You won't want to miss this new, exclusive Tenement Museum event series exploring real family recipes of the immigrants and migrants who once lived on Orchard Street. The series includes four evening events, each featuring a 45-minute tour inside one of our National historic sites, followed by a tasting of a family recipe and discussion led by culinary historian and New York Times profiled author Sarah Lohman.
Individual event tickets are $35 each
Save by purchasing Tenement Kitchens as a series! While the March 22nd event is sold out, you may purchase tickets for the three remaining dates at a discounted rate of $75. In order to take advantage of this offer, please contact the Museum Call Center at (877) 975-3786.
Eating in Hard Times: Wednesday, March 22; 6:30 pm
See how immigrant families cut corners during the Panic of 1873 and the Great Depression followed by a Baldizzi family recipe tasting and discussion.
Adaptation in America: Wednesday, April 19; 6:30 pm
Explore the kitchens of two neighbors in the year 1916; immigrants from present-day Greece and Lithuania followed by a Confino family recipe tasting and discussion.
New Exhibit First-Look Part I: Wednesday, May 17; 6:30 pm
Enjoy a rare behind the scenes look at the new immigrant and migrant family stories at 103 Orchard Street, featuring the Epsteins, one of the very first refugee families of World War II. Preview their story and taste their food.
New Exhibit First-Look Part II: Wednesday, June 21; 6:30 pm
Enjoy a rare behind the scenes look at a Chinese immigrant and Puerto Rican migrant family stories at 103 Orchard Street, featuring the Saez-Velez and Wong families. Preview their stories and taste their food.