Moroccan Mimuna Feast at Moona with Kitchen Kibitz
Join us as Kitchen Kibitz pops up at Moona for a special night of Moroccan Jewish cooking.
The holiday caps off the end of Passover with a communal feast, as Jewish families open their homes and reintroduce chametz (leavened bread and other food prohibited on Passover) once again. The Mimuna dinner will be a four course journey, highlighting traditional items from Morocco like the mufleta, a super thin crepe, as well as delicious salads and tajines from across the region.
Tickets are $60/person and include four courses, tax and gratuity. Full cash bar.
On Sunday April 8th, we will host two seatings at 5:30 and 7:30
Kitchen Kibitz is a pop-up dining experience focused on re-imaging global Jewish cuisine. Created out of a passion for Jewish food and childhood memories of cooking, Jeff Gabel teams up with Boston chefs to highlight classic flavors of the old world and elevate the techniques with a modern spin.