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OneTable invites people in their 20s and 30s to slow down, unplug, join together, and Friday. This app makes it easy to attend the right Shabbat dinner for you, whether that's roasting challah over a campfire, toasting with rosé on a rooftop, or anything in-between. Let's Shabbat together.

A community of over 25,000 people, At OneTable our mission is simple: to inspire people to create their own Shabbat dinner experiences. We believe that at the Shabbat dinner table you can slow down, join together and celebrate what you love. You can connect with new people, new places and new traditions. We make it easy for hosts to welcome people to a Shabbat dinner at home, for guests to savor a Friday meal and for all to experience unique events for Shabbat dinner out. Join us for slowing down, joining together, and sharing stories. Join us for new connections and moments of meaning.

-Hosts post their dinner and then are contacted by our Community Specialist to coordinate nourishment. Hosts are supported through:

- Nourishment Credits: OneTable provides a Nourishment credit of $15 per person with a maximum of $150 per dinner, depending on the number of guests. These credits can be applied to resources such as FreshDirect, Seamless, Wholefoods, Etsy and more.

- Shabbat Coaches: One on One support where each host can explore the questions or challenges he or she faces when hosting a Jewish ritual.

- “Nosh:pitality”: Fun events where our community comes together to learn things such as cooking, challah baking, cocktail making, and ritual facilitation.

- Shabbat Dinner Event Partnerships: OneTable provides financial support for entrepreneurial hosts to create their own Shabbat dinner events, often held in restaurants or other private dining venues, for 25-60 people with ticket prices ranging from $10-$100. An example of one of these events was when Liz Alpern and Jeffrey Yoskowitz, founders of the Jewish foodie business, The Gefilteria, created a farm-to-table Shabbat dinner for 50 people in Brooklyn.

- Welcoming Spaces – For multiple, individually hosted dinners that take place at the same time. An example of a welcoming space is the rooftop of the JCC in Manhattan where 15 hosts can reserve a table, invite friends, and be provided with wine, challah and dessert, plus live music and the opportunity to meet more than 100 other hosts and guests.

Get in touch with us at welcome@onetable.org

What’s New

Version 1.1.5

• Fix for total guest count

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

hievetyler ,


I check this app almost weekly to find my Friday night plans. It makes it so easy to connect with the NYC community and make it feel a little smaller. So grateful for OneTable and the ease and helpfulness of using this app.

tommy maestra ,

Swindled for fake address

Throughout the day, I was wondering what the address for the dinner was. After researching online for some time, I found out you get the address on the website and not the app. Also, the emails go to my “other” inbox.

When I went to the address for dinner, the address did not exist. I spent 30 minutes searching for the address, but after a address verification search on the web, it showed up as invalid.

This app wasted my time, money, and excitement. Not kosher.

Fermentedfolly ,

Needs work

I want this app to be just as good as the website but more convenient...but it isn’t. I needed to contact my host as I couldn’t locate the dinner address. I could not find how to contact the host, and finally found you must use the website, not the app.
Somehow, the dinner event page in the app was not interactive as well as clipped. The title trailed off the screen, the host’s profile wasn’t viewable.

Also, it would ask me to log in...even though I had already been logged in and never logged out. So I clicked “sign in with Facebook” > next screen “onetable wants to open Facebook > click ok > back to “OneTable wants you to log in, how would you like to log in?”

Developers: use the app to book and attend a few dinners. I’ll be using the website until improvements are made.


168.5 MB
Food & Drink

Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
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