*We are no longer accepting online ticket sales. We will be selling tickets at the door for $26!
Grab coffee with us at a buzzy evening of kaffeehauskultur! From Central Europe to L.A., coffeehouses have always been the perfect environment for creativity, debate, and self-expression in public space. Starting in the nineteenth century, cafés in Berlin, Odessa, Vienna, and Warsaw served as cultural breeding grounds for Jewish thinkers, who gathered to kibitz and schmooze — yak and chat — and in the process developed liberal ideas and modern Jewish culture, which spread out to Tel Aviv, New York, and beyond. Join us for a taste of each of these cities, complete with specialty coffees, pastry, and more — all in a modern coffeehouse in West Hollywood.
Monday, March 4 at 7:00 pm
Location: West Hollywood
Date/Time: Monday 3/4 | 7:00 pm
Through February 28: $18 each
Mar 1-4 : $26 each, while supplies last
Pastries and bites provided will be vegetarian. All drinks — coffees, teas, beer, and wine — are on the haus.
Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
NuRoots is excited to welcome members from the Council of American Jewish Museums (CAJM) to this evening!
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