- What is Masbia?
- Is Masbia Kosher?
- I am not Jewish - can I eat at Masbia?
- What documents do I need to bring?
- When can I receive a meal?
- What is served for dinner?
- What public transportations are available?
- Can I take a hot meal home?
- Do you deliver?
Masbia is a network of community supported kitchens where clients can eat for free. Masbia also operates a free food pantry.
Yes. Masbia feeds everyone who is in need.
As of now, clients do not need to bring documentation. Because resources are limited, we may request documentation in the future from clients.
Masbia is opened for dinner service from 6:30 pm until 7:30 pm Sundays - Thursdays. In addition to meal service, we also distribute pantry packages for the weekend on Thursdays from 8:00am to 11:00am.
The menu varies on a day to day basis but all meals consists of bread, soup, a protein, a vegetable, a grain, a dessert, and a beverage. We want to provide nutritious and balanced meals that are tasty and freshly prepared.
The B16 bus stop at 13Av & 52nd Street
D train at 55 Street
No- Hot dinners can not be taken home. Food must be eaten in the dining room. However, we do have take home pantry packages every Thursday.
No- At this point of time, we do not deliver meals.