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Black Restaurant Week Is Back For Fifth Year Serving Eats In NYC

Businesses like Red Rooster Harlem will offer affordable menu options for patrons.

Black Restaurant Week is back and better than ever. Its fifth installment in New York City kicks off on Juneteenth.

In traditional fashion, Black Restaurant Week hopes to shed new light on emerging and renowned Black-owned businesses for food-lovers to patron. For guests to get the best offerings of these diverse food spots, the restaurants offer affordable menu options, often multi-coursed.

Across the NYC and tri-state area, customers can indulge various types of eateries, including cafes, food trucks, and bakeries. The event seeks to promote the “diverse tastes” of food across the Black diaspora. Whether African, Black American, or Caribbean food is one’s favorite, the week-long event hopes to appeal to all appetites.

Furthermore, engaging in Black Restaurant Week is more important than ever in a post-pandemic society. It provides free promotion to Black restaurateurs who may lack the necessary funds for a lucrative marketing campaign. The event’s founder, Warren Luckett, shared how this communal support aids in the longevity of these Black-owned gems.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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