OneTable X Colorado Jewish Food Festival

Best way to up your cocktail game?  Make it farm to cocktail. Learn and taste fresh takes on traditional jewish food from around the world.  Make rugelach, and farm-fresh canapes with What Jew Wanna Eat, blogger, Amy Kritzer. Try your hand at making reusable food wrap out of muslin and beeswax. Come explore how Jews do food in the 21st century at the 7th annual Colorado Jewish Food Fest.


Buy your pre-sale ticket today for just $5, (workshops require pre-registration and will sell out!  Ticket prices double at the door, so be sure to buy them early)! Pro Tip: First 100 people that sign up to volunteer for an hour-ish at the festival to get in for free!


Sunday, April 15th from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the Boulder JCC.  More info at:

Pick Your Nosh – Get Your Ticket Today!

Pick between our two excellent Nosh:pitality events (Note: You need a ticket to the festival and a Nosh ticket to attend these):

Mixology: This nosh/workshop at the Colorado Jewish Food Fest is a unique cocktail and mixology workshop with a local mixologist, Daniel Hoffelmeyer from Boulder’s River and Woods. The cocktail will include ingredients from the Milk and Honey Farm.

Canape class: Join award-winning What Jew Wanna Eat blogger Amy Kritzer in this hands-on event. Ask your most pressing Jew food questions, have a lot of fun, and learn how to make three easy and delicious Jewish canapes: Bagel, Lox and Schmear Bite; Apples, Honey and Goat Cheese Crostini; Pickled Beet Everything Bagel Deviled Eggs