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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 2018-03-06 23:41
Monday, March 26, 2018 - 20:00
166 1st Avenue
New York

Caona, The Pop-Up is a culinary experiment paying homage to our west indian heritage by creating delicious dishes that incorporate nostalgic ingredients and recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation. It is a space in which the diaspora gathers to share histories and experiences centered on the cultural significance of food within our communities. 

Please Note:

*This first event is invite-only. Please keep the guests attending with you limited to 3 people max. 

*There are 2 seperate 90-minute seatings, please arrive on time! You are more than welcome to grab a drink in the bar/lounge area before or after your meal. 

*We will be serving a VEGAN menu to accomadate those within the lifestyle. Please reach out in advance if you have any particular food restrictions such as a gluten free, nut/shellfish allergy or no-pork diet! (

*Gratuity is not included in the ticket price. PLEASE BRING CASH TO TIP YOUR SERVERS! 

About the Chef: Cybille St.Aude is a Haitian American chef and children’s book author born and raised in New York. Between her seven year career as a restaurant chef and her degree in African American Studies specializing in Caribbean culture & aesthetics in America, she has found a niche in cultivating a “New Caribbean” food experience that translates the history and expressions of a culture into decadent recipes often combining techniques and ingredients from all over the world. Cybille has recently appeared on season thirty-five of Food Network’s “Chopped” and is currently freelancing as a private chef and culinary consultant in the New York metro area.

166 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10009

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