AFRICAN RESTAURANT WEEK FESTIVAL – TICKETS GOING ON SALE SOON
When – October 12 & 13
Where – Mist Harlem
COME ENJOY A TASTE OF AFRICA. Take a culinary trip from West to East, North to South – only a metro card required. The New York African Restaurant Week Festival is a two-day food, arts, community and culture extravaganza taking place at MIST Harlem on Saturday and Sunday October 12 and 13.
The African Restaurant Week Festival line-up:
+ Over 25 restaurants/food vendors representing cuisines from all of Africa – North, South, East and West
+ Local/International/celebrity/emerging chefs
+ Chef demonstrations and goodie bag giveaways
+ Live DJ performances, special music performances, and an Afrobeats day party
HOW DOES THE TICKETING WORK?
Festival ticketing is designed to allow you discover more African and African-inspired dishes
$15 – General admission – Experience live performances from various parts of the continent, music by top DJs, cooking demos, photo booth pictures, sponsored giveaway competitions, and more
$25 – Experience all of the above and get 2 meal tastings
$40 – Experience all of the above and get 6 meal tastings
$50 – Experience all of the above and get 10 meal tastings
Each additional tasting costs $5
Regular menu prices are also available from each food vendor
WHAT IS THE AFRICAN RESTAURANT WEEK FESTIVAL?
It is a one day event (Saturday and Sunday October 12 &13 at Mist Harlem) where we bring various restaurants and chefs under one roof during the New York African Restaurant Week to showcase the best of African/African-inspired cuisine in a festive environment.
WHAT IS THE New York AFRICAN RESTAURANT WEEK (NYARW)?
From October 4 – 20, over 20 restaurants will provide prix fixe menus to diners at reduced prices. We also hold various events around the city including cooking classes, chef-hosted dinners and a food festival
NYARW is a celebration of African cuisine, restaurants, and chefs. It is an opportunity to go out and consciously support your local businesses. It’s a promotion of diverse voices in the global culinary movement – both celebrity and emerging, and a commitment to community development and social impact, and we’re inviting all of NYC to be a part of it.
Join us on a culinary journey across Africa with 2,000+ foodies and festival goers, a “GastroAfrique Odyssey.”