Four of those questions were answered by God, but the fifth question?
The fifth question is: why on this night do we eat at Henry’s?
Which leads us to a sixth question: Why, instead of sitting and enjoying the company of your family and friends, would you spend hours on end cooking dish after dish (and later cleaning dish after dish), cleaning the house, setting the table for the adults, another table for the kids, serving the food, only to be rewarded by washing all the dishes, putting everything away, AND THEN doing it all again the NEXT night!
Why go through all that trouble when you know that Chef Joseph Giannuzzi and the staff at Henry’s can do it all for you!
The tradition continues year after year at Henry’s, and this year Seder dinner will be offered April 19th and 20th . There are seating's available for you and your family to dine and enjoy the holiday together. We are offering a prie fixe 4 course traditional Seder menu or one can order ala carte.
And everything is also available for you to take home,
nobody will know you didn’t make it yourself,
let us make your matza balls and prepare the brisket,
you can take the credit, we won’t tell.
Call for more information and reservations.