CRIS Immigrant Restaurant Tour

June 22nd, 2015    •  by Bethia    •   1 Comment »

Columbus Food Adventures is pleased to partner with Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS) on a unique fundraiser tour featuring restaurant favorites of the local immigrant and refugee communities. On July 21, 22, and 23, this tour will visit restaurants featuring Nepalese, Senegalese, Ethiopian, and Somali cuisines. All proceeds will benefit CRIS, and deliciousness is guaranteed!

We’re particularly enthused about this tour since it cuts to the heart of why we started Columbus Food Adventures in the first place – to celebrate the diversity of amazing food the city has to offer, and to create the cross-cultural connections that dining fearlessly and discussing what you’ve eaten facilitates. Organizations like CRIS create the foundation for this, by providing the orientation and education necessary to allow future immigrant restaurateurs to adapt to Columbus as their new home and to thrive here.

This tour will be conducted three times – on July 21, 22, 23, at 6pm, and costs $70 per person*. All food is included in the cost, and every cent of profit will be donated to CRIS. All of the stops are restaurants that we have never taken tour groups to before. To reserve your spot on the tour, please see here.

*As this is a special event fundraiser, gift certificates cannot be used for this tour. 


One Comment to “CRIS Immigrant Restaurant Tour”

  1. Happy birthday to Columbus Food Adventures! Thank you for introducing our residents and visitors to so many great Columbus neighborhoods, in the most pleasurable way! We are always proud to say Grandview Avenue is one of CFA’s featured tours, and we love the way Bethia and her tour guides weave history, local custom, and giving back into the package. This is a wonderful initiative. Bravo!

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