A Passover Tradition

Passover is a time for the Jewish community to come together and remember the trials and triumphs their predecessors encountered. Chompie’s invites the entire community to learn more about the holiday and to celebrate Passover. This New York style delicatessen, restaurant, bagel factory, bakery, and caterer has served the Valley since 1979.  Owners the Borenstein family have celebrated the tradition of Passover in their Chompies-Matzo-Ball-Soup-W-410x273families for generations, and this year marks the 27th year they have opened their doors to serve traditional Passover dinners at their restaurant. Passover dinner will be served on Friday, April 3rd and Saturday, April 4th from 5 p.m. to close; and to-go dinners, holiday cakes and desserts, as well as Passover bagels are available during all eight nights of Passover, April 3-11, 2015. Traditional, dine-in Passover meals are available at the Chompie’s Paradise Valley Mall, Chandler and Scottsdale locations. At Chompie’s Tempe location, the regular dining menu, which features Passover-friendly dishes, will be available, and to-go meals, as well as Passover-related baked goods will be available at all four of Chompie’s valley locations. For more information, click here. Written by Somlynn Rorie