Program of events in progress. We will be adding many new events to this list over the coming weeks as we confirm venues.

When you purchase tickets in person at Fine Bagels, you'll get a free bagel to take home!

Sunday, March 19

Daytime: The Breakfast Market x Nosh Berlin: Join us as we kick off the week with a full on Jewish breakfast market at the Markthalle Neun. Bagels, jachnun, sabich, Injera, blintzes, challah french toast, some serious smoked fish action, homemade cream soda, kugels, pastrami, pickling demos...this is gonna be good. Event page here.

Evening: Showing of Alexa Karolinski's beautiful film Oma and Bella at the beautiful Kino Babylon on Rosa Luxembourg Platz. Q&A with the director. Included in the ticket is a special nosh and a drink after the show, created by Yuval Belhans and Mayaan Meir of Kiddush and Honeyspring Projects. Tickets available here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, March 20

 

The JCC of Krakow presents: food demo, tasting, and talk on Polish-Jewish food and food history. Location: Fine Bagels, Warschauerstrasse 74

Tickets available here!

5 euros

 

Tuesday, March 21

Amy Kritzer of the blog WhatJewWannaEat and gorgeous cookbook Sweet Noshings presents Creative Passover Cooking. This will be a food demo, tasting, and talk. Tickets on sale via eventbrite or in person at Fine Bagels.

10 euros

Wednesday, March 22

 

Goldhahn and Sampson cooking school presents: Journey to Jerusalem, Tastes and Smells of the Holy City with Ofir Graizer. Jerusalem is a fantastic meeting point of so many culinary traditions, Jewish, Palestinian, North African, Persian, Eastern European, and more. Language: Deutsch Buy tickets and sign up here!

Ofir Graizer

Growing up in Israel to a Jewish, half-religious family with Italian, Greek, Bulgarian and Polish blood, and being surrounded by smells and colors of the Arabic markets, cooking (and eating!) has always been an obsession for me. Since I was 16 I’ve been working in kitchens, and in the last years I combine my work as a filmmaker alongside teaching cooking in Germany. It is my pleasure to share my knowledge and create, together, a wonderful feast of colors, smells and tastes.

 

 

 

Molly Yeh's new cookbook, Molly on the Range

Molly Yeh's new cookbook, Molly on the Range

Molly Yeh of blog My Name is Yeh and recently released Molly on the Range talks cookbooks, recipes, and more. Further details to come!

 

 

 

 

Thursday, March 23

The Gefilte Ball

Jeffrey Yoskowitz of Gefilteria and The Gefilte Manifesto talks pickles, gefilte fish, and the classics of Ashkenazi cooking. Hosted by the incomparable Dan Stern. Cocktail pairing and dancing late into the night with musicians from Berlin's vibrant klezmer scene at the Ballhaus Rixdorf. Tickets available at in person at Fine Bagels or HERE

15 euros

Friday, March 24

Goldhahn and Sampson cooking school presents: Ofir's Real Jewish Cuisine! Learn to prepare beautiful and festive Ashkenazi shabbat dinner specialities with Ofir Grazier. All vegetarian. Challah, latkes, rugelach and more. Language: Deutsch Buy tickets and sign up here!

Night of Shabbat Supperclubs. More shabbat dinners to be added in the coming weeks!

Shabbat Supperclub #1: Fine Bagels presents A Yemenite Dinner with Gil Hovav and Adeena Sussman. Gil and Adeena will be serving up beautifully cooked Yemenite-Israeli dishes and treat their guests to storytelling and history. This is gonna be great! Tickets on sale at Fine Bagels or HERE. Location: Fine Bagels, Warschauerstrasse 74

40 euros

Gil Hovav is one of Israel's most beloved chefs and television personalities. Adeena Sussman is a chef and food writer.

Shabbat Supperclub #2: To be announced!

Shabbat Supperclub #3: To be announced!

Shabbat Supperclub #4: To be announced!

Gil Hovav is one of Israel's most beloved chefs and television personalities. Adeena Sussman is a chef and food writer.

Saturday, March 25

Goldhahn and Sampson cooking school presents: Bagels with Moha Al-Hasani!

In diesem Kurs lernt man die Grundlagen einer guten Hefeteigzubereitung, wie man schnelle und langsame Bagels herstellt und was dieses besondere Etwas ist, das Bagels für Amerikaner und viele andere so unwiderstehlich macht. Neben dem Unterschied zu Montreal-Bagels lernt man in diesem Kurs auch, mit Freunden und Familie umzugehen, die der Sucht nach knusprig-zähen Bagels verfallen sind und ständig mehr verlangen. Tickets and Sign-up here.

 

Moha Al-Hasani

Moha kommt aus Norddeutschland und lebt seit 2010 in Berlin, wo er als Strategieberater arbeitet und einen Kunstbuchgeschäft hat. Für eine vergangene Liebe ging er 2013 nach New York City und lernte schon vorher original New Yorker Bagel backen. Seither backt er sie regelmäßig für alle jüdischen und nicht-jüdischen, amerikanischen und nicht-amerikanischen Freunde in Berlin ein Softskill, der von vielen Freunden als das Beste an ihm geschätzt wird.