Harlem’s Lenox Avenue will be transformed on July 22, from 6 to 10 pm, when Harlem Park to Park, Experience Harlem and Hendrick’s Gin present Summer Sizzles on Lenox, a sidewalk cafe crawl on Lenox Avenue complete with good food, delectable Hendrick’s cocktails and summer fun! Harlemites and visitors alike will experience the best of Lenox Avenue while mixing and mingling with city trendsetters, food fanatics and nightlife impresarios.
Participants are invited to stroll along the avenue’s picturesque wide sidewalks and enjoy delicious samplings from its many restaurants while sipping on signature Hendrick’s cocktails created at each stop. For a ticket price of $10, guests will gain access to the special menu of appetizers and cocktails in each venue.
Date: Tuesday, July 15th
Where to Purchase Tickets: Carver Federal Savings Bank on 125th and Lenox or on the south end at La Bodega 47 Social Club at 118th and Lenox
Ticket Price: $10.00 (2 for $10 when purchased in advance at www.summersizzles.eventbrite.com)
Food/Drink Price: $5.00
A portion of each purchase will be donated to Global Language Project.
Barawine 200 Lenox Ave
Boulevard Bistro 239 Lenox Ave
Chéri 231 Lenox Ave
Chez Lucienne 308 Lenox Ave
Corner Social 321 Lenox Ave
Cove Lounge 325 Lenox Ave
Harlem Shake 100 W 124th St
Lenox Saphire 341 Lenox Ave
LaBodega 47 161 Lenox Avenue
Red Rooster Harlem 310 Lenox Ave
Ristorante Settepani 196 Lenox Ave
Sylvia's Restaurant 328 Lenox Ave
Harlem has been producing similar outings in Harlem for the past 5 years and last year’s Summer Sizzles was at capacity, with over 1000 tickets sold!
Lenox Avenue has long been the main artery of Harlem culture and today is the center of transformation for the neighborhood, with it onslaught of new restaurants and bars that are fueling a nightlife and entertainment hub. From its eclectic collection of international fare, including French at Chez Lucienne, Barawine and newly opened Cherie, Latin at La Bodega 47 Social Club and Italian at Settepani, to its globally recognized go-to locations, like Sylvia’s, Red Rooster and Corner Social, and the anticipated reopening of the Lenox Lounge, Lenox Avenue is the place to see and be seen in Harlem.