We get around! From cooking classes to pop-ups, food festivals to fundraisers, here’s where you can get a taste of traditional Arab street food made with California love.
Friday March 3, 5pm-9pm
477 25th St. Oakland
Tuesday March 7
A16 Rockridge 5356 College Ave. Oakland
Wednesday March 8, 7pm-9pm
Brava Theater, 2781 24th St. San Francisco
Thursday March 9, 9:30pm
Asian Art Museum, 200 Larkin St. San Francisco
Friday breakfast and lunch just got better! Reem’s is at the Chef’s Market in Old Oakland every Friday to meet your cheat day needs
9th St, between Clay and Broadway, Oakland CA
Every Friday, 9 am- 2 pm
For all you early Saturday risers – come enjoy breakfast from our delicious breakfast menu, or grab a man’oushe and some of our take-home dips for Saturday lunch!
1 Ferry Building, SF
Every Saturday, 8 am- 2 pm
Now you can enjoy fresh baked-to-order mana’eesh for Sunday brunch every week. Bring the whole family, enjoy a stroll along the pier, and get your Reem’s fix.
Jack London Square, Water St. at Broadway, Oakland
Every Sunday, 9 am- 2 pm
Don’t feel like cooking dinner? Stop by the Mission Mercado and enjoy a man’oushe served hot off the traditional saj griddle. Eat it on the go or enjoy your flatbread at the market while you listen to live music.
22nd St & Bartlett St, San Francisco CA
**On Winter Hiatus until March 2017**
We had a great time at…
Man’oushe Mondays @ Mission Pie
Spring 2014 Pop Ups: La Pena Cultural Center,
Arab Community and Cultural Center Baking Workshop Series
2015 Taste of the Warriors
Opportunity Fund Taste of Micro-finance
18 Reasons La Cocina Night Market
7th Annual San Francisco Street Food Festival
Dreamforce 2015 AppBash
CUESA Pop Up Stall at SF Ferry Building, Fall 2015
Aids Walk NorCal Expo
18 Reasons Arab Bread Baking Class