Friday, June 15, 2018

Lower 'Eats' Side festival to feature food from 25 countries

Via the EVG inbox...

The Lower East Side’s historic Public School 110 (Florence Nightingale School) will hold an international food festival, Lower "Eats" Side, tomorrow (Saturday) from 1-4 p.m. featuring home-cooked food from more than 25 countries ... and prepared by the school’s own parent chefs.

The food festival will represent the different cultures and nationalities that make up the school today, and will be held at the school’s 1905 building at the eastern end of Delancey Street, rain or shine and open to the public. The P.S. 110 parent rock band, “The Nightingales” (winners of NYC School District 1 Battle of the Bands) will be performing.

Heading the food fair will be Sarita Ekya., P.S. 110 PTA treasurer and owner of the mac & cheese restaurant S’MAC.

The food festival will also feature a tag sale, raffles, family portraits and much more. The school first held this festival in 2015 to commemorate 110 years of P.S 110.

P.S. 110 is at 285 Delancey St. at Lewis Street. The $10 entrance includes all food and entertainment

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