Wednesday, March 08, 2006

All-You-Can-Eat Kosher Lunch!

Please join us for a fantastic lunch at Kehillah Jewish High School
Every Tuesday and Thursday 12:30 until 1:15
(excluding Purim, March 14)
3900 Fabian Way, Palo Alto 94303

Includes:
all-you-can-drink beverage station
Salad Bar
Fresh made Hot Soup
Rotating "Bar"
Dessert

$9.50

Monthly Specials*:

March 7: Asian Bar: Chow Mein, Stir-fry, and Sushi
March 9: Mexican Bar: Burrito Station, fresh made Guacamole and fresh made Salsa
March 16: Pasta Bar: Fresh Tortellini, Cavatelli
March 21: Sandwich Bar: build your own sandwiches and wraps
March 23: Breakfast Bar: Pancakes, Parve Sausage and Eggs, Hash Browns
March 28: Falafel Bar: Falafel with all the trimmings
March 30: Regional Favorites: Potato and Strawberry Blintzes

All food provided by Yes Catering, under the supervision of Vaad

For more information, please call Meni Peretz @ 650-630-5486 or meniperetz@sbcglobal.net

We hope to see the community support this program.

*Specials subject to change

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't mean to offend anyone, but I think events far far far away from Santa Cruz should be limited. Most of us students do not have vehicles to travel to and fro; Palo Alto by bus would take nearly 2 hours. On a weekday, it's not really realistic for a student to travel that far for a lunch.

From my perspective, Jewnification Proj is primarily but not exclusively for UCSC students, so I think that these kind of events should have only modest space devoted to them. For example, while it's wonderful that there is challah baking classes for a fee in Palo Alto, students can find more things going on here in Santa Cruz - challah baking too.

Thu Mar 09, 02:00:00 AM 2006  
Blogger JewSlug said...

For a while, I had the same opinion about events being publicized which take place outside of Santa Cruz. I don't have a car, I am a student, and I usually don't have the time to travel very far simply for a meal. But in recent times, I have become more and more involved with certain groups of people who make sure to branch out and attend Jewish gatherings in other places than Santa Cruz.

I wouldn't be able to go to this myself, but someone I know who has a way and a will may want to go, and I would gladly tag along if I had the time. Even if only one or two students attend these kinds of events, it is still worth while to post about it (especially since Palo Alto is actually pretty close to SC).

Thu Mar 09, 04:42:00 PM 2006  
Anonymous Frum Mommy said...

I would have say that when I was an undergrad student at UCSC I would take a bus (Amtrak to S. Jose) and get on the Cal-train all the way to the California Ave. stop in Palo Alto just to eat bagels at Izzy's and shop for kosher products (kosher salami, Bamba snacks, and Israeli candies) at Mollie Stones. Since this was my only kosher option at the time I was happy to take the time, when I had it, to make this trek. I realize that Jewnification post events in a galexy far far away sometimes, but come on, stop kvetching! Just because YOU might not be able to go to one these events/locations doesn't mean that the information might not benefit someone else. It is my impression that nobody if forcing you to take a bus to an all you can eat kosher lunch. All the post on Jewnification are for information and are sugestions. If you don't like it, scroll to the next post.

Thu Mar 09, 07:18:00 PM 2006  
Blogger Fedora Black said...

It's funny that we live in a world where the most controversal post on a blog is a less-than 150 word post about the only all-you-can-eat-buffet in Central California.

Either Moshiach is coming really soon, or we are all screwed...

According to the Palo Alto Weekly (Wednesday Fed. 22, 2006; page 13) the greater Bay Area has the third largest Jewish community in the US, with the highest concentration in Palo Alto. So what goes on there is important to people in S. Cruz, regardless of whether they are students or not.

Thu Mar 09, 08:47:00 PM 2006  

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