Iftar is the name given to the meal with which Muslims break their fast in Ramadan after sunset.
Usually you break the fast with a date and then pray the evening prayer (Arabic: Maghrib). Then you have a joint dinner. It is considered particularly beneficial to eat this meal in a larger group, which is why relatives and acquaintances are often invited to dinner during Ramadan.
In the month of Ramadan there is a daily break of the fast for all those who pray at the Islamic Center.