East Harlem Nights Is Back In The Union Settlement Garden!

Union Settlement Business Development Center / Buy Local East Harlem is back with their annual event in the Union Settlement garden.

The event is Co-sponsored by Yave Tequila, admission is free and the capacity is limited.

Enjoy Afro Caribbean beats by Afro Dominicano; beer by East Harlem Bottling Company; Margaritas and Sangria by El Paso; food by CakeBurgers, Pro Thai, UpTaco, TreLune Dulci, and vendors selling their baked goods, massages, art, and artisanal products.

Please have masks on hand as they are required while not eating or drinking. Temperature checks will be conducted for those who are not vaccinated, and contact tracing information will be recorded. Thank you.

BUY LOCAL EAST HARLEM is an initiative based out of Union Settlement Business Development Center and aims to keep money in the community by encouraging larger institutions, residents, and businesses to purchase their goods locally. Our events intend to support East Harlem businesses with increased visibility and revenue.

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Thanks to the generosity of Harlem CDC, NYC Department of Small Business Services, Council Member Diana Ayala; Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer.

**Must show proof of age to consume alcohol

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