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Shabbat Meal
 
Chabad at Gam Gam 
Communal Shabbat Meals

Address:
Sestiere Cannaregio, 1122 - Venice
Menu:
1. Meals can not be divided between GAM GAM & the Gallery.
2. Sample Friday Night Dinner Menu: Shabbat Salads, Fish, Soup, Main Course, Sides, Dessert, Wine & Challah for kiddush.
3. Sample Shabbat Day Lunch Menu: Shabbat Salads, Fish, Cholent, Sides, Dessert, Wine & Challah for kiddush. Seuda Shlishit is also served (parve).
4. Difference between GAM GAM & the Gallery: Both are private table options; GAM GAM is more luxury meaning luxury atmosphere, more food & food/wine choices.
Responsible:
Rabbi Rami Banin;
Chabad of Venice offers a Kiddush after synagogue services. Both Friday night & Shabbat day: Kiddush, challah & a light meal is served. No reservations necessary, all are welcome. On a donation basis, Suggested Donation: Adult €36 Children under 12 €18

For a complete Shabbat meal with all the trimmings, Chabad of Venice shares with you a Shabbat that is abundant, well-organized and where each person is made to feel personally taken care of (Dinner, Lunch & Seudah Shelishlit).

Please select from the following two options:

1) Chabad of Venice's Luxury Shabbat at GAM GAM Kosher Restaurant - by reservation only.
Shabbat Dinner, Lunch & Seuda Shlishit at your pre-reserved private table in GAM GAM, a luxury atmosphere with more food/wine choices than Option 2.**
Minimum donation: 100 euro per person, please consider donating in amounts of 18=Chai (126,180, 252, 360 etc...)

2) Chabad of Venice's Shabbat in the Gallery - by reservation only.
Shabbat Dinner, Lunch & Seuda Shlishit at your pre-reserved private table at an art gallery, a few doors from GAM GAM**
75 euro per person, children under 12 years 50 euro
Map of Chabad at Gam Gam

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