We invite you to Apples and Honey – a biodynamic celebration of the Jewish New Year at Bouley Botanical.
Chef David Bouley will create a ritual feast to commemorate the second night of Rosh Hashanah, utilizing fresh produce from his urban farm. Dip Bouley Baked Bread and fresh organic apples in manuka honey and savor traditional Jewish dishes as interpreted by the Bouley culinary team.
The evening will begin at 6:30 with a 30 minute reception featuring passed canapés and klezmer music. Guests will then enjoy a multi-course Rosh Hashanah dinner accompanied by a kosher wine program curated by Beverage Director Adrien Falcon.
Please note that the menu will be Kosher-style but that our cuisine is not traditionally designated kosher.
About Bouley Botanical:
Chef David Bouley has created a versatile new venue, Bouley Botanical, a living events space designed to excite all five senses, dedicated to the celebration of Private, Social and Business Events. Think of Botanical as a blank canvas that can be themed through color LED lighting, media wall, state-of-the-art sound, video and decoration to fit the mood of your event. Located in TriBeCa at 281 Church Street (corner of White), Botanical envelopes your guests in an environ of pure ingredients, featuring 400+ edible species of plants growing in vertical window gardens, supported by the largest bio-dynamic green house in New England.
‘Bouley Seder’ event ticket price of $197 includes tax and gratuity.