Culinary Passport – Baba Nahm


5 meals in Eden Hall with Baba Nahm!

1 Passport= 5 Festival meal vouchers for just $55. Valid only at Baba Nahm in Eden Hall.

Use your Passport Vouchers at Eden Hall run by Baba Nahm.

The passport vouchers are easy to share with your kids and friends – so you can buy several passports to share.

Make festival eating easier, save $ and time.

Welcome, Baba Nahm.  The same awesome Rezaz owners now can be found at Baba Nahm, Middle Eastern Restaurant, in downtown Asheville’s Grove Arcade! This Chef couple is dedicated to creating exceptional food with a festival flair. LEAF is so grateful for this partnership with Brian & Laura Smith of Baba Nahm.

DISCLAIMER: This discounted meal pass is ONLY AVAILABLE online in advance of the event and can be picked up in Eden Hall at the cashier station. Culinary passports will be sold on site in Eden Hall for $65. Passports are non-transferable to future events and non-refundable. This passport is for meals only and does not provide admittance to the festival. You must also purchase a festival ticket!

CREDIT POLICY: NO REFUNDS. If you are unable to use your ticket(s), a credit towards a future LEAF Festival can be applied IF you notify LEAF in writing by EMAIL or LETTER at least 7 days prior to the event for which you purchased tickets minus a $18 fee per item. NO phone credit request or post-deadline requests accepted. Your credit is good for 3 years and may be transferred to another person.

Mayani is a Maasai boy from longido Arusha. He went to boarding school at 6 years old and lost his Maasai language and tradition. Since joining the LEAF program, he has learned to sing Maasai songs, practiced the ‘jump’ tradition and wear Maasai shukas (traditional clothing). Mayani is extremely happy and is currently teaching other youth the culture.