It’s socially distant Seder 2.0. Yes, Jewish New Yorkers will be celebrating their second Passover in a pandemic, but it’s not all bad. For one, fully vaccinated families can safely gather together inside, and if the weather holds up, others can perhaps host a Seder outdoors. But for those relegated to yet another year of reciting the four questions via Zoom and streaming The Ten Commandments during another day of self-quarantine, a pick-me-up may be in order. In this year-plus of takeout, many New York restaurants are stepping up to offer Passover to-go. Here’s where to order from: