November 10, 2022, 6:30 - 8:00 PM at Jezabel’s
Join us to celebrate the legacy of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia!
Get to know your fellow members, nomads, travelers, culture enthusiasts, and rediscover our Society.
Enjoy this opportunity to gather with friends in a warm, creative setting and meet entrepreneur and chef, Jezabel Careaga, in her café and atelier, celebrating the start of the holiday season.
Our special menu will include empanadas, tortilla de patatas with aioli, seasonal cheeses with grapes, pickled eggplant, and sweet treats along with lemonade, hibiscus tea, sparkling water, and complimentary wine and sangria to toast to our friends and members.
Jezabel Careaga is an entrepreneur, chef, woodworker, designer, and community leader from Palpalá, Jujuy, Northwest Argentina. She has a degree in Tourism & Hotel Management with international languages and business and studies that encompass climate change, sustainability, and mental health, which she deeply cares about. After a formative work experience in an 800-room hotel in Miami, Jezabel moved to Philadelphia to start her own business.
In 2010 she opened Jezabel’s with a mission to offer a welcoming and delicious Northwest Argentine experience while prioritizing environmental sustainability, community growth, and financial stability. In 2019 Jezabel’s relocated to West Philadelphia and expanded her offerings to include cooking classes and special events. Her latest venture is L'Atelier where her furniture designs and handiwork are showcased among a selection of artisan home goods. Over the last twelve years, Jezabel’s has become a staple in Philly’s dining scene and her specialties have received critical acclaim and widespread popularity.
Jezabel is a Philadelphia Business Journal Minority Business Leader award winner, has been involved with the Sustainable Business Network, and was a Chef-in-residence at Volver by Chef José Garces.
RSVP: by September 20, 2022, [email protected] or 610-613-4117
- Parking lot at 40th and Walnut Street is within walking distance of Jezabel’s.
- Please use free parking along Walnut Street between 43rd and 45th Street and between Locust and Market Streets.
- The Spruce hill neighborhood has 2-hour posted signs.