Passover Special Dinners in Miami

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Blue Collar's Passover Corben

Blue Collar is making a special edition of its Corben sandwich by resting the tender brisket meat on matzo instead of the usual Portuguese muffin. Potato latkes and au jus are served alongside ($19).

BLT Steak's Passover Blackboard Dinner Menu

If you're on the beach and dying for a little matzoh ball soup, head to BLT at the Betsy for chef Daniel Ganem's Passover blackboard specials, served every evening from April 14 through 22.

We bet your bubbe didn't make her matzoh ball soup with black truffles ($12) or her gefilte fish with English pea velouté ($35). Other specials include a prime dry-aged brisket with dried fruit compote and horseradish sauce ($35), kugel gratin ($11), and deviled hen eggs ($12). For dessert, there's flourless chocolate cake with Frangelico ice cream ($11) or passionfruit soufflé with chocolate-dipped macaroons ($11).

The menu is also available as a three-course dinner from $60.

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