Past Tense Yoga and Tabla, DC’s second Georgian restaurant, have partnered together for a yoga and cooking event, Flow + Feast. On Saturday, March 13, starting at 5:00 p.m., the virtual workshop kicks off with a 45-minute flow class led by instructor Meagan Estep.
Following the class, registrants will learn all about Georgian food and wine with a three-course dinner and a khachapuri-making demo from Tabla. Students must pre-register for class, and dinner kits will be available for pickup from the new Past Tense studio (located at 3221 Mt. Pleasant Street, NW *alley entrance) on Saturday, March 13 between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
The class includes a three-course dinner for two, with a “make at home” ajaruli khachapuri kit (includes ball of dough and cheese filling) and prepared pkhali: a vegetable paté of roasted carrots, walnuts and spices as well as khinkali: Georgian soup dumplings made with either pork and beef, sweet potato and ‘imeruli’ cheese or lamb (reheating instructions will be provided). *Following the yoga class, the Tabla team will lead a demonstration on how to form and shape the khachapuri dough.
Flow + Feast tickets are $50 inclusive of dinner and can be purchased here. Early bird tickets are available through Monday, March 8 for $45 with the promo code TABLA. An optional add-on of still or sparkling Georgian wine from the Tabla wine list is available for $25. If interested in purchasing wine, please email Kelly DiNardo directly at email@example.com.