Zabar's Loves Food. Maybe obviously. While celebrating our 80th Anniversary we found time to not just sponsor Symphony Space, Selected Shorts and the Five Boroughs Food Talks but last October, Saul Zabar's was even on a panel!
From the Five Boroughs Food Talk: Jewish Food:
Left to Right: Gabriella Gershenson, Saul Zabar, Liz Alpern, Naama Shefi, Mitchell Davis. Photo credit: Rahav Segev/photopass.com
What a fun and lively evening (not to mention delicious sounding). We're glad to be a part of the series as it continues in 2015.
The next event "Five Boroughs Food Talk: Brooklyn as a Brand" is on January 6, 2015, at 7:30 PM in the Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space. It will feature denizens, business owners and cultural tide shapers from a borough that has given us many greats - including Saul Zabar!
Symphony Space has given us a special code to share just with our fans for a great deal on tickets! When you buy your tickets online just use the code ZABARS5 for $10 tickets!!! (Regular price is $15!) Get your tickets at Symphony Space.
Overview of the Talk:
Just the word "Brooklyn" alone evokes images of artisanal popsicles, mason jars filled with pickled produce, and delightfully labeled homebrews. Brooklyn has become the "it" spot for trying something new or reviving something old with a twist, and food is certainly part of this borough's burgeoning brand. Curious about how an entire borough can conjure such a distinct flavor? Join host Gabriella Gershenson in this lively discussion with some of the people making it possible.
Eric Demby, co-founder of Brooklyn Flea, Smorgasburg, and Berg'n
Allison Kave, founder of First Prize Pies, co-owner of Butter and Scotch
Marty Markowitz, former Brooklyn Borough President, Vice President of Borough Engagement & Promotion at NYC&COMPANY
Rachel Wharton, editor in chief of Edible Brooklyn
For more info & tickets, visit Symphony Space