Kitchen Explorations: Walk & Eat Tour of Jewish Chelsea

September 23, 2018 $20.00
(Courtesy Ess-a-Bagel)
(Courtesy Ess-a-Bagel)

In the 1920s, Jews made up over 80 percent of Chelsea’s population, making it second to NYC as the most densely Jewish city in America. Explore this history during a two-hour walking tour with Dr. Ellen Rovner, a Boston University cultural anthropologist whose family goes back four generations in Chelsea.

The tour begins at the famed Katz’s Bagels, family owned and operated since 1938, and ends with Salvadoran pupusas, a delicious staple of today’s Chelsea residents.

Location provided upon registration. This event is currently sold out.

Fact Sheet
Sunday, September 23, 2018, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
$20.00 Limited to 20 people

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