Sagamore News March 29, 2019
Food is an intrinsic part of most holidays and Passover is no exception. Preparing a Seder meal is overwhelming for many, but Sagamore Hotel offers an alternative to observing the sacred Jewish holiday. Let us do the planning while you experience community and a sense of connection by indulging in a catered gourmet meal. Celebrate Passover (Pesach in Hebrew) with Sagamore Hotel this April as we sit down with friends and family for an unforgettable two-night ceremonial dinner at our signature restaurant Canvas. From matzo to matbucha, we’re keeping it kosher.
“The Seder nights... tie me with the centuries before me.” - Ludwig Frank (1874–1914)
Observed for seven days in late April, the main event of the Passover holiday is Seder, a ritual festive feast that is shared while Haggadah (the re-telling of Exodus) and related writings, prayers, and songs are recited to commemorate the freedom of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt. Leavened products are left off the menu to immortalize the Jewish people’s hastened escape from Egypt, from which they had no time to wait for their bread to rise.
The ancient idea of celebrating two Seders is practiced so that observing an extra day of Yom Tov (the first day of Passover) could be accessible to everyone. In addition to the April 19th dinner, Sagamore Hotel will honor the sacred occasion by repeating the Passover Seder on the 20th with a new menu beginning at sundown.
“Freedom is within our grasp, and Pesach reminds us that we need to reach.” - Bradley Shavit Artson
Sagamore Hotel is infusing ancient tradition with South Beach style. Tradition is our key ingredient. The meaningful Seder menu helps us illustrate the tale of Exodus and connect with our forefathers. The kosher buffet dinner will include matzo ball soup, gefilte fish (which symbolizes the hope of redemption and the fish the Israelites ate in Egypt), matzah falafel, assorted Passover cookies, and so much more. The multicourse meal price is $190 per head (with a reduced rate if you return on the 20th), $99 per child under 12, and free for children ages 4 and under.
“The Exodus from Egypt occurs in every human being, in every era, in every year, and in every day.” - Rabbi Nachman of Breslov (1772–1810)
Sagamore Hotel is a mecca for luxury. Situated in the historic Miami Beach Art Deco District, our iconic hotel is the perfect setting for a Seder dinner (or poolside kosher BBQ grill lunch) to remember. We invite you and your loved ones to join us on Friday, April 19th and Saturday, April 20th for a night of celebration. Reservations are required for seating and slots fill up quickly as April draws near. For more information, a full menu, and to book your reservation, send an email to Gladys Mills at firstname.lastname@example.org today.
Are you ready to celebrate Passover in SoBe style? Choose from our best rates and special offers when you book direct with Sagamore Hotel, an iconic Miami Beach destination known for its unique collection of contemporary art, spacious suites, and prime location only steps from the white sands of South Beach. Take early advantage of our Summer Getaway package and bring the whole family. This limited offer includes a daily breakfast for two, complimentary parking, and a room upgrade.
Sagamore Hotel’s Seder Menu
1st Seder, Friday, April 19th
Matzoh Ball Soup
Butternut Squash Soup
Mixed Green Salad
Roasted Pepper Salad
Fried Eggplant Casablanca
Boneless Thigh stuffed with Tanzia
Prime Rib Eye Roast
Grilled Mixed Vegetables
Fresh Seasonal Fruit Salad
Assorted Passover Cookies
2nd Seder, Saturday, April 20th
Matzoh Ball Soup
Roasted Pepper Salad
Hearts of Palm
Spicy Moroccan Fish Balls
Orange, Ginger, Garlic Cubed Chicken
Roulade of Meat with Mushrooms
Stuffed Bottom Artichoke with Ground Chicken
Cinnamon Raisin Sweet Potatoes
Sauteed Artichoke Bottom & Hearts of Celery
Fresh Seasonal Fruit
Assorted Passover Cakes
Price per person for 1 Night, $190.00
Price per person for 2 nights, $180.00 per night
Children under 12, $99.00 per night
Children under 4, No Charge