Bunna Cafe Pop-Up at The West Brooklyn

On Saturday, June 21st, Bunna Cafe –  a new Ethiopian Vegan Restaurant, Coffeehouse, and Music Venue that will be opening in Williamsburg, Brooklyn later this year – is setting up a pop-up restaurant at The West Cafe and Bar. Starting at 4pm, enjoy the best vegan Ethiopian food, Ethiopian coffee, craft beers, wines and chilled Sangria. Experience the coffee ceremony, music, tastes and smells of Ethiopian cuisine. Bunna Cafe was started by Sam Saverance,  Liyuw Ayalew  and master chef Chuny Ali.

No silverware needed. No reservation needed.
Dinner ranges from $6 to $12. Stick around for music, movies, and Saturday fun, Habesha style.

Bunna Cafe presents: Dinner at The West
www.bunnaethiopia.net | www.thewestbrooklyn.com

379 Union Ave., Williamsburg Brooklyn
Lorimer L stop | Metropolitan G stop


Written by joshuakatcher

Joshua Katcher is an adjunct professor of fashion at Parsons The New School. His research focuses on sustainability and ethics in fashion production. He started The Discerning Brute in 2008 as a resource for men who want to make intelligent decisions concerning their lifestyles. With a focus on “fashion, food & etiquette for the ethically handsome man”, The Discerning Brute produces expert, essential content and boldly takes a stand. Brave GentleMan, the integrated, eCommerce brother-site of The Discerning Brute was launched in 2011 and features “principled attire” and “smart supplies” handpicked for informed indulgence.
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