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Kosher Restaurant One-Nighter

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There are no kosher restaurants in Boulder yet, but on Sunday, November 14th, Boulder and Denver residents will dine in an authentic Kosher Restaurant. Chabad of Boulder is creating a one-night Kosher experience. A team of Boulder’s top chefs, including Ezra Cohen and Jessica Hersh, owner of Sweet Pea Cuisine, are collaborating to produce a sumptuous menu of kosher delicacies. Chef Ezra Cohen says, “We’re working extremely hard to give the patrons a great Experience.” The meal will be accompanied by a wine-bar.

Adding even more excitement to this incredible event, two of Boulder’s top Jewish musicians will be playing Klezmer music throughout the night.

We’re going all out to give the community a real taste of the classic kosher restaurant; and for some participants it may be their first time eating traditional Kosher food” said Mendy Scheiner, event organizer.  When asked what type of crowd they’re expecting, Mendy responded, “We have been receiving reservations from a diverse crowd of people; ranging from totally non-religious to fully orthodox, kids to bubbies. The kosher restaurant experience really speaks to everyone.”

People from all over Colorado are taking part in this elegant kosher restaurant experience happening in the scenic Boulder community. The event has been such a hit that when famous Colorado playwright Don Fried was asked to produce a funny promo he readily agreed. (Promo can be viewed on krnight.com).

Kosher Restaurant Night will be held at the legendary Millennium Harvest House. The restaurant is open from 5 pm to 9 pm and is by reservation only. For the delicious menu, pricing and to reserve, go to krnight.com. Contact Mendy for more information: 720-448-0089.

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