Date: Sunday, May 19
Time: 8:30 to 11
Location: Near the Morgan L stop in Bushwick, BK
[exact location revealed upon ticket purchase]
Tickets: $50 [all inclusive]

Terms and Conditions
[please read before booking!]

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Habesha Nights is going strong at our exquisite secret location in Bushwick, BK. Join us on Sunday, May 19, for a night of Ethiopian fine dining. This is a communal experience – meals are shared, strangers become friends, and an uncertain evening becomes a night of culinary intimacy. We have reserved a beautiful, organic space that is perfectly suited for an intimate dinner party.

Special Guest

For this dinner we will be screening a short 20 minute film from Ethiopia. Details will be revealed soon.
MENU (all Vegan)


Lentil Sambusa – Light and crispy filo dough pastries stufffed with a lentil mix.

Main Course

Injera – Ethiopian soudough flatbread made with teff and barley.
Misir Wot – Red lentils cooked with a spicy Berbere sauce, made of crushed red peppers and a mixture of garlic, ginger, cardamom, onion, and oil.
Yater Kik Alicha – Yellow split peas cooked with red onion, ginger, garlic, herbs and a touch of turmeric.
Keysir – Simmered beets, potatoes, and onion.
Gomen – Steamed Kale, potatoes, and carrots, lightly salted.
Shiro – Ground chickpeas cooked with minced onions, garlic, and ginger.
Fasolia – Simmered string beans and carrots.
Yesuf Fitfit – Sunflower milk, tomato, and peppers mixed with crumbled injera.
Kedija Selata – Kale, tomato, peppers, and avocado in an Olive Oil dressing.


Dates and spiced popcorn – served alongside the coffee ceremony


Suf Wetet – Filtered sunflower milk
Shai – Ethiopian spiced black tea
Tej – We will perform a round of tasting and a toast using Ethiopian honey wine
Aside from the Tej, this dinner is BYOB.


A full Ethiopian dinner, composing of an appetizer, seven-dish shared meal, and light dessert.

A tasting of Tej, traditional Ethiopian Honey Wine.

Ethiopian Bunna, or Coffee, brewed from the traditional Coffee Ceremony.

A special film screening from Ethiopia.

Booking and Refunds

Your admission fee will be processed through Paypal and will be all inclusive for the services listed in the event description. Please remember that our events are BYOB, except for our usual Tej tasting and toast. You may request a full refund of your ticket price minus the paypal processing fee any time up to 48 hours before the event by emailing [email protected]. If you request a refund within 48 hours, a 30% processing fee will apply. We do this because we purchase food and supplies with your attendance in mind and the fee compensates for those already purchased goods.

Event Details

Venue: We have booked a secret location in the Bushwick, Brooklyn neighborhood, just off the Morgan L stop and walking distance from the Flushing Avenue J,M train. Once you reserve your ticket we will send you an email within 24 hours with the exact address and directions. If you do not receive an email please contact us at [email protected]. The location is within a building with residences so please be mindful of noise and respect both the venue and the building.

Time: We will open doors at 8pm and dinner will begin at 8:30. Please arrive promptly between these times. Due to the relatively late start we will begin food service promptly at 8:30. Musical entertainment will begin around 9:30 and coffee ceremony will start at 10. The event should be completed by 11pm.

Food Service: Ethiopian dining is communal. Guests sit together and share large platters that accommodate up to four people. Also the food is eaten with your hands, using Injera as your utensil. We maintain very high standards for hygeine. Hot towels will be provided before dining to clean your hands. Additionally, a wash basin will be available and of course we will accommodate any request for napkins and extra sanitation items. We will ask you to share a plate with other guests. Side plates will be provided for injera and anything else you want to sequester.

Dietary Needs: The food is 100% vegan. The only item that is not technically vegan is the Tej, which is made from honey. The injera contains a small amount of gluten, but if you have an allergy please notify us one week in advance and we will arrange for gluten-free injera to be provided to you. If you have ANY other food allergies please let us know before the event and we will do our best to accommodate you.

That is about it. Just come prepared to have fun! We look forward to meeting you.