New York African Restaurant Week 2022

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New York African Restaurant Week 2022

New York African Restaurant Week will include a handful of restaurants offering discounted traditional African inspired menus.

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New York City New york New york, NY 10003

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About this event

  • 16 days 10 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

BITE, SIP, CONNECT - ENJOY THE BEST OF AFRICAN-INSPIRED CUISINE

EXPERIENCES

- Special discounted menus at various partner restaurants

- Holiday Food Festival (RSVP for free entry while supplies last)

- FIFA WORLD CUP viewing/brunch at select restaurants

- Cooking Classes

- OVER 25 ESTABLISHMENTS - LIST OF RESTAURANTS COMING WEDNESDAY November 16

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BROOKLYN

BROOKLYN SUYA (15% off) (Nigerian Cuisine) - 717 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

BROOKLYN TEA (15% off) (Cafe)- 524 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11216

BUKA (Nigerian Cuisine) (20% off) - 1111 Fulton Street, Brooklyn 11238

AMARACHI (20% off)(Caribbean/Nigerian Cuisine) - 189 Bridge St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

LE BAOBAB (honorary mention) (West African/Senegalese)- 1235 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11216

HILLS 20% off) KITCHEN (Nigerian) - 112 Graham Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11206

BunNan (15% 0ff)(Cafe/Haitian Cuisine) - 2123 Caton Ave lot 58, Brooklyn, NY 11226

Natural Blend (15% 0ff) (Cafe) - 302 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11216

BUKA MANHATTAN (15% 0ff) (Nigerian Cuisine) - 137 1st Ave., New York, NY 10003

MINT PORCH (15% 0ff) (Cafe/Vegan) - 2123 Caton Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11226

WELLNESS TEA THERAPY (15% 0ff) (Cafe) - 525 Nostrand Ave Ground Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11216

MANHATTAN

QUEEN OF SHEBA (20% )(Ethiopian) - 650 10th Ave, New York, NY 10036

BD HALAL (20%) (West African cuisine) - 263 W 30th St #3, New York, NY 10001

LA SAVANE (15% 0ff) (Ivorian/West African) - 239 W 116th St, New York, NY 10026

LALIBELA (15% 0ff) (Ethiopian) - 2084 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10026

TSION CAFE (15% 0ff) (Ethiopian) - 763 St Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10031

LES AMBASSADES (15% 0ff) (West African/Senegalese) - 2200 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10026

SAFARI (10%) (Somalian Cuisine) - 219 W 116th St, New York, NY 10026

PONTY BISTRO (10%) (Senegalese/French) - 2375 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, New York, NY 10030

QUEENS

KAMILAH EATS (20%) (West African/Guinean) - 134 14 Guy R Brewer Blvd, Queens, NY 11434

STATEN ISLAND

SPARROW LIGHT (15% 0ff) (Nigerian Cuisine) - 1414 Forest Ave, Staten Island, NY 10302

Also watch the FIFA World cup at various participating restaurants

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OUR MISSION (Includes the below)

Boosting the local economy by highlighting various small businesses (including restaurants, cafes, bars) and celebrating African/Diaspora cuisine and culture.

Fighting hunger by partnering with local kitchens, restaurants and other organizations working to help alleviate this problem.

Promoting healthy eating options with our chefs and various partners - and connecting the community to where these options are available.

Fostering social good, building communal and cultural ties.

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FAQ

- HOW CAN ONE PARTICIPATE? During African Restaurant week go out and support your local restaurants and participate in the various events including food festival, cooking classes, chef-hosted events and more.

- WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? chefs, restaurant owners, bars, food trucks, eateries, bakeries and more - sign up here

- HOW CAN WE PARTNER WITH AFRICAN RESTAURANT WEEK? You can partner with us to host a cooking class, chef dinner, business panels, participate in food festival and more - email us at akin@africanrestaurantweek.com

- WHAT IS THE AFRICAN RESTAURANT WEEK? African Restaurant Week brings together thousands and beyond on a “gastroafrique” culinary and cultural odyssey. (Food, Culture, Community) - an opportunity to come together to celebrate the food and culture of the African/Black Diaspora and support the various local restaurants/small businesses. The week includes special reduced price menus at restaurants, various events including - food festival, cooking classes, chef-hosted dinners and more restaurants throughout the region participate, giving diners a unique chance to support local establishments, celebrate the restaurant community’s perseverance, and of course, enjoy great food!

African Restaurant Week is a commitment to community development and social impact, and we’re inviting everyone to be a part of it. To learn more please email akin@africanrestaurantweek.com

Diners have a unique chance to support local establishments, celebrate the restaurant community, chefs, bars and local businesses and of course, enjoy great food