OneTable is so excited to announce our launch in Boston, so we’re celebrating with you and some of our fav Jewish food from around the city. We’re taking Friday night to new levels and partnering with the Riverway Project, Temple Israel of Boston, Liz Alpern and Jeffrey Yoskowitz of The Gefilteria, and Honeymoon Israel to bring you a Friday night food experience you won’t forget.
First, join us for a cocktail hour and craft cocktail (or mocktail!) making experience. Then, meet our hosts and partners, as well as OneTable’s new Field Fellows as we head into both traditional and alternative Friday night rituals and blessings. Then…we EAT!
The new map of Jewish food in Boston (illustrated by Aly Miller for “The Official Guide to Jewish Eats,” a Nosher and Gefilteria collaboration) will serve as our guide for the night as we bring together chefs, purveyors and food creators to celebrate the Jewish food experience across the city. As we dine, Liz and Jeffrey from The Gefilteria will help weave together the stories from the makers of our food, explore the map and connect our history to the food.
There will be food maps and OneTable Shabbat ritual cards to take home, and a surprise special treat! Come for the wine and stories; stay for the food and new friends.
We thank those who have agreed to nourish us through their food contributions for their immense generosity. We’re excited that we’ve partnered with Mandylicious Challah, Michael’s Deli, Inna’s, Mamaleh’s, Quicksilver Baking Co. and Beantown Pastrami so far! Stay tuned for more details and updates—we’re adding new partners daily.
We are generously supported by a grant from Combined Jewish Philanthropies that allows us to continue to create a Shabbat dinner movement in Boston.+ More... - Less...
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