Join us for a pop-up dinner event to celebrate Ukraine’s rich culinary heritage and to support Ukraine as the country enters the second year of a brutal war. This event is a collaboration between three New York City organizations: Eat Offbeat, Razom for Ukraine, and the Ukrainian Habitat Fund.
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What to Expect:
Event participants will enjoy a five course gourmet meal cooked by Ukrainian women refugees who are now based in New York City. A wine pairing is available at an additional cost.
As Ukraine enters the second year of war, this evening will give participants a chance to be together, eat delicious food, and learn more about Ukraine and its rich culinary and cultural history.
During the meal, famous Ukrainian anthropologist and food writer, Marianna Dushar (known to many as Pani Stefa
) will speak about the dishes and Ukraine’s unique culinary history. You’ll also hear some traditional Ukrainian music performed by Andriy Milavsky.
Proceeds from the event, and any additional donations, will go to support Razom for Ukraine and the Ukrainian Habitat Fund’s work supporting Ukrainians in need. Thank you for your support and generosity and for standing with Ukraine.
How about lunch?
If you can’t join us for dinner, take-out lunch will be available for pick up from Eat Offbeat with all proceeds going to support Razom for Ukraine and the Ukrainian Habitat Fund.
About the organizations
Eat Offbeat is a team of refugees and immigrants with an unparalleled passion for the craft of cooking. The company offers catering in the NY area, ships provisions and gifts nationwide, and serves its chefs’ authentic cuisines out of two locations in NYC (at Chelsea Market and on 550 Madison Ave.
). You can find them @eatoffbeat and eatoffbeat.com
Razom for Ukraine was founded in 2014 and is focused on unlocking Ukraine’s potential and building a more prosperous, democratic nation. Razom is providing critical humanitarian war relief and recovery to address the most urgent needs as they evolve. You can find them @razom.for.ukraine and razomforukraine.org
The Ukrainian Habitat Fund was founded in 2022 to provide New York City housing and support services for Ukrainians coming to the United States seeking refuge due to the war. You can find them
@ukrainianhabitatfund and ukrainianhabitatfund.org