This activity is organized and hosted by World of Beer - Middleton and benefits PAMANA's Scholarship initiatives.
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No forks given! Celebrate Filipino culture with a one-of-a-kind interactive dining experience!
About this Event
Kamayan, a Filipino term meaning to eat “with bare hands”, is a colorful and uniquely Filipino feast served family-style on banana leaves. The generous feast is intended to be eaten by hand, without plates and utensils. Sharing a meal using their hands around a communal table, diners get to experience a direct connection to their food and their family and friends, fostering love and kinship on every bite.
In celebration of community and connection, this event will benefit PAMANA (Philippine-American Association of Madison & Neighboring Areas), a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting unity and goodwill, and providing aid and assistance to humanitarian projects. A portion of the proceeds from this event will go towards PAMANA's scholarship program.
Limited tickets available . Tickets will NOT be sold at the door, so get your tickets now! Purchase tickets.
General Admission. Tickets are $45 each and it includes Eventbrite fees, food and sodas. Beers (including Filipino's San Miguel and Red Horse) and other drinks are available for purchase. World of Beer boasts hundreds of beers from around the world, 52 rotating craft beers on tap and original cocktails.
This is a lunch event. Seating starts at 12:00 PM. Please be on time.
Seating Arrangement . General admission is first-come-takes-a-seat at the communal table. If you're in a group, please email us all the names in your party prior to the event so we can sit the people in your group next to each other.
Dietary Restriction. Due to the special nature of this type of meal, we are unable to accommodate dietary restrictions.
Refund. All ticket purchases are final. Our sincerest apologies that this event is not refundable since we purchase and prepare the food in advance based on the number of tickets sold.
Photography and Media. Event may be filmed and photographed. Please let us know if you do NOT want to be seen on camera. Purchasing a ticket gives the organizer permission to take photos of you at the event for promotional use.
On The Menu. 10 authentic Filipino dishes spread along the banana leaves, including Lechon (Roast Pork), Pancit Bihon (Filipino Rice Noodle), Lumpiang Shanghai (Filipino-Style Spring Roll), Tamarind Soup, and many more! Fruits and vegetables are also included. (Menu subject to change).
Questions. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions!