Celebrate African Restaurant Week in Brooklyn

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Looking for a new dining experience? It’s currently African Restaurant Week in New York and participating restaurants are offering tastings and deals on meals across the five boroughs, leading up to a food festival celebration in Harlem this weekend.

While many people think of Harlem as synonymous with African food, a number of great Brooklyn restaurants across the borough are participating this year, so no matter where you’re at, you can get in on the excitement!

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New York African Restaurant Week is now in its 6th year, after launching in 2013. Restaurants are offering discounted prix fixe menus showcasing their best African and African-inspired dishes to celebrate African and Diasporic culture and experience through food!

Check out the participating Brooklyn restaurants:

Amarachi
189 Bridge Street, Vinegar Hill
Nigerian and Caribbean

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Cafe Rue Dix
1451 Bedford Avenue, Crown Heights
French-Senegalese


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Bati
747 Fulton, Fort Greene
Ethiopian

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Angela’s
417 Nostrand Ave, Bed-Stuy
Caribbean

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Le Baobab
1235 Fulton, Bed-Stuy
West African

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Buka
946 Fulton, Bed-Stuy
Nigerian

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Be sure to check out and support the Brooklyn restaurants, and maybe you’ll even want to make the trek up to Harlem for next weekend’s festival!

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