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Food. Drink. Frederick Douglass Boulevard.

Kysha Harris | 5/1/2014, 1:45 p.m.
Time to get those oxfords, retro Jordans, chukkas and sandals out of the closet and walk the streets.
Food. Drink. Frederick Douglass Boulevard Photo by Kysha Harris

Time to get those oxfords, retro Jordans, chukkas and sandals out of the closet and walk the streets. It’s the third annual Food & Drink Boulevard, brought to you by Experience: Harlem (@xperienceharlem) and the Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance.

It all happens on Thursday, May 8 from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Participating restaurants and eateries from 111th street to 123rd street will offer food and drink specials to wandering pilgrims. Afterward, a dance party usually breaks out in the streets and you find yourself getting down to a funky tune.

There are over a dozen veterans and newcomers of Harlem’s Restaurant Row participating, including the Park 112, Vinateria, Melba’s, Jado Sushi, Savann, Silvana and Levain Bakery. For only $10 at the door or two-for-one in advance, you can sample some of what these places and others have to offer. Because a portion of the proceeds benefits the Global Language Project, you will also be doing some good.

There is no excuse. Grab a friend or some permutation of twos and step out in Harlem for a fun, affordable and delicious evening. Go to www.fdb.eventbrite.com for more details and to order tickets.