and moving at a good pace.
Crispy hand baked matzah, sparkling wine, delicious brisket and mouthwatering desserts.
Hors d'oeuvres at 7:00pm, dinner at 8:45pm, done by 10:30pm. Reservations is a must.
RSVP by texting "1st Seder" to 773-232-5700, or sign up with the link below.
Want to reserve a table for you and your friends? Have your friends sign up and we'll send out a table plan a few days before.
2nd Seder, Thu. 4/6:
Feel right at home around our table, with a homemade dinner. Gear up for a cozy and inspiring Seder that will take you well into the night like our sages of yesteryear. Starts at 8:00pm till late.
Reservations an absolute must for this intimate family style seder.
RSVP by texting "2nd Seder" to 773-232-5700 or the link below
Non UChicago students must call ahead before making reservations.
Passover Non Seder Meals:
Sumptuous Passover meals will be available at Chabad House - Click here to RSVP.
Other meals are available at the Baker and Cathy Dining Halls.
Making your own Seder?
We can help! Click here for our Seder kit, Haggadahs and more
Need some Kosher for Passover food?
Stop by Chabad House for some basic Passover provisions, including matzah, matzah ball soup mix, grape juice, and more.
We will also provide 1 frozen chicken to each student.
No Hebrew, affiliation, denomination, tickets or anything special required.
Just come as you are and be ready to have a meaningful, delicious experience.
Sell your chametz?
We've got you covered for that too.
Since it is prohibited to possess chametz on Passover, any chametz left undisposed must be sold to a non-Jew. We can take care of it for you, just complete a super brief form.