Food & Drink
Eat brunch with Taïm chef Einat Admony at her own Fort Greene home
Einat Admony, the force behind Middle Eastern gems Bar Bolonat, Balaboosta and Taïm, will open her Fort Greene loft to guests on Sunday, August 17 for an intimate Yemenite brunch at noon. As part of the EatWith Chef Series, which allows diners to walk into the private kitchens of famous chefs, the meal will be inspired by Admony's Tel Aviv roots, complete with pomegranate mimosas, hard-boiled "brown eggs" soaked overnight in tea and house-made chocolate "Kit-Kats".
Limited tickets are available via EatWith for a suggested donation of $57, but don't fret if you don't nab a ticket for this particular feast: later this summer, Israeli-born baker Uri Scheft of Breads Bakery—home to the best babka in the city—will host eight diners at his Chelsea apartment for a traditional Danish spread.
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