24 restaurants offering special prix-fixe menus.

New York African Restaurant Week (“NYARW”), is a premier citywide food festival that celebrates the best in African cuisine and culture. With over 25 participating restaurants in Manhattan.Brooklyn, Bronx and Queens offering discounted prix-fixe traditional African/African inspired menus.

 
Name
Cuisine
Area
 
Amarachi Prime

Amarachi Prime

189 Bridge Street

Lunch Dinner

African-Caribbean Fusion

Brooklyn

Meskerem

Meskerem

124 Macdougal Street

Lunch Dinner

Ethiopian

New York

Ponty Harlem

Ponty Harlem

144 West 139th Street

Lunch Dinner

French, African

New York

Owners and executive Chefs Cisse and Chehk welcome you and your guests to experience Ponty Bistro's "African Fusion," cuisine, featuring the sophisticated flavors and cooking traditions of Senegal and West Africa, combined with French and Mediterranean dishes. Our goal is to offer the most exciting, memorable meals you will ever encounter, designed to leave a satisfying experience with every bite, no matter what time of day you join us. We will welcome you with warm hospitality and exceptional service. Our guests return because of the entire experience at Ponty Bistro. Our motto is "Good Food, Good Friends," so please join us. We are open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night meals. We also offer a weekend brunch.

Tagine

Tagine

221 West 38th Street

Dinner

Moroccan, Hookah Bars

New York

Aside from the beautiful and comfortably decorated interior, Tagine's kitchen is dynamic, baking its own semolina bread daily, and encasing its own lamb merguez. A variety of 'Tagines' are featured at the restaurant. There are several different cous cous selections on the menu, and mouthwatering house specialties include "bastilla", a Moroccan pheasant pie, and "moquadimat," a selection of appetizers, ordered a la carte or as a mixed platter. Included in the wine list, is a diverse selection of Moroccan varieties, which delightfully accompany the menu. Don't walk away from your table without sampling "Halahwyat" the most delightful, hand rolled traditional confections and pastries, graciously served with mint tea or Moroccan spiced coffee.

Queen of Sheba

Queen of Sheba

650 10th Avenue

Dinner

Ethiopian

New York

Londel's

Londel's

2620 Frederick Douglass Boulevard

Brunch Dinner

Soul Food, Breakfast & Brunch

New York

Kingston

Kingston

218 West 116th Street

Lunch Dinner

Caribbean, Bars

Harlem

Renaissance

Renaissance

2245 7th Avenue

Lunch Dinner

American

New York

Lenox Saphire Harlem

Lenox Saphire Harlem

341 Lenox Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Breakfast & Brunch, Bars, Senegalese

New York

Le Baobab Brooklyn

Le Baobab Brooklyn

1235 Fulton Street

Lunch Dinner

Senegalese, Desserts, Soup

Brooklyn

Accra

Accra

2065 Adam Clayton

Lunch Dinner

African, Soul Food, Soup

New York

Le Baobab

Le Baobab

120 West 116th Street

Lunch Dinner

Senegalese, Desserts, Soup

New York

Mist Harlem

Mist Harlem

46 West 116th Street

Lunch Dinner

American, Caribbean, Southern

New York

Unique, progressive and truly experiential, MIST Harlem is an awesome setting of seven unique, and amazingly versatile event spaces under one roof: The Café, internet style with a health-conscious menu selection; The Bar, exotic Wine and Beer selection; The Terrace, open air relaxed dining; The Restaurant for fine dining, and The Studios. The Studios are three of the most technologically advanced event spaces in New York City, fully equipped with state-of-the-art sound, lighting, projection, recording and live streaming capabilities. Delight yourself in our live, homemade entertainment, exotic menus and relaxed environment.

La Savane

La Savane

46 West 116th Street

Lunch Dinner

African

New York

Solomon & Kuff

Solomon & Kuff

2331 12th Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Bars, Caribbean

New York

Located under the viaduct within the Manhattanville Factory District of West Harlem, Solomon and Kuff Rum Hall is a 5,000 square foot pan-Caribbean restaurant & rum hall. Our space features a loft style dining area, a private event lounge, two elevated DJ booths & two full bars with a selection of over 100 rums.

Bunna Cafe

Bunna Cafe

1084 Flushing Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Ethiopian, Vegan, African

Brooklyn

Buka

Bars, African, Halal

Brooklyn

Brooklyn Suya

Brooklyn Suya

717 Franklin Avenue

Lunch Dinner

African, Fast Food

Brooklyn

Massawa Harlem

Massawa Harlem

1239 Amsterdam Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Ethiopian, African, Eritrean

New York

Massawa Restaurant opened in May 1988 and is an Ethiopian Restaurant located on the corner of 121st street on Amsterdam Avenue. Our food is traditionally served with injera and eaten by hand, although we have rice and utensils at your service. Our entrees are served with two sides of vegetables. Enjoy your meal and thank you for experiencing Ethiopian cuisine.

Melba’s Harlem

Melba’s Harlem

300 West 114th Street

Lunch Dinner

Southern, American (Traditional), Soul Food

New York

Melba’s Restaurant opened its doors in 2005 and has come to be regarded as the premier comfort food destination in New York City. At Melba’s Restaurant, you can find plates of Southern fried chicken, seasoned with paprika and a touch of brown mustard, then dredged in buttermilk and shaken in a brown paper bag.

Settepani

Settepani

717 Franklin Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Bakeries

Brooklyn

Le Succulent

Le Succulent

291 5th Avenue

Lunch Dinner

French, Breakfast & Brunch, African

Brooklyn

Le Succulent embodies the combination of homegrown African cuisine and French gastronomy. At Le Succulent, Melanie prioritizes quality, organic, in season products and ingredients to ensure amazing taste. For Melanie the owner, food can be a bond, even between cultures.

Kombit

Kombit

279 Flatbush Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Haitian

Brooklyn

Le Paris Dakar

Le Paris Dakar

563 Nostrand Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Coffee & Tea, Creperies, Sandwiches

Brooklyn