Gnocchi del 29 is back home

Friday 30th

At “The Betsy Ross” in Brooklyn

Doors open 730PM

Food served 830pm

Gnocchi del 29 continues where I had left….hosting it at home, where I feel the space better serves the purpose for the community and it magically converts each time to host the featured artists in the best way possible.

Gnocchi del 29, is a culinary cultural event to build community and celebrate abundance and prosperity in our lives. It also serves as a platform for artists of various media to exhibit their work. The motto is : Love, Prosperity and Art at the end of each month

Eating Gnocchi in Argentina every 29th of the month is a national family tradition. The intention is to get together with your loved ones, celebrate and attract prosperity in the month to come.

Doors open 730.
Dinner Served at 830pm

Gnocchi with tarragon, curry, pepper sauce

Vegan treats from Gillian

White + Red Wine + Chai Tea

Morgan Cronheim

“Morgan Cronheim is a New York City born artist/musician.
At a young age Morgan pursued her dreams of art by attending Fashion Industries High School.
She fronted her own band “Bart Fox”, and later on joined “Marisa Mini”. In 2008 Morgan had the privilege of touring with Girls Rock and Girls Rule.
Currently Morgan is focused on her painting. Her work is most influenced by surrealism, cubism and street art.
Her art is represented by life. Always changing and slightly connected.”

Gillian is a Yogini and sweet soul, who explores and comes up with amazing Vegan treats in her magic kitchen. She is starting to offer them in some stores around the city and by special order.

Love+Art+prosperity Combo: $15
Buon Appetito!

RSVP via Facebook or email at patricia[dot]buraschi [at]

Thank you: Clara Ibarra, Adi Love, Gillian Shapiro, Guy Robinson, Elana Langer


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