LIVINGSTON, NJ — This year, give your guests a treat and let Nana’s Deli in Livingston, which has been successfully catering families’ Passover dinners for over 39 years, cater your Passover Seder. Your guests will not only love the food – they will be clamoring for invites to next year’s Seder.
Make sure to say you saw this Deals and Discounts Ad on TAP when you place your order, and you will receive a free gift upon pickup.
Nana’s—which cooks more than 14 different types of mouth-watering chicken a day, and as many as 65 entrees a day—can cater events from four to 400 people, and will also provide wait staff. You always know you are getting the best-quality Jewish and Italian food possible. More than 3,000 people dine on Nana’s catered Passover meals a year, and even more enjoy Nana’s for Rosh Hashanah.
Whether you plan to order traditional Passover foods like brisket, cranberry chicken, poached salmon, homemade potato pancakes, homemade apple sauce, chicken soup, matzo balls, matzo farfel with peaches, potato kugal, chopped liver, stuffed cabbage, charoseth or flourless chocolate layer cake and/or or need help planning your holiday menu, you can call Nana’s owners Marc and Jason Dworkin at (973) 740-1940 for suggestions to help make your Passover meal as delicious and special as possible.
Here’s a link to the Passover menu, which is located as a PDF at the center of the page.
“We love cooking for our customers, many of whom have been shopping here for decades,” said Marc Dworkin.
“The smiles on customers’ faces, as they tell us their favorite Nana’s meals including our Nana’s tuna, which is a secret family recipe, our homemade soups, salads, and of course, our corned beef, which we pickle ourselves – light up our days letting us know we are making a tasty difference in people’s lives,” Marc's son, Jason, added.
Nana’s stops accepting Passover catering orders on April 13 to ensure that everything is cooked to perfection and ready to be picked up for Passover. While there is usually a line when picking up meals for Passover, Nana’s has this down to a science – as long as nothing is added to an order last minute, waiting in line should only last about six minutes per person.
If you didn’t place an order by the 13th, but want to pick up some food for the holiday at Nana’s, holiday foods will still be available in the store, and you can stop in until Passover to get them.
*Passover/Holiday does NOT imply Kosher.