San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Ever since the first lonely Jew ordered Chinese take-out on Christmas, there has been an undeniable bond between Jews and Chinese. This Christmas Eve, we want to wipe away those lonely tears and celebrate our combined heritage at Woks and Lox, a Jewish and Chinese Christmas.
On Saturday, December 28th at 10pm, we will be throwing our third annual Woks and Lox. At the historic Nom Wah Tea Parlor in the heart of New York City’s Chinatown, you'll get the Jewish-Chinese food from chef duo Chichi Wang and Noah Arenstein, as well as our signature Woks and Lox beer made with matzoh and sichuan peppercorns from SingleCut as well as Bruce Cost Ginger Ale. There'll be a Chinese auction, games, Bar Mitzvah-esque partying, and lots more Jewish and Chinese-inspired fun.
The end of the night's Chinese auction will include prizes from our sponsors, with all proceeds from the auction going towards relief in the Philippines from Typhoon Haiyan through NAFCON. 50% of these proceeds will be matched and donated by WorldFoods. That means: For every dollar you give towards the auction, WorldFoods will match 50 cents of your donation.
Tickets in advance: $68
Tickets at the door: $75
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