“Quite possibly the coolest foodie thing to do whether you’re a visitor or local,”—Conde Nast Traveler on the League of Kitchens

Special Guest Speaker: Founder/CEO of The League of Kitchens

Lisa Gross

in conversation with

Ligaya Misha, critic at The New York Times

Please join us for cocktails and sparkling conversation.

Bard Graduate Center
38 West 86th Street
(between Columbus Ave and Central Park West)

Tickets @ $55
Sponsor a Faculty Member @ $30

Lisa Gross is the founder of the League of Kitchens, an immersive culinary adventure in NYC and LA where immigrants from around the world teach intimate cooking classes in their homes and lead eye-opening tours to their favorite shops and snack spots.

Ligaya Mishan is the Hungry City columnist for The New York Times, a contributing editor at TMagazine, and has written for The New York Review of Books and The New Yorker.

Photo/Lisa Gross

Enjoy snacks prepared by one of the League of Kitchens instructors!

The League of Kitchens has been featured in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the Chew, Tasting Table, Saveur, The Splendid Table, Eater, and Time Out New York, among others. Conde Nast Traveler called the League of Kitchens “quite possibly the coolest foodie thing to do whether you’re a visitor or local.

Each cooking experience offers opportunities for meaningful connection and social interaction, cultural engagement and exchange, culinary learning and discovery, and exceptional eating and drinking. Through this experience, the League of Kitchens seeks to build cross-cultural connection and understanding, to increase access to traditional cooking knowledge, and to provide meaningful, well-paid employment and training for immigrants.

Buy tickets for our fall fundraiser for BHSEC Manhattan. Featuring special guest, Lisa Gross, in conversation with Ligaya Mishan, critic at The New York Times, the evening promises BHSEC parents, faculty, and friends an evening of cocktails, nibbles, and inspired conversation.
The event will be held at the Bard Graduate Center–38 W. 86th Street NYC, Thursday 8 November 2018.