Harlem Restaurant Week 2022 Features “The Best Food You’ve Never Had”

Harlem Restaurant Week, presented by Harlem Park to Park in conjunction with Empire State Development, Harlem Community Development Corporation.

Incluginf New York Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Uptown Grand Central, will end their 13th season with Harlem Restaurant Week: A Guide to the Best Food You’ve Ever Eaten! November 1-15, 2022 in Harlem with up to 40 restaurants and bars.

“With this special edition of Harlem Restaurant Week: A Guide to the Best Food You’ve Ever Eaten!, we wanted to provide a curated guide for residents and visitors to discover the many new restaurants that have opened in the past two years, as well as highlighting the innovation of our long-standing restaurants; and the new row of restaurants growing on Lexington Avenue in East Harlem. Despite the challenges facing small businesses during the pandemic, with restaurants among the hardest hit, it’s truly exciting to show how Harlem’s hospitality industry has not only endured but continues to thrive as one of New York’s top dining destinations,” says Nikoa Evans-Hendricks. , executive director of Harlem Park to Park and executive producer of Harlem Restaurant Week. Harlem Restaurant Week encourages diners to experience new cuisine across Harlem from east to west with the all-new Musette Wine Bar (Central Harlem) at Janie’s Life Changing Baked Goods (East Harlem) at Bird in Hand; diverse nightlife with cocktails, appetizers and live music from Harlem Hookah to Bixi to The Porch; and of course new menu items from award winning and established bars and restaurants (Harlem Shake, Red Rooster Harlem and Sylvia’s).

Harlem Restaurant Week’s two-week dining promotional period will run from November 1-15, 2022, with dine-in, take-out, and delivery options at 41 restaurants and bars across Central, East, and North America. west of Harlem offering three dining categories: $10, lunch for $25 and dinner for $35. Please see the full list of participating restaurants here; All offers and a list of participating restaurants are available at www.harlemrestaurantweek.com.

Customers will also experience HRW Social Media’s fun “Spin the Wheel” promotion with over 30 gift card prizes donated by participating restaurants.

Harlem Park to Park

Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) is a social enterprise representing over 300 entrepreneurs committed to cultural preservation, small business and economic development in downtown Harlem, the premier center for culture, dining, shopping, lifestyle and New York nightlife north of 110th Street. Harlem Park to Park members are comprised of leading businesses located in the geographic area of ​​Central Park North at 145th Street and Morningside Park at Marcus Garvey Park. HP2P produces strategic marketing and economic development initiatives aimed at promoting and ensuring the sustainability of its member companies; and celebrate the historic CHARM of the neighborhood. • Community and Culture • Heritage and Hospitality • Art and Architecture • Retail and Restaurants • Music and Media. For more information on HP2P, visit www.Harlemparktopark.org.

Downtown Grand Central

Uptown Grand Central is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming East 125th Street into a thriving corridor by providing programs that put advocacy into action through collaborations with small businesses, residents and neighborhood organizations in through East Harlem. Since we started five years ago as the New Harlem East Merchants Association (NHEMA), we have raised community hopes through programs that include organizing our small businesses, hiring alumni homeless people to clean up our streets, beautifying the commercial corridor with public art and Christmas lights, sponsoring street festivals and promotions including Party On Park and Solstice Soul Train, and embracing public space near tracks Metro-North at 125th Street & Park Avenue as a community plaza that features a year-round farmers’ market and promotes small local businesses.

New York Women’s Chamber of Commerce

The New York Women’s Chamber of Commerce (Women’s Chamber), established in 2002, is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to helping women succeed and become independent through business ownership and autonomy. -use. NYWCC actively advocates and works to create equal and fair business opportunities that foster an environment that supports the growth of women-owned businesses in New York City and State. We drive and support the business success of our members through networking, educational resources, assistance with government contracts and advocacy. Since its inception, the Women’s Chamber has provided business services and training to more than 20,000 people, helped create more than 5,000 new businesses, and helped entrepreneurs access $35 million in capital and $45 million in supply contracts. The organization has also helped more than 1,000 entrepreneurs apply for minority certification through its Center for Minority and Women’s Business (MWBE) and its Institute of Microenterprise for Women.

About Empire State Development

Empire State Development’s (“ESD”) mission is to promote a strong and growing state economy, encourage business investment and job creation, and support diverse and thriving local economies in New York State through the effective use of loans, grants and tax credits. , real estate development, marketing and other forms of assistance.

The Harlem Community Development Corporation

Harlem Community Development Corporation (“HCDC”), a subsidiary of New York State Urban Development Corporation, d/b/a Empire State Development Corporation, was established in 1995 to serve the greater Harlem community, including Central Harlem, El Barrio/East Harlem, Washington Heights and West Harlem. Through various partnerships, HCDC plans and facilitates a wide range of community revitalization initiatives, strengthening Upper Manhattan and its economically and culturally vibrant communities. Learn more here.

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