You’ve heard of Koreatown and Murray Hill in Manhattan, but what about NYC’s biggest Korean community in Murray Hill, Queens?
Epicenter is teaming up with the Asian American Federation on Saturday, June 24, for an exclusive luncheon where you’ll get to try dishes from a variety of culinary traditions across Korea, including bibimbap, sweet-and-sour pork, lettuce wraps and spicy stir-fry chicken.
Attendees will be joined by food historian Chi-Hoon Kim and New York City demographer and city planning expert Joseph Salvo, who will discuss the cuisine’s history and what makes Murray Hill the beating heart of the Korean community and the Seoul of Queens.
A $35 ticket covers the cost of a meal valued at $100 — get one here ASAP as there is limited capacity. Epicenter has a limited number of free tickets available for our members; email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot by Tuesday, June 20.