04/15/2011 04:57 pm ET | Updated Jun 15, 2011

Passover 2011: Guide To New York City Guides

Passover begins at sundown on Monday, April 18. It commemorates the story of the Exodus, in which the ancient Israelites were freed from slavery in Egypt.

With the holiday fast approaching, New York media outlets have compiled plenty of 'best-of' lists for those who don't dig on swine (or bread, for next week, that is). It's a lot to sift through, so we've done it for you! Here then is our list of the best of the best Passover guides.

Zagat's guide to where to eat for Passover

Nearsay's best gourmet Seder restaurants.

New York Times' guide to Seder's in New York and elsewhere.

Gothamist's five restaurant Seders with seats left.

The New York Daily News' best kosher wines.

Grub Street's sweetest Passover deserts.

Mommy Poppins' has the best Passover events for youngsters.

The Times has a story about the best Passover apps.

• And, in case you'd rather have a Seder at home, our friends at Patch have the best recipes.