Safta Offers “Dinner and a Movie” Meal for Denver Jewish Film Festival, Through February 17

Safta is offering a “Dinner and a Movie” package for The Denver Jewish Film Festival through February 17 that includes tahini hummus, labneh, lutenitsa, falafel, harissa roasted half chicken and four pita for $65. 

Because the Festival is entirely virtual, Denverites can pick up their meal to-go and eat while enjoying the film of their choice through the Festival from the comfort of home. 

To order the Safta “Dinner and Movie” meal, visit Safta’s website, click “Order Takeout” and scroll to find the “Denver Jewish Film Festival” meal. For movie tickets visit jccdenver.org/film.

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