Spreading joy through Black cuisine

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Why choose Ada
EVENTS ALIGNED WITH YOUR VALUES
Learn culinary crafts while supporting Black-owned businesses
MEANINGFUL & AUTHENTIC MOMENTS OF CONNECTION
Engage your team by sharing culture, history, music, and art — all through the joy of food
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Adá Has Helped

Countless Teams

“Thank you so much for partnering with us on this wonderful event. All of the feedback was overwhelmingly positive - everyone enjoyed their food and listening to the Chef speak. I look forward to more Adá experiences in the future!”

meet our

hosts

Adé Carrena
Adé Carrena
Adé is the co-founder of Kayayo, a collective that use food to tell the untold stories of women across Africa
Kwame Williams
Kwame Williams
Kwame reimagines Jamaican cuisine and advocates for food waste prevention through his private chef business
Demi Unique
Demi Unique
Demi Unique is a traveling artist and chef who explores food as an instrument of connection

About Adá

In 2020, Adá began as a supper club on a mission to create space for Black food entrepreneurs to thrive on their own terms. We find joy in centering Black perspectives across the culinary conversation — and we bring that celebration right to you. Join us!
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