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Cultural Cuisine: Caracas Arepa Bar, Venezuelan Restaurant


Event Details

Date: 01/30/20 Cost: $26 Time: 6:00 PM Location: Williamsburg, BK

Disfruta la deliciosa comida venezolana con nosotros! Enjoy delicious Venezuelan dishes with us!

Cultural Cuisine is a great opportunity to socialize with other students from different nationalities, academic backgrounds and universities, as well as experience unfamiliar cuisines and their significance.” – Student from Iran

Our first Cultural Cuisine of 2020 will take us to South America for some tasty Venezuelan dishes! Venezuela is known for having a rich cultural history that’s been shaped by American Indian, Spanish, African, Italian, Portuguese, Arab, German, and South American influences. Since the cultural history is so diverse it's no surprise that so is the country's food. Let's start the New Year off right, by making new friends and sharing a delicious meal, at the Caracas Arepa Bar in Brooklyn on Thursday, January 30th! 

For this event, One To World created a special menu for you to try:

Appetizers (Served Family Style)

Deep fried yucca (root vegetable) balls with chorizo sausage, corn, cilantro, and herb sauce.

Fried sweet plantains, served with cotija cheese.

Guasacaca & Chips
Guacamole, served with homemade chips.

Entree (Choose One) 

Your Choice of Arepa topped with…

De Pabellón
Shredded beef, black beans, cotija cheese, and fried sweet plantains.

La Sureña 
Grilled chicken, chorizo, avocado, and chimi-churri sauce. 

Los Muchachos 
Chorizo, grilled queso blanco with jalapeños, and sauteed peppers.

La Mulata (vegetarian option)
Grilled queso blanco, jalapeños, black beans, sauteed red peppers, and fried sweet plantains.

Mil y Una Noche (vegetarian option)
Baked tofu, hearty rainbow coleslaw, lemon-tahini dressing, and avocado.

… or one of the many other options you can find on the restaurant’s menu here.

(Served Family Style)

Cinnamon battered layers of sweet plantains and queso blanco, served with sweet papelón dipping sauce.

Drinks (Served Throughout The Dinner)

Assortment of Venezuelan specialties including Passion Fruit Juice and Papelón con Limón.

Date: Thursday, January 30th

Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (approximately)

Caracas Arepa Bar, 291 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Cost:* $26 (includes meal & tip)

Registration Deadline: Monday, January 27th

Contact: Patricia Kircher, Enrichment Programs Global Fellow, here or at (212) 431-1195

*All program fees are non-refundable.