Since it’s launch last year, NYC African Restaurant Week (NYARW) has helped to bring the taste of the continent to the forefront, by allowing food lovers to ‘partake in the diversity of New York City’s thriving dining scene using a variety of discount and prix-fix three-course meal options’.
This year’s events will be hosted from April 27 to May 4, 2014 at more than a dozen restaurants around the city.
During the seven-day celebration, participating restaurants will offer prix fixe menus for lunch or dinner – minimum cost for lunch and dinner are $16.95 and $24.95 respectively. NYARW vouchers and gift certificates for friends and relatives are available for purchase online at www.beUevents.com via a secure payment system. In addition to the special fixed priced lunch and dinner options, diners are eligible for a 10 percent discount off regular menu items when they mention “New York African Restaurant Week” at participating restaurants.
Restaurants taking part include Accra Restaurant, Brasserie Creole, Patina African Restaurant, Lalibela, Farafina Lounge, Cafe Rue Dix, Tolani Wine & Bar, The Sugar Bar, Mataheko, Jollof Restaurant, Buka Restaurant, Madiba, Queen of Sheba, Ponty Bistro, Lenox Saphire (aka Les Ambassades and L Caye.
This year’s events will also include ‘The Edible Bazaar’ on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 which will include food, wine, networking and an awards program.
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