Craving some Lebanese cuisine and its assortment of traditional middle eastern meze and kebobs? Fortunately for you, one of New York City's premier grocers is ready to host a private pop-up dinner after store hours featuring some of the most mouth-watering Middle Eastern creations your taste buds won't be able to stop talking about. Are you ready to join your fellow foodie adventurers on a Lebanese food & wine experience like no other?
Join New York Adventure Club for a private pop-up dinner at the Industry City location of Sahadi's, a James Beard Award-winning grocer that's been serving Middle Eastern cuisine in Brooklyn since 1948.
Led by Chef Kamel Burris, our intimate group dining experience will include:
*Food allergy note: this meal contains nuts, seeds, gluten, dairy, and meat. If you have an allergy, please call Sahadi's Industry City ahead of time at (718) 788-7500.
Originally from Lebanon, the family first established Sahadi’s in Manhattan’s “Little Syria” in 1895. Wade Sahadi moved the shop to Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn in 1948, due to the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge and the migration of the community. Wade’s son Charlie Sahadi took over in 1967, with the help of his wife Audrey and his siblings Bob & Richie. Today, it’s currently helmed by Charlie’s children, Ron Sahadi and Christine Sahadi Whelan, and her husband Pat Whelan. Now, two generations born & raised in Brooklyn, the fourth generation of the family have recently entered the business, returning to their roots and offering fine arak, Lebanese wines, and expanding on the world-famous Lebanese hospitality with cafe service and private events.
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Photo Credit: Main - Victoria Shes, Bottom Right - Daria Nepriakhina
Categories: In-Person, Food & Drink