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OneTable launches

OneTable Pittsburgh held its sold-out launch party at Threadbare Cider and Mead on Friday, Feb. 9.

Seventy-five people participated in the OneTable launch. These diners had a lot to smile about. (Photo by Lovas Photography and Design)
Seventy-five people participated in the OneTable launch. These diners had a lot to smile about. (Photo by Lovas Photography and Design)

OneTable Pittsburgh held its sold-out launch party at Threadbare Cider and Mead on Friday, Feb. 9. Seventy-five people enjoyed hors d’oeuvres of cheese boards, specialty hummus, crackers and veggies, a mixology bar, seasonal salads, specialty pizzas, a celebratory cake and macarons from Macaron Bar Pittsburgh. Cider tastings featured Threadbare and 412 Food Rescue’s City Cider, made from handpicked crab and wild apples around Pittsburgh. OneTable helps post-college people in their 20s and 30s find, enjoy and share Shabbat dinners by making it easy for hosts to welcome people to dinner.

Lianne Sufrin, left, Pittsburgh hub manager, and national community manager Sara Fatell show off tickets for the raffle. Donations came from Trader Joe’s, Macaron Bar, Wigle Whiskey and included OneTable swag bag. (Photo by Kyle Oldfield)
Lianne Sufrin showcased different ways that hosts can offer ritual or mixology techniques in their own OneTable Shabbat dinners. (Photo by Kyle Oldfield)

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