BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - For 35-years the famed Spago Beverly Hills restaurant has hosted two nights of Seder dinners, all for charity.
With the coronavirus crisis, the Passover celebration will still go on but with #SaferAtHome in mind.
Food is on a to-go, take-out, order-on-line basis. The service is online. Yet, the money raised will still go to the Mazon charity to feed the hungry. Only this year, monies will stay locally to meet the needs created by the pandemic.
Spago founding partner Barbara Lazaroff says it's the same delicious meal, and meaningful service but friends and family will come together on-line.
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The dinner price was lowered to $125 to encourage guests to donate directly along with the website order.
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