Eat and Drink 8 bready foods to stuff your face with after Passover By MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated April 9, 2015 11:25 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Ready to get back on the bread? If you're celebrating Passover, chances are you're pretty much ready to get back into leavened food. Whether you consider Passover to last seven or eight days, you'll be back on bread starting Friday or Saturday. We've rounded up some of New York's breadiest treats to enjoy breaking Passover with this year! Nutella Babka from Petite Shell Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ Forget every babka you've ever eaten and head to the Upper East Side for this warm, doughy, chocolate and hazelnutty Nutella Babka. The stuff worthy of 'Seinfeld' legend, this is one treat that will never be considered the 'lesser babka.' And, it's kosher! Find it: Petite Shell, 1269 Lexington Ave. Croissant from Le District Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ One of the flakiest, butteriest croissants in town is found at Brookfield Place's new Eataly-style French market, Le District. Enjoy it the comfort of the open market place or head for a walk on the Hudson, equipped with pastry! Find it: Le District, 225 Liberty St., 212-981-8588 Chocolate Rugelach from Breads Bakery Known for their babka and freshly baked loaves of bread, you'll want to indulge your sweet tooth with sticky chocolate rugelach from Breads. Eponymously anti-Passover, conclude your holiday with a newly baked batch of leavened goods near Union Square. Find it: Breads Bakery, 18 E 16th St., 212-633-2253 Ziti Pizza at Bravo Kosher Pizza Photo Credit: FLICKR/drtchock Enjoy your pizza and pasta all in one with this cheese pizza slice topped with a portion of vegetarian baked ziti. Forget matzo pizza, this is the real carb-oholics slice of choice. Find it: Bravo Kosher Pizza, 6 E. 42nd St., 1367 Broadway and 17 Trinity Pl. Eggplant Parm Sandwich at Parm Photo Credit: Parm Get your breaded ingredients on more bread (choose from a sweet semolina hero or classic sesame) at this restaurant dedicated to all things Parmesan. Parm's delicious signature red sauce coats crispy fried eggplant and every bite of this indulgent sandwich ensures bready goodness. Find it: 248 Mulberry St., 212-993-7189 The Bruffin Photo Credit: The Bruffin So it's not entirely a brioche muffin, but this meal in a muffin is a fantastic bready creation to help break a week sans leavened dough. Enjoy one of the original internationally inspired flavors or go for a Bruffin creation like a Bruffin bowl full of tortilla soup! Find It: The Bruffin Café, 52 Gansevoort St., thebruffin.com April Bloomfield's Salad Sandwich Photo Credit: David Loftus You're not going to find this on any of April Bloomfield's NYC menus but you can make the celebrity chef's signature sandwich at home! Load up on bread from your favorite local bakery and celebrate the green bounty of spring with this veggie-packed sandwich. Recipe here. Mac 'n Cheese Burger at Ainsworth Park Photo Credit: FACEBOOK/AinsworthPark Okay, so this one is definitely not kosher, but it packs in a lot of bready (and cheesey and meaty) goodness in one meal. Plus, plenty of beer is around to add to all the non-Passover festivities. Find it: Ainsworth Park, 111 E. 18th St., 212-673-2467 By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.