Seder x Shabbat 2018

Passover is just around the corner! This year the holiday runs from March 30 through April 7th, and we want to nourish the first two nights of your celebration.

As an online and in-person community, we help not-in-college people in their 20s and 30s find, enjoy, and share Shabbat dinners to make the most of their Friday night and enjoy the best of life together. This year we’re extending that to Passover as well!

Create a DIY Seder This Year!

For hosts (if you aren’t yet a host, sign up here) we’ll nourish your seder in one of these ways:

  • Grocery delivery from Instacart or Fresh Direct. Check out our Pinterest boards for recipe ideas.
  • Gorgeous handmade items from Etsy or ModernTribe. Have a peek at our Etsy wishlist for serious seder inspiration, or take 10% off your order with the code ONETABLE to score some stunning table settings from ModernTribe.
  • Wine delivery from Winc or Drizly.

Post your Seder by March 27, 2018

You must post your dinner on the OneTable platform no later than Tuesday, March 27th in order to be nourished for Passover. (While we encourage you to host both nights and post them on the OneTable platform, the maximum amount of nourishment for Passover is $150.)

Pass your plate, raise your glass, and tell your story. We’ve pulled together easy ways to make your Seder a Friday night to truly savor.

What’s “Nourishment?”

OneTable partners with different on-demand services to make hosting easier. Currently, you choose from a range of options like grocery delivery via Instacart, dinner delivery from Seamless, or table decor from Etsy or ModernTribe.

Passover food can be crazy expensive. We know. We want to lighten the load by helping to cover the cost at $15 per person, with a maximum of $150 per Passover host.

Haggadot & Resource Suggestions:

OneTable Shabbat Passover Guide
Repair Logo
Unorthodox Passover
Reboot Logo
At The Well Passover
My Jewish Learning Passover Logo
JDC Entwine Logo
Other Side of the Sea Haggadah
Keshet Queer Haggadot
Jewbelong Logo
Wandering Is Over Haggadah

Thank you to Nataly Zigdon Photography.