Passover Provisions on the Lower East Side

Posted on: April 9th, 2012 at 10:18 am by

Still suffering from food coma post-seder and not sure where to pick up Passover provisions for the remainder of the week? Or simply just waited till the last minute? Boogie’s got your back.

Check out the following neighborhood establishments as you see fit:

Holyland Market (122 St. Mark’s Place) – by far the best selection of holiday goods on the Lower East Side. The tiny store is almost fully kosher for Passover and features plenty of dry and frozen goods. Everything is imported from Israel, so it’s a bit pricey.

Fine Fare (175 Clinton/545 Grand) – two small sections of the supermarket are dedicated to the holiday. There is plenty of Passover Coke to go around.

Streit’s Matzo (148-154 Rivington) – the forward retail space of the 87-year-old matzo factory carries a decent selection of dry goods, including snacks, soup consume, and matzo (natch).

Economy Candy (108 Rivington) – pretty much self-explanatory. Satiate your year-round sweet tooth and stay hyper with their selection of chocolates, Hebrew Bazooka gum, and chocolate covered matzos.

Russ & Daughters (179 East Houston) – all your appetizing needs.

Did we miss your favorites? Hit us up in the comments!

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