Dates have been set for the annual Harlem Restaurant Week 2020! Dozens of new and exciting restaurants and hot spots have been added to the list this year, including retail and special events.
Harlem Restaurant Week 2020 is an exciting collaboration among the organizers of Harlem’s most successful culinary themed events. It will take you throughout Harlem/East Harlem, from East to West. Save the Dates ~ March 1st through March 15th.
Below, Chaiwali ~ Indian & global flavors on Lenox Avenue in Harlem.
With the incredible melting pot within its boundaries, there is no better place to explore authentic International Cuisine and signature Comfort Food, sprinkled with its unique history and great music.
Above, Archer & Goat on Lenox Avenue between 119th/120th Street in Harlem..
Below, one of the fabulous walls at Harlem Shake on Lenox Avenue.
Below, the popular Ginjan Cafe’, opened in 2019 by the Diallo Brothers, inside the beautifully restored, historic Corn Exchange Bank Building on 125th Street in East Harlem.
Below, don’t miss fabulous retail in East Harlem at The Brownstone Woman, with the Spring 2020 Collection just in ~ located at 24 East 125th Street between 5th and Madison Avenue, next to Serengeti Teas & Spices.
Harlem Restaurant Week 2020 will also Explore Retail + Events ~ below, visit the historic, refurbished firehouse in El Barrio, now home to the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI), where on Tuesday, August 20th, Harlem Chefs will discuss the rich history and legacy of rice culture and its cultivation in the event, Taste and Talk: Rice Cultures of the African Diaspora. This is just one of many Chef Talks & Events that will bring visitors back week after week after week.
Below, Chef JJ’s Field Trip Harlem, where Rice is Culture.
Don’t want to eat out? Have it Delivered & Order In.
Follow Harlem Restaurant Week 2020 on Facebook.
As a bonus during Harlem Restaurant Week, Harlem Fresh on East 125th Street opened March 6th!
While your in East Harlem, check out Uptown Grand Scale ~ an East Harlem Mural Project.
Explore East 125th Street, a work in progress.
And as a nice add-on to Harlem Restaurant Week, the news that Delroy Lindo is set to headline in an ABC Drama Pilot entitled ‘Harlem Kitchen‘ ~ yes, set in Harlem.