Dialogue and Dinner
DINNER & DIALOGUE: FOOD & RACE
What's the future of food & race in Philadelphia? Join us at EAT Cafe for a special dinner & dialogue with special guests:
Dwayne Wharton, The Food Trust
Kirtrina Baxter, Soil Generation
Noelle Warford, Urban Tree Connection
EAT Cafe and Urban Consulate are collaborating for a night of Dinner and Dialogue.
A winner of the Knight Cities Challenge, Urban Consulate has hosted over 100 conversations in Detroit, Philadelphia & New Orleans to bring people together and share ideas for cities.
EAT Cafe is a partnership of The Center for Hunger-Free Communities part of Drexel University's School of Public Health, Drexel's Center for Hospitality and Sport Management and The Vetri Community Partnership.
Please note: Because of limited space, seating will be assigned. We will make every effort to keep members of a single reservation together but we cannot promise. It's an intimate space, thought, so no one will be far away from anyone else.
Hor's d'oeuvres selection
First Course: Kale salad with dried cranberries; candied walnuts; feta; balsamic vinaigrette
Main Course: Choice of
Mediterranean Chicken with orange, cumin and oregano. Warm jasmine rice with mint, raisins and orange vinaigrette. Tunisian spinach
Pan seared salmon with Mediterranean rub. Warm jasmine rice with mint, raisins and orange vinaigrette. Tunisian spinach
Curried vegetable cakes w/ cauliflower & sweet potatoes. Tunisian spinach. (vegan)
Dessert: A selection of housemade desserts
EAT Cafe (View)
3820 Lancaster Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19104
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|