Rubins Kosher Deli has been a fixture on Harvard Street, and in my life, for as long as I can remember. A group of my friends has a tradition of enjoying brunch there when everyone is in town. It was the first place my Papa would always offer to take me out to eat when he would visit. And it is the first place I call when I have a meal that needs catering.
I am particularly excited to announce that Homegrown Judaica and Rubins Kosher Deli are partnering together to help change the look and feel of the restaurant. Rubins recently underwent a redecorating project to revamp their image. They are looking for art to hang on the wall - and that is where HGJ comes in. Artists from HGJ are being offered the opportunity to fill the walls of Rubins with paintings, wall-hangings, photographs, etc. and to put their work up for sale. There are three sections of the restaurant that will be used as art galleries. Your artwork will be accompanied by your contact information to allow patrons to buy it from you. It is a win-win situation! You get to show your work and Rubins