10th Annual Latke Festival
at The Brooklyn Museum
Latke Festival, hosted at the Brooklyn Museum and produced by Great Performances, is an annual charity tasting event benefiting The Sylvia Center. It is one-night affair, celebrating New York’s best latkes and creative interpretations of a potato pancake.
In our 10th year, the 2018 Latke Festival is set to be the biggest and most special yet.
Join us and our panel of celebrity judges on December 3rd to ring in the holidays, enjoy amazing food and drink, dance to our live DJ, and vote for the Best Latke of all!
www.latkefestival.com | #LatkeFest
Tickets include access to the event along with unlimited latke and food tastings; beer, wine, cocktail and non-alcoholic beverages included.
Regular Admission: $75
VIP Admission: $125
*includes exclusive access to VIP lounge at at The Norm Restaurant & Bar at Brooklyn Museum, serving specialty cocktails and snacks
Benefiting the Sylvia Center
All net proceeds will go to The Sylvia Center, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting childhood obesity and food-related diseases through hands-on programs in the kitchen and at the farm to teach lifelong healthy eating habits and culinary skills.
Restaurants, Brands and Chefs serving guest and competing for title of NYC’s Best Latke
BAMCafe - Chef Saul Bolton
Benchmark Restaurant - Chef Ryan Jaronik
Bricolage - Chef Lien Lin
Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola - Chef Corey Samuel
Dutch Boy Burger - Chef Ray Persaud
Feisty Flavors Catering - Chef Cindy Thomas
FONDA - Chef Roberto Santibanez
Garden Court Cafe
Jacob's Pickles - Chef Glenroy Brown
Korzo - Chef Maria Zizak
Kulushkat - Chef Yagil Kadosh
Mama O's - Chef Kheedim Oh
Mae Mae Cafe - Chef Saul Bolton
Mike's Hot Honey - Chef Mark Russell
The Norm at Brooklyn Museum - Chef Andy Meijas
Orwashers - Chef Keith Cohen
Patina Restaurant Group - Chef Jacqueline Kelly
Riss' Knishes - Chef Larissa Raphael
Shelsky's of Brooklyn - Chef Peter Shelsky, co-owner
Veselka - Chef Dima Martseniuk
White Tiger - Chef Liz Kwon
The generous brands supporting our love of latkes and The Sylvia Center