Buffalo Without Borders TO GO is a carry out event that will take place over the course of four Monday evenings, 10/19, 10/26, 11/9 and 11/16.
The re-imagined event is a socially
distance spin off from our 11 year fundraiser, Buffalo Without Borders and will consist of an
event box with a carry-out cuisine for two, cultural activities and enrichment.
The VIP Tickets Series Tickets are $750 and include VIP boxes to all four evenings.
All boxes include a fantastic dinner for two from Buffalo’s finest immigrant-run restaurants, an interactive
culture packet on the country of each night, including a dinner playlist, a craft, a staycation travel
story experience, traditional recipes from community members, and historical content about each
culture! The VIP boxes will also include a paired wine for dinner from Paradise Wines,
chocolates from Blue Table Chocolates, two cans of Buffalo’s favorite beer, Let’s Go Pils, a
custom from Community Beer Works, and a gourmet flavored popcorn bag from new West Side
business, What’s Pop-in’. Plus, a custom insulated International Institute Bag!
General Series Tickets are $250 and include a general event box with all four evenings,
including a fantastic dinner for two from Buffalo’s finest immigrant-run restaurants, an
interactive culture packet on the country of each night, including a dinner playlist, a craft, a
staycation travel story experience, traditional recipes from community members, and historical
content about each culture!
Night one: 10/19 5-7pm: Our first night is celebrating African culture and Ethiopia. The
restaurant for night one will be Abyssinia Ethiopian Cuisine: Zelalem Gemmeda, the owner of
Abyssinia Ethiopian Cuisine, sells a variety of authentic Ethiopian Cuisine. She uses spices sent
to her from her sister in Ethiopia to create her own flavors at her West Side Bazaar booth.
Night two: 10/26 5-7pm: Our second night is celebrating Latinx culture with Mexican and
Puerto Rican cuisine. The restaurant for night two will be Kiosko Latino. Maria serves both
Mexican and Puerto Rican cuisine at her West Side Bazaar booth. Her husband was in the US
Navy, stationed in San Diego, California. While there, Maria and her family lived with a
Mexican family. They taught Maria how to cook the traditional dishes of Puebla Mexico, and she
taught them traditional dishes from her home country of Puerto Rico.
Night three: 11/9 5-7pm: Our third night is celebrating Asian culture with Burmese and Thai
cuisine. Our restaurant for night three will be Sun Cuisines, Burmese businessman and Master
Sushi Chef Kevin Lin and his wife Stephanie, came to the United States in July 1996 after
studying authentic Asian cuisine and food trade in Tokyo, Japan. Landing first in Erie, PA, the
Lins brought healthy, tasty, and quality foods to customers while buying and operating a
Night four: 11/16 5-7pm: Our fourth and final night will celebrate Middle Eastern Culture and
Israel. Our restaurant will be Or by The Falafel Bar which has been run by Israeli immigrant,
Oded Rauvenpoor for over 16 years. Falafel Bar always starts with the best, the freshest ingredients to create the simple, robust dishes that showcase the quality of our food. Fresh and
lively salads, homemade hummus, lemony yogurt, and grilled meats are staples on our menu.
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