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Culinary Passport: Africa

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 2019-08-01 05:17
Saturday, September 14, 2019 - 19:30
America: New York

Harlem Wine Gallery
Back Bin Room
New York

West Africa Cooks are listing this event called Culinary Passport: Africa on 2019-09-14 18:30:00

(Four Tickets Left!)

Hakuna-matata ... No Wahala ... No Worries... . Let's leave it all behind.

Are you ready for our next culinary adventure?

Come on board and join us for a cozy speakeasy style educational wine tasting and dining experience as we take a journey around Africa via food and wine. Chef Keesha O. and her team are preparing a four course family style African inspired dinner featuring flavors and ingredients from this exquisite continent in her own unique way.  In farm to table fashion we will purchase some of the produce for the evenings meal from Harlem Grown and partial proceeds will go towards the organization as well.

Our wine expert for the evening, Lea Faith Williams from Lets Talk Wine NYC will guide, teach, and expertly pair each course with South African Wines curated from Harlem Wine Gallery.

Seats are limited and tickets are required to attend this event - so, purchase your ticket now for a fun, delicious and educational evening filled with flavor and excitment!


Attire: Bring It on! Let's dine in style. Pan African Colors - Green, Gold, Red or African Prints

Allergies or Dietary Restrictions: Let us know ahead of time and well try to accommodate

Follow us on IG @gourmetdiva #supperandsip #culinarypassportafrica for real time updates and giveaways! The fun beings wayyy before the event!

Recap Video of Past Events: 
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Please take note of the following policies before purchasing your seat:
    •    Event is for those 21 and over, must bring valid ID
    •    Please arrive on time, if you miss a course we can not guarantee that you will get that course. 

    •    Reservations are only available online - NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR - NO Refunds
    •    Confirmation letters with detailed directions will be emailed to you approximately 7 days prior to the event

    •    MEDIA DISCLAIMER: Photos and videos are occasionally taken at our events. We reserve the right to use any photograph/video without the expressed written permission of those included within the photograph/video. We may use the photograph/video in publications or other media material produced, used or contracted by us including but not limited to: brochures, invitations, books, newspapers, magazines, television, websites, etc.


Harlem Wine Gallery

Thirty-year Harlem residents and co-owners Pascal and Dani Lewis opened the Harlem Wine Gallery in 2017 to offer something new and educational to the community. They carry natural, biodynamic, and organic wines from the United States and around the world, and hold wine education events for the public.  Every Friday evening, they host a free wine tasting events in their warm, colourful, chic space.


Harlem Grown:

Harlem Grown is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire youth to lead healthy and ambitious lives through mentorship and hands-on education in urban farming, sustainability, and nutrition. Founded in 2011, we operate local urban farms, increase access to and knowledge of healthy food for Harlem residents, and provide garden-based development programs to Harlem youth.

Can't make it? Consider contributing to our non profit recipient


Etniciti #Rockyouretniciti

Our products are handcrafted by independent African artisans, most of whom are women microentrepreneurs.

About Our Company

Based in Lagos Nigeria, and Fort Lauderdale FL, Etniciti merges the vibrant, vivid colors and bold patterns of traditional African prints with modern stylish accessories to produce beautiful and unique pieces destined for the fashion-forward woman’s closet. We design our own products carefully choosing the fabrics and patterns to include Adire (tie and dye), Ankara (traditional African wax print), Kente (traditional Ghanaian print), Batik, and other traditional African cloths. From handmade bags, bangles, earrings, headwraps, and more, you will be certain to find the perfect accessory to express your unique style and transform your outfits.

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For Sponsorship, partnerships, collaborations or general marketing questions please contact:

William Andre Buchanan

If you would like more information on being venue host please email us at info [at] . We are looking for venues to events next year in different cities and around the world.

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Your map address Back Bin Room 2067 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd., New York, NY 10027.
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