Come pamper yourself on February 15th and 16th, 2014 in Harlem on Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 117th and 118th Street for the “Harlem Food Truck Rally”. Starting at 11:00 am to 5:00 pm both Saturday and Sunday. See below for information on all the various food trucks, some of the best in the city along with arts and crafts activities for kids.
See you there!
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Thursday, May 2, 2013 fdba (The Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance) invites you to their 2nd annual event: Food & Drink Boulevard. Summer Kick-Off and Evening of Food, Cocktails, Music and Entertainment on Harlem’s Restaurant Row.
Participants involved this year are:
1) Savann Restaurant
3) Bad Horse Pizza
7) Levain Bakery
8) Harlem Tavern
10) Harlem Food Bar
11) Bier International
12) 67 Orange Street
13) 5 & Diamond
It will be held from 6pm – 10pm along FDB up to 123rd Street. Cost is $10 at the door or $5 in advance. Information on tickets
Last years event was a lot of fun with DJ’s, live music, food & drink specials and additional entertainment. A great way to start summer off and meet people in your neighborhood. Invite your friends, have a good time at your favorite spots!
* Condé Nast Traveller “24 hours in Harlem” – Did your favorite spot make the list?
Posted in Drink, Entertainment, Event, Food, Harlem, Menu Harlem Hot Spots, Menu Harlem Restaurant Row, Music, New York City, Restaurants, South Harlem (SOHA)
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HarlemGuy and Harlemista spent a few hours at Harlem Pop-Up ‘Holiday Bazaar’ today. We loved the huge Christmas tree out front, the cavernous interior space, the aura creativity that permeated the space, and the passion of the people representing the products and services on display. Highlights included learning about the new community bank Spring Bank, learning about artist Garry Grant, meeting the force behind artist AFineLyne and her great cards and paintings, catching up with the founder of Harlem Tavern and the folks from Lido, meeting Ebony of mikomyco and seeing their beautiful scarves in person, seeing the amazing artwork in the form of cards by Willie Mitchell, and the wonderful wares from bebenoir.
We love these Harlem Pop-Up events and look forward to the next one. Hoping they continue at least once a month. If you missed the first one check out our post here; Harlem Pop-Up ‘Green Market.’