Food & Drink Boulevard Event in Harlem this Wednesday – May 10, 2017

This Wednesday, May 10th from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. come out and enjoy the 6th Annual Food & Drink Boulevard Event along Frederick Douglass Boulevard’s Restaurant Row. Presented by the Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance (FDBA), this Food & Drink Boulevard event is a great opportunity to taste Food and Drinks at participating restaurants and bars along the Frederick Douglass Boulevard corridor from 112th to 124th Streets. Reserve a wristband to receive $5.00 deals at 19 participating venues!

Participating bars and restaurants include 67 Orange Street, Angel of Harlem, Bier International, Blujeen, Chocolat, Custom Fuel Pizza, Harlem Burger Co., Harlem Food Bar, Harlem Tavern, Hop House Harlem, Lido, LoLo’s Seafood Shack, Moca, Row House, Savann, Silvana, Streetbird, Vinateria, and W XYZ Bar at Aloft Harlem. The Harlem Community Development Corporation is presenting the event, and other sponsors include Best Market, Bohemia Realty Group, Columbia University, GoNoFee.com, and Spring Bank.

To assist patrons in navigating up and down Frederick Douglass Boulevard, FDBA is offering free pedicab service to wristband holders, and a mobile device-friendly map that shows where all 19 participating restaurants and bars are located, as well as each businesses’ $5.00 menu offerings. Food & Drink Boulevard will also feature a raffle of exciting prizes, including gift cards to participating restaurants, a one-month membership to Land Yoga, and more. Raffle tickets can be purchased on the night of the event at Angel of Harlem, 2272 Frederick Douglass Boulevard. All proceeds from Food & Drink Boulevard raffle ticket sales will support FDBA’s small women- and minority-owned business promotion, street cleaning, and community building initiatives.

To reserve a free wristband for the event, visit the FDBA website at www.fdballiance.org. On the night of the event, wristbands will also be available at Harlem Tavern, 2153 Frederick Douglass Boulevard on the corner of West 116th Street, and Angel of Harlem, 2272 Frederick Douglass Boulevard on the corner of West 122nd Street.