While children are welcome to attend the event, it's important to note that the program involves a lecture and discussion that may not be suitable for them. Additionally, the fixed menu may not be suitable for children's preferences or dietary restrictions.
The dinner is served in a mezze style, where multiple items are brought out over the course of the evening, in conjunction with TV clips and discussion. While it is not a traditional full-course meal, most attendees find that the food served is enough to fill them up by the end of the event.
The dinner is vegetarian and follows customary practices of 'kosher-style,' but it is not certified as strictly kosher.
The event is definitely appropriate for those who are not familiar with Jewish and Israeli TV and culture. In fact, we welcome anyone who is interested in learning and experiencing something new. We hope this will be an exciting introduction to the media and cuisine!
If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us