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$48 Price per guest

A Cozy Jewish-Mexican Affair: Brunch

Hosted by Tamar

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The experience in a nutshell

Type of the event

Brunch, American

Number of guests

3 to 7

Time of the event

12:00 PM (2 hours)

The host speaks

English, Hebrew & 1 more

Fresh Starters

Homemade Granola with Tahini-Honey

Seasonal fruit with greek yoghurt, tahini honey, and crunchy maple olive oil granola.

Taste of Many Homes

Fancy Pants Latke

Potato & zucchini pancake with home-made creme fraiche and house-cured salmon.

Shakshuka Mexicana

Eggs cooked in a two chile sauce with feta cheese and grilled corn, with homemade tortillas on the side.

The Cure to all

Chocolate Babka

A warm braided pastry like no other.


French Press Coffee
Mexican Hot Chocolate

Drinks & Beverages

Cocktail, Guests can bring alcohol

Photos & Videos

What to expect

AndreaNovember 2018
What a fun experience would highly recommend yummy !!! Tamar is great host!!!
ChristineOctober 2018
Wow!! Tamar's babka was out of this world, I'm still thinking about it 3 days later. Tamar and her husband were lovely hosts and their apartment is very unique and stylish. Everything Tamar served for brunch was incredible, but my favorite was the babka & latkes. Tamar was a very gracious and friendly host and I would definitely come back for another one of her experiences. Thanks, Tamar!!
CarlaOctober 2018
Host Tamar & Aslan's Jewish-Mexican brunch was delicious! The fusion of Mexican and Jewish flavors worked well together and I left with a very satisfied stomach. Tamar and Aslan were great hosts and full of fun stories. I highly recommend trying one of their experiences
SusanDecember 2017

The place & Amenities
The full address will be provided once the booking is confirmed

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Meet Tamar
English, Hebrew, Spanish
Questions? Contact the host