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Georgian Supra at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Georgian Supra at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Special Events

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 | 6:30 p.m.–9 p.m.
Yellow Magnolia Café
Ticketed Event

Presented by Brooklyn Botanic Garden in partnership with Patina Restaurant Group

Georgian Supra

A 15-course culinary feast celebrating the food and culture of the Republic of Georgia

6:30 p.m.


7–9 p.m.


Georgian Music • Horticultural Connections • Cultural Explorations • Wines Provided by Wines of Georgia

Inspired by the Republic of Georgia’s cuisine and its festive food culture, Brooklyn Botanic Garden presents a very special evening: a Georgian supra, curated by food scholar and author of The Georgian Feast, Darra Goldstein. During a 15-course meal replete with Georgian wines—and traditionally punctuated with regular toasts—we’ll trace the horticultural connections of Georgia’s food culture and consider what makes it this year’s “next big thing,” as described by The New Yorker’s Lauren Collins.

In collaboration with Maia Acquaviva, managing partner and executive chef of New York City’s Oda House

Tickets are $125; members $100 (with promo code) | Very Limited Seating

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Georgian Supra Menu

Passed Hors d’Oeuvres


Lemony chicken soup seasoned with cilantro


Dumplings filled with cheese or pork and beef

Tarkhunis Ghvezeli

Tarragon pie

Gadazelili Khveli

Mozzarella cheese balls with mint

Family-Style Seated Dinner

Katmis Bazhe

Chicken with walnut sauce

Tevzis Buglama

Salmon stew with lemon, tomatoes, and cilantro


Spicy pork and beef meatballs


Georgian cheese bread


Cornmeal pudding with cheese


Kidney beans with walnuts and herbs


Georgian ratatouille

Mtsvane Lobios Salati

Green bean salad

Charkhlis Mkhali

Beet puree with walnuts

Badrijani Nivrit

Eggplant rolls with garlic and walnuts

Mzhave Kombosto

Pickled cabbage

Platters of Fresh Herbs

Cilantro, green and purple basil, dill, tarragon, scallions


Komshi Nigvzit

Poached quince with walnuts

Seasonal Fruit


Wines of Georgia Origin Lives

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