We use the shared meal as a platform to build community, foster cultural awareness and elevate under-represented immigrant voices in food.

Working with immigrant chefs and home cooks, each gathering is centered on the host’s story and their unique experience of adapting to and building a life in America.


With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person gatherings are indefinitely postponed until it is truly safe for all of us to gather and share a meal at the same table.

This year is awakening us all to the hitherto invisible systems of oppression that penetrate and shape our lives, our interactions, our sense of self.
As we isolate out of an abundance of caution, we are leaning into this pause to reflect on the role that Tapestry Suppers has to play in this emerging context, and to clarify the way forward.

Be safe. Be well. We will gather again, one day.

Past Events

Past Events , Stories

Nasi Lemak & Kaya with Tracy Goh

Tracy Goh discovered her passion for cooking while attending graduate school in Australia. After moving to San Francisco in 2012, she decided to give the culinary profession a go and has since built a formidable following for her pop-up dinners featuring Malaysian classics like Laksa and Chili Crab. She currently...

May , 7
Past Events , Stories

Thai Comfort Food: Lalita Kaewsawang

Chef Lalita Kaewsawang of Hanloh Thai Food in Santa Cruz presents a menu of her favorite Thai dishes reimagined as vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free delights. Learn more about how street vendors in Thailand inspired her culinary journey and what she has planned for our event on Sunday May 5....

Apr , 16