Clementine Offering Passover, Spring-Friendly Menu Options


  • Jessica Attie
There's not many San Antonio restaurants that offer special Spring dining options for families and observe Passover, but Clementine will serve its holiday menu for a limited time, from April 19 to April 27.

Clementine's special "Feed Me" menu features fresh, seasonal dishes like the white mushroom salad, Ms. Julie's beet salad, Gulf yellowfin tuna, yukon potato kugel and a special flourless chocolate cake.

"Being a neighborhood restaurant, we do our best to meet our guests needs and desires,"said Clementine chef and co-owner John Russ, in a statement to the Current.  There's many Easter dinner options, but "there are very few options for some of our guests looking to observe Passover. We aim to give them a dining out option that may fill that void," he said.

Though the menu's meat dishes are not prepared in accordance with Kosher law, there are many veggie-centric options that can be ordered a la carte, or paired with a selection of specially-sourced Kosher wines.

Kosher wines can also be purchased to-go, in case you're looking to bring something besides Manischewitz to your next dinner party.

The complete menu is available below.

Editor's Note: Clementine will be closed on Easter Sunday.
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