VIDEO: Last Call for Conflict Kitchen in Pittsburgh

“Conflict Kitchen will continue, just what form thats going to take, we’re not certain yet.”

Conflict Kitchen in Schenley Plaza in Oakland.

Conflict Kitchen in Schenley Plaza in Oakland.

Jasmine Goldband / The Incline
jasminegoldband

You have until 7 p.m. Saturday to eat Palestinian food at Conflict Kitchen, before it closes shop in Oakland.

What’s next for the spot that serves food from countries in which the United States is in conflict?

“Refocus. Regroup. And Conflict Kitchen will continue, just what form thats going to take, we’re not certain yet,” said Blaine Siegel, education and outreach director at Conflict Kitchen.

 

We love you, Pittsburgh.

Looks like you’re the type of person who reads to the end of articles.

Because you love learning about Pittsburgh, you need our free morning newsletter, full of useful news, can’t-miss events, and everything else you need to know about our city.

It feels like we know each other.

It’s nice seeing you here, because we can’t do this without you.

Make our relevant, original, and actionable journalism possible by contributing now.

Let’s make it official.

Your support allows us to do great work like the article you just read, and we can’t do it without you.

Will you become a member today to help us for the long haul?

You’re the best.

Members often ask us how they can go the extra mile to help us. Your financial support makes this possible. Bringing your friends makes it fun.

Get your loved ones to sign up for our daily newsletter today.