Upcoming Fika Events in May: NYC, Seattle, Portland
Want to fika in person? There are some Fika: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break events during the month of May, so if you are in New York, Seattle or Portland, listen up and get your calendars out.
Johanna and I are both together in New York for a week, so come drink coffee and get your book signed by both of us!
Monday May 4
Book signing at the famous NYC Fika chain. You better bet there are going to be Swedish treats on hand.
3 to 5pm, FIKA Tower’s Loft, 824 10th Ave, New York City
Wednesday May 6
Book signing and afternoon fika at Nordic specialty coffee shop Budin
5 to 7pm, Budin, 114 Greenpoint Avenue, Brooklyn
Thursday May 7
Book signing, cinnamon rolls and a beer or two (trust me, those two things go together quite well) at 61 Local
6pm onwards, 61 Local, 61 Bergen Street, Brooklyn
Tuesday May 12
I am doing an author talk at the super cool cookbook shop Book Larder in Fremont.
6:30 to 8pm, Book Larder, 4252 Fremont Ave N, Seattle. Click here for more event info.
Friday May 15
The lovely people at Portland Culinary Alliance and Broder are teaming up for a night of Swedish food. There will be aquavit cocktails by the lovely Jacob Grier, specialty coffees from Scandinavian roasters thanks to the team at Sprudge and I’m going to show everyone how to make kanelbullar. Note that your ticket price includes dinner, a cocktail and a book!
Come June we hope to have more things to announce as well, but for now, Johanna will be doing an event at Fika London (one of my favorite places!) on June 3, from 5 to 7pm. More details to come.
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