The picnics, which both cost $84, include a 10 percent donation to Raices, the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services. There are two box options to choose from, one is filled with Syrian food, and the second box option is entirely vegan. The picnic kits also include a cooler bag and plenty of dishes, drinks, dips, and chips for six to eight people.
Eat Offbeat also offers extra snacks and desserts, and if picnics aren’t your thing, they also have chef-curated meal boxes.
The organization currently delivers to the five New York City boroughs.
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