Easter and Passover are just around the corner, and Rosa Mexicano is the perfect place for you to enjoy the holidays with your loved ones. At Rosa Mexicano, Easter Brunch will be served on April 9 until 4 PM, and a Passover Menu will be available from April 15-23, 2023.
Celebrate the holidays with an ‘elevated fiesta,’ featuring a beef brisket hash, mimosa flight, churro bites, and more. See below for further details on Rosa Mexicano’s Easter and Passover menu options, offered at all 10 locations.
Easter Brunch April 9th
Available until 4PM
Classic, Pomegranate, Mango, and Passionfruit
Pulled Lamb shoulder in Chile pasilla, garlicky green beans, jalapeño mint salsita, corn tortillas
Mixed Berry Capirotada
Brioche bread pudding, mixed berries, canela powdered sugar, maple syrup
Beef Brisket Hash
Two eggs, yukon gold potatoes, poblanos, onions, salsa molcajete (vegetarian)
Mini churros made beignet style in canela powdered sugar and served with café con leche y chocolate sauce
Passover Menu Offered April 15 - 23
Chicken Vegetable Soup
Shaved cabbage, red chile chicken, chicken broth
Garlicky green beans, crispy potatoes, roasted tomato chipotle sauce
Roasted Half Chicken
Mole poblano, sautéed spinach, sweet plantains, white rice, corn tortillas
Seasonal vegetable sauté, avocado pico de gallo, pipian verde
Chocolate crumble, whipped cream, chocolate pearls
OUR CLOSEST LOCATION to PHILLY is in Suburban Square
ABOUT THE ROSA MEXICANO:
Rosa Mexicano is a destination born of a unique vision. In our restaurants, you’ll experience upscale dining that honors Mexican heritage, culinary techniques, and the global explorations and inspirations of our founder, Josefina Howard. Rosa Mexicano offers an “elevated fiesta” deeply rooted in authentic Mexican cuisine, serving both beloved classics and sophisticated dishes in a stylish and festive atmosphere.
Our Founding Chef, Josefina Howard, opened the flagship Rosa Mexicano on New York’s Upper East Side in 1984. She was a world traveler, pioneer, entrepreneur, interior designer, chef, and innovator. Sharing the cuisine of Mexico became her mission and her passion, and Josefina made her mark as the first chef to introduce fine dining Mexican fare to the dynamic New York restaurant scene.