22 restaurants offering special prix-fixe menus.

New York African Restaurant Week (“NYARW”), taking place October 5 – 21st 2018 , is a premier citywide food festival that celebrates the best in African cuisine and culture.

 
Name
Cuisine
Area
 
Paradis Des Gouts

Paradis Des Gouts

1136 Broadway

Dinner

West African

Bushwick, Bedford Stuyvesant

Meskerem

Meskerem

124 Macdougal Street

Dinner

Ethiopian

Greenwich Village

Ponty Bistro Harlem

Ponty Bistro Harlem

2375 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard

Dinner

French-Senegalese

West Harlem, Manhattan

Amarachi Prime

Amarachi Prime

189 Bridge Street

Lunch Dinner

African-Caribbean Fusion

Downtown Brooklyn

Cafe Rue Dix

Cafe Rue Dix

1451 Bedford Avenue

Dinner

French, Cocktail Bars, Senegalese

Crown Heights

Queen of Sheba

Queen of Sheba

650 10th Avenue

Dinner

Ethiopian

Hell's Kitchen, Midtown West

Tagine

Tagine

221 West 38th Street

Dinner

Moroccan, Mediterranean

Midtown West

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.

Londel’s

Londel’s

2620 Frederick Douglass Boulevard

Dinner

Soul Food

Harlem

Renaissance

Renaissance

2245 7th Avenue

Lunch Dinner

American (New)

Harlem

Bati Restaurant

Bati Restaurant

747 Fulton Street

Dinner

Ethiopian

Fort Greene

Awarded "100 best things to eat and drink in New York" by Time Out Magazine, Bati is a traditional Ethiopian restaurant in the heart of Fort Greene.

Angelas

Caribbean

Bedford Stuyvesant

Le Souk

Le Souk

510 LaGuardia Place

Lunch Dinner

Moroccan, French, Middle Eastern

Greenwich Village

A beautiful multi-level space that makes you feel as if you were parading the streets of a Souk in Morocco, amazing Nouveau Moroccan menu, different DJ's playing different kind of music everyday of the week, belly dancers, entertainment. Has an open kitchen, little pantry area that patrons can see in action while dining. Also has a beautiful outdoor, ideal for the summer where guests can seat, enjoy their hookahs and dine while listening to beautiful music. Tent area and elevated space that overlooks the whole floor as well as the DJ....At Le Souk Harem there is never a dull night.

Tsion Cafe and Bakery

Tsion Cafe and Bakery

763 Saint Nicholas Avenue

Brunch Dinner

Cafes, Ethiopian, Mediterranean

Harlem

Kingston

Kingston

218 West 116th Street

Lunch Dinner

Caribbean, Bars

Harlem

Kingston, a Jamaican and Caribbean restaurant and bar is the only authentic Caribbean dining experience located in Harlem, the most diverse part of New York City. Kingston creates a euphoric feeling of nostalgia for a caribbean lax, calm and tranquil vacation with the music, energy and food offered which provides an escape from the fast paced New York City. The menu items are traditional Jamaican and Caribbean meals and beverages with a contemporary flare designed to appeal to an International market but still maintaining all crucial taste buds and flavors. Undeniably Caribbean culture, food and music has been impactful globally, regionally and locally. However, there are no Caribbean restaurant and or barwith a complete experience present in the area. But instead elements of the culture were easily modified and copied in so many restaurants. Kingston creates something offering a truly authentic experience.

Massawa

Massawa

1239 Amsterdam Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Ethiopian, African, Bars

Morningside Heights

Our food is traditionally served with injera and eaten by hand. Injera is home baked flat African bread with no sugar or salt added and made from Teff, which is the smallest wheat grain in the world and is found in the high mountains of East Africa. Also, some of our food is cooked with Berbere, which is a hot red spice, and a hot sauce called Awaze. Our entrees are served with two sides of vegetables. If you like, we have rice and utensils at your service. Enjoy your meal and thank you for experiencing an African cuisine.

Kombit Bar

Kombit Bar

279 Flatbush Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Haitian

Prospect Heights

Lenox Saphire

Lenox Saphire

341 Lenox Avenue

Lunch Dinner

Senegalese

Harlem

Le Baobab

Le Baobab

120 West 116th Street

Lunch Dinner

Senegalese

Harlem

Le Baobab Brooklyn

Le Baobab Brooklyn

239 West 116th Street

Lunch Dinner

Senegalese

Harlem

Solomon & Kuff

Solomon & Kuff

239 West 116th Street

Lunch Dinner

Caribbean, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service

Harlem

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.

Buka

Bars, African, Halal

Clinton Hill

Mist Harlem

Mist Harlem

46 West 116th Street

Lunch Dinner

Coffee & Tea, Cafes, Sandwiches

Harlem