Þorrablót is a midwinter festival, named for the month of Þorri in the historical Icelandic calendar, which lasts from mid January to mid February. Þorrablót is a time to remember the customs and tasty treats of Iceland. Unique Icelandic foods like Svið (boiled sheep’s head), Hákarl (fermented shark), and Hangikjöt (smoked lamb) dress our tables. Together, we raise our glasses to celebrate: “We made it through another winter! Have faith, springtime is almost here!”
To see photos from this year’s Þorrablót, visit our Recent Events page!