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Kosher Pop-Ups in Berkeley - A kosher fine dining experience! Sunday, Feb. 16 at the West Side Café, 2570 9th St. (X Parker)

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Kosher Pop-Ups* presents

An Epic Night ~
A kosher fine dining experience

Sunday, February 16 at the West Side Café, 2570 9th Street X Parker, Berkeley

No-host cocktail hour 6-7 pm

Followed by A Modern American Meal prepared by Epic Bites
Featuring pastured Grow and Behold  beef (veg option available)

Prix fixe $54 per person ($45 veg)

Under the Kosher Supervision of Congregation Beth Israel and Beth Jacob Congregation.

*Kosher Pop-Ups is a community effort bringing unique kosher experiences to Bay Area food lovers. 
"We are here for the food and not for profit."

Seating is extremely limited.
Reservation link will open early next week, watch for it in your inbox.

  
Questions or more info: contact kosherpopups@gmail.com

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