Nosh Your Way Around the 2024 Boulder Jewish Festival

Food is at the forefront of Jewish tradition and the Boulder Jewish Festival on Sunday, June 9. Many vendors will be spread across Pearl Street Mall between Spruce and Pearl just east of the courthouse. Being able to present a wide variety of foods connected to the Jewish experience is an area around which all cultures can connect. Please join us at the Boulder Jewish Festival from 11 am – 5 pm on Sunday, June 9 for fun, music, and much more. For more information on the Boulder Jewish Festival, please visit the Boulder JCC website.

Food vendors include: 

Boychik Kitchen Boychik is a Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant that offers traditional cuisine with a modern interpretation. Naturally healthy, driven by fresh ingredients, and customizable to dietary preferences. Comforting and craveable!

Falafel King Enterprises For generations, people throughout the Mediterranean world have enjoyed the unique flavors and healthy ingredients of the local cuisine. Now you can experience the delights of Mediterranean cooking in Colorado. Enjoy Falafel King quality at one of our casual restaurants, at a catered event, or in the comfort of your own home.

HipPOPs – Handcrafted & customizable gelato on a stick.

LB Kosher Grill It’s no longer enough to offer glatt kosher burgers, one needs to serve food that meets the highest secular standards, and the Boulder County Center for Judaism is making that happen. When the Boulder Jewish Festival started years ago, Rabbi Pesach and Chany Scheiner, co-directors of the Boulder County Center for Judaism (called Chabad of Boulder at that time) had a desire to get more Kosher foods within the festivities. Thus, the Kosher Grill was born.

Scrambled – Whistling Boar Dedicated to sustainable hospitality practices and building community with Colorado farms to provide farm-to-fork experiences one plate at a time.

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