Twenty-two Black-owned restaurants are participating in this year’s NYC Restaurant Week, which began Jan. 17 and actually lasts four weeks––until Feb. 12. NYC Restaurant Week allows diners to sample prix-fixe meals like a two-course lunch or a three-course dinner at participating NYC restaurants. The Black-owned restaurants listed as participating this year are: 

in the Bronx—Flava’s Restaurant and Lounge; 

Brooklyn—Kokomo, The Ariapita, Sweet Catch, Therapy Wine Bar 2.0, Sweet Brooklyn Bar, Allan’s Bakery Bar & Café, Mac Shack, Bleu Fin, Bushwick Grind, Lips Café, and Wi Cafe & Wine Bar;

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Manhattan—Jasmine’s Caribbean Cuisine, Bixi, Harlem Hops, Sylvia’s, Vinatería, Paté Palo Bar & Grill, BLVD Bistro, Omar’s Kitchen & Rum Bar, and Lagos Times Square; and

Queens—Neir’s Tavern.

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