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Enjoy an evening with your Theta sisters as we relax and unwind over good food and drink.

This month, the group will dine at Safta, a popular restaurant adjacent to The Source Hotel in Denver's RiNo neighborhood. Safta and chef-owner Alon Shaya promise a culinary journey that pays homage to the ever-evolving culinary landscape of Israel. The restaurant's famous wood-fired pita bread, baked steps from the table, will soak up the flavors of not just Israel, but also Bulgaria, Yemen, Syria, Morocco, Turkey, Palestine, and Greece. Many of the recipes were inspired by Shaya's family members and his extensive travels. 

If we reach capacity, a waitlist will be maintained by the organizer in the event there are cancellations.

RSVP via Evite (to come). Contact Lisa Hogan via email or at 303-282-3909 with questions, especially if you RSVP Yes and can no longer attend.

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