You may be wondering, “what the heck does that mean?”
So far the opportunity to enjoy gourmet meals in my home has been limited to groups of six or more people.
It was pointed out to me that there are several problems with that model:
- Having a gourmet meal in a private home is something that would particularly interest tourists, but most tourists don’t come in groups of six.
- Israelis might enjoy such an experience for a special occasion such as an anniversary, but likewise might not have a group of six.
- One of the benefits of dining in a private home is the opportunity to meet new people, but if the group is all people you bring, you don’t meet a lot of new people.
So I’ve decided to join the “Social Dining” movement. In social dining, people have meals in private homes together with other people. Hence the “social” aspect.
In addition to the private dinner parties I’ve been offering, I’m going to try having a few open to the public “social dining” evenings.
We will have a maximum of 12 diners each evening. No minimum number of people to book a reservation: singles, couples, or groups are welcome.
We’re starting off with two dates:
Thursday, March 10, 2016 and Friday, March 18, 2016.
Cost is $75 or NIS 300 per person for March 9 or $85 or NIS 340 per person for the Shabbat meal on March 18.
All meals include appetizer, main course, dessert, and wine.
Or you can book a reservation now.
Hope to see you soon!Share