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On Sunday, April 26, 2020, the Jewish Federation of the Greater San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys will be presenting its Jewish Food Festival at Library Park in Monrovia. Building on the success of last year’s festival when over 2500 people attend, this year’s festival will once again be a culinary and cultural extravaganza celebrating and highlighting Jewish food and culture.


The Jewish Food Festival will be a chance for the entire community to come together around something everyone enjoys…food. The festival will feature booths from local Jewish organizations selling a wide array of Jewish foods, a Beer and Wine Garden, a Kids Zone (featuring bounce houses, arts, and crafts activities, storytelling, explore a fire truck, etc.), food demonstrations, a Visual Arts Exhibition showcasing local Jewish artisans, and more.

For more information, call the Jewish Federation at 626.445.0810.


Smores with a Jewish twist


Noodle Kugel


Israeli Salad and pita

Brisket Sandwiches and coleslaw


Matzah Ball Soup

Bagels and Shmeer

Black and White Cookies and Cheesecake


Dolmas, tabouli, hummus and pita

Kebabs and gyros

Challah and Apple Cake

And more…


*Subject to change without notice

  • Kebabs and gyros

  • Noodle Kugel

  • Falafel

  • Brisket Sandwiches and coleslaw

  • Rugelach

  • Pickles

  • Cholent

  • Bagels and Shmeer

  • Smores with a Jewish twist

  • Challah

  • Israeli Salad and pita

  • Matzah Ball Soup

  • Dolmas, tabouli, hummus and pita

  • Black and White Cookies

Jewish Food Festival

There are many ways for you to get involve in this amazing community-wide event

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2019 Jewish Food Festival. Also, a very special thank you to the organizations who had booths and sold the delicious Jewish food. It was evident that people enjoyed the opportunity to come together and celebrate Jewish life in the greater San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys.