The community-level reports from the NYC Food Policy Center at Hunter College describe demographic information, map farmers markets, list free summer meals for kids and more.
Here are our highlights for the 7-day festival.
If you’re a kid at Harlem Grown, one day you’re in the garden and the next day you could be speaking on a panel at the United Nations.
Real estate agents working in Upper Manhattan have been opening high-quality coffee shops throughout Harlem.
The woman-owned restaurant wants to celebrate women’s wine.
Sonya Simmons, Maritza Owens and Carey King use food to control the fate of their neighborhoods.
Highlights included dishes from Sylvia’s, Red Rooster, Lolo’s Seafood Shack and fish and chips from a Reykjavik-based restaurant.
From the decor to the drinks, the new bar and restaurant is an ode to the Caribbean.
The tiny voices in the crowd went wild.
With campaign entitled “Give 30 Feed Many,” Beth Hark Christian Counseling Center hopes to finance their new mobile food delivery program.
New York African Restaurant Week will present awards for for “Chef of the Year,” “Restaurant of the Year” and “Community Leader of the Year.”
It’s rare that a food event has so many different goals, but stakeholders from all sides of the equation seemed satisfied with the turnout.