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I’m supposed to be locked away, with my nose to the grindstone. But I’ll be making a few appearances in various places in the U.S. during the next few weeks, as well as participating in a literary festival in Ireland in May. As always, you can find out more information on my Schedule page and you can get additional information, and maps, on the Facebook event pages, which are linked below. Although not necessary, you can RSVP for events if you wish.

Note: If you’d like a signed copy of a book and can’t make it to the event, or any of the events, you can order one through from Omnivore Books and they’ll send you a personally signed copy.

Booksigning at Omnivore Books

I’ll be back in my old stomping grounds. Yup, San Francisco, at the terrific Omnivore Books, signing books from 6 to 7pm. (Facebook event page)

Cooking Class at De Gustibus in Macy’s

On Monday, April 13th, I’ll be teaching a demonstration class in New York City. You can sign up here, while spaces are available. (Facebook event page)

New York Culinary Experience

I’ll be participating in the New York Culinary Experience, leading a master class on April 11th along with other chefs from around the world. More information is at their website.

An Evening with David Lebovitz

Well, you don’t get me for the entire evening, but I’ll be at the University of Virginia on Thursday, April 16th at 6:30pm for a chat and interview. The event is open to the public. (Facebook event page)

Booksigning in Charlottesville

I’ll be at Barnes and Noble in Charlottesville, Virginia, on April 17th at 5:30pm to sign books. Stop by and say hi! (Facebook event page)

Ballymaloe LitFest

Fancy a trip to Ireland? I’ll be at the incredible Ballymaloe School of Cookery in Cork, participating in the Ballymaloe Litfest. The festival takes place May 15-17th. (Facebook event page)

For specific information about any of the events, you are welcome to contact the venues through the links provided. While it would be great to go to other places, I’m all out of miles — so you’ll have to come to me at one of these! : )



    • Matea

    You’re coming to Charlottesville? (!!!) I have got to see if there’s any possible way for me to come up and see you! Wish I could make it to the New York Culinary Experience
    cooking class, too! :)

    • Linda calandro

    I know we’re in the south, not even the south of france, but Georgia USA. Atlanta is a up and coming center for the arts and always dining comes before and after all art experiences. Please consider us sometime. Thanks, an avid diner!

      • David
      David Lebovitz

      I was in Atlanta a couple of years back. Had a great time. We ate well, too!

    • Andrea L.

    Please check out the Virginia wine while in Charlottesville! Virginia makes some great wine. One of our favorites is Barboursville Winery, close to Charlottesville. Great Nebbiolo, and try The Octagon!

    • Tami

    Will you be coming to Chicago anytime soon?

    • David
    David Lebovitz

    Tami: There are no plans to go elsewhere at this time; I post events on my Schedule page and announce them in my monthly newsletter, so you can check there, or subscribe.

    If you know of a venue that would like to host me in the future, they can contact my publisher to make arrangements. Thanks!

    • JenniLynn

    I am SO excited you’re coming to Charlottesville! Just a short (ha!) 3 hour drive from me – I’ll be there!

    • Debalyin

    David, how come you never come to Chicago?

    • Claire

    David, the link to New York Culinary Experience takes one to the Omnivore Book page. Thanks.

    • David
    David Lebovitz

    Claire: Thanks – fixed it : )

    Debalyn: I’ve been to Chicago a number of times, sometimes teaching at Sur La Table (they no longer have guest teachers though), and other times doing events with companies such as Garrett’s and the Greater Midwest Foodways Alliance. And I got to visit Floriole, Edzo’s, and Xoco, and Kuma’s, too. (In fact, I think I’m still full!)

    If you know of a venue that would like to host me, I’d love to come back. They can contact my publisher to make arrangements.

    Susan: Yum – it sounds great!

    • Claire

    “Planning a move to New York”??? Say it isn’t so!

    • The Prestigious School

    What a fun time that looks like! I know it’s work, but still it looks fun! Enjoy!!

    • Stella

    And how about Minneapolis? Please?

    • dex

    come to Chicago, just ordered the book. Plenty of decent fry cooks here that like your stuff.


    • Sarah

    it would be great to see you in Seattle! Maybe at the Book Larder?

      • David
      David Lebovitz

      I love Book Larder and was there last spring. Great store!

    • Jo

    Just wanted to say how hugely excited I am because I live in New Zealand, and your books are finally being sold at my local bookstore!

    • Linda

    So disappointed that you are not headed to Portland, Maine. You would not regret, I suspect, this little foodie town deserves its reputation. Have a great trip! Love your books. A reader who lived in France and other countries…


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