This year, for her annual Passover Seder dinner at Balaboosta, Einat Admony is bringing on a guest chef: Annisa’s Anita Lo. Together, they’ll cook dishes like duck-matzo-ball soup, beef brisket with red dates and harissa, Chinese broccoli, and butternut squash with Asian tahini — a fusion of their two styles of cooking.
The dinner’s not until April 6, but tickets are on sale now ($181, with the service-charge included). There’s only one seating, at 6:30 p.m., and all guests will be seated at one big table, family-style. When it comes to Jewish holidays, it doesn’t get any better than this.