Bunna Cafe (Brooklyn, NY) will host a traditional Ethiopian musical storytelling event (plus Ethiopian food for purchase) followed by a dance party.
By Dakota Kim (Paste Magazine) |
Bunna Cafe isn’t just a vegan Ethiopian restaurant; it’s a music venue, an Ethiopian coffee ceremony center, a dance spot and sometimes, a cooking school. The Bushwick, Brooklyn neighborhood spot hosts cooking classes where it teaches the making of injera, the spongy teff bread used as a utensil for eating dishes like misir wot, a spicy red lentil stew. At the end of each class, the delicious results are shared amongst a happy group of wine-drinking cooks.
On September 3, Bunna will host a traditional Ethiopian musical storytelling event followed by a dance party. Ethiopian food will be available for purchase at the event.
1084 Flushing Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11237
Source: Paste Magazine
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