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Shakshuka Your Money-Maker at House of Yes’s ‘Sexy Jazz’ Brunch

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

In typical House of Yes fashion, when I stopped by last weekend to check out the brunch scene, there was little to distinguish between the meal-eating in the decadent, shimmering dining room and the festive party atmosphere in the adjacent performance space. It was Easter Sunday, and of course the DIY theater collective was hosting an all-ages fundraising bash next door where costumes stayed true to the holiday’s pagan fertility themes.

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Circus and Food Fun at Queen of Falafel, Brought to you by House of Yes

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

Because this new falafel joint is located at House of Yes, they’ve got all kinds of insanity planned for their “brunch party” grand opening, happening this weekend (Saturday, Oct. 23 noon to 3 pm, performances will start immediately and one food item gets you into the show)– including the usual aerial acrobats, dancing, and live music from a Middle Eastern ensemble and a band featuring the sitar. But the HoY crew has also planned some special Queen of Falafel-themed performances including a falafel juggler. Performances start at noon sharp. Buy a food item (starting at $6) and you’ll get into the show.

Read more about Queen of Falafel here.

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House of Yes Is Throwing a Party for its New Mini-Restaurant, Queen of Falafel

Customer waits on his food at Queen of Falafel (Photo: Nicole Disser)

Customer waits on his food at Queen of Falafel (Photo: Nicole Disser)

This weekend in Bushwick, you can jam on some Middle Eastern fare and peep in on the progress over at House of Yes during Queen of Falafel’s grand opening brunch party. As the acrobatic DIY performance collective continues to put seemingly endless layers of crazy on their new Jefferson Street home before the space can officially raise the curtains, cousins Justin Ahiyon and Ilan Telmont (both partners at HoY along with co-founders Anya Sapozhnikova and Kae Burke) have gone ahead and opened up their falafel joint inside a small corner of the building.

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