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May 17

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Pop-Up Restaurant with
Chef Michael Solomonov

Beloved champion of Israel’s diverse culinary traditions, Michael Solomonov – chef, restaurant-owner and cookbook author – is best known for Zahav in Philadelphia, the first Israeli-American restaurant to be granted an Outstanding by the James Beard Awards. After expanding across Philadelphia with seven more eateries, in 2022 he opened both Cafe K’Far and the grill house Laser Wolf in Williamsburg, quickly named one of the “50 places in America we’re most excited about” by The New York Times. He is co-author of three cookbooks, including Zahav, a James Beard Foundation Award Cookbook of the Year.

Wednesday, May 17 | 
7:00 pm Eastern
$180 General Admission
$125 Temple Emanu-El members
Full meal and signed cookbook included
$180 General Admission
$125 Temple Emanu-El members
Full meal and signed cookbook included

In-Person Event

Seating is limited to 60 guests per night

Covid-19 Policy: 
Masks are no longer required but are available to those who request.

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Wednesday, May 17 | 
7:00 pm
$180 General Admission
$125 Temple Emanu-El members
Full meal and signed cookbook included
$180 General Admission
$125 Temple Emanu-El members
Full meal and signed cookbook included

Beloved champion of Israel’s diverse culinary traditions, Michael Solomonov – chef, restaurant-owner and cookbook author – is best known for Zahav in Philadelphia, the first Israeli-American restaurant to be granted an Outstanding by the James Beard Awards. After expanding across Philadelphia with seven more eateries, in 2022 he opened both Cafe K’Far and the grill house Laser Wolf in Williamsburg, quickly named one of the “50 places in America we’re most excited about” by The New York Times. He is co-author of three cookbooks, including Zahav, a James Beard Foundation Award Cookbook of the Year.

In-Person Event

Seating is limited to 60 guests per night

Covid-19 Policy: 
Masks are no longer required but are available to those who request.

STRIKE

Pop-Up Restaurant

For just three evenings, The Temple Emanu-El Streicker Cultural Center will become an avant-garde restaurant, serving elegant dinners designed around recipes from the cookbooks of the leading Jewish chefs — with the authors on hand to tell the stories behind the ingredients and the inspirations behind their creations.

Delicious food, Israeli wine parings and unique dining experiences with a different chef each evening.

Tuesday, May 16: Chef Michael W. Twitty
Wednesday, May 17:  Chef Michael Solomonov
Thursday, May 18:  Chef Adeena Sussman

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