Ready for a Harlem break out of the city? Well, the Southampton’s Mexican hotspot Union Cantina has teamed up with Southampton Town Councilman Stan J. Glinka, the town’s Business Advisory Council’s Think Local Initiative. Think Local Initiative is a joint event with the Southampton Village Chamber of Commerce, Southampton Arts Center and East End Restaurant Week to launch a “Stay Out Late-Starry Night” event on Thursday, March 30th, 2017.
The event takes place in Southampton Village and is designed to encourage residents and visitors to shop locally with the overall goal of businesses within the entire town to remain open later, year-round. Participating businesses in the “Stay Out Late-Starry Night” event have pledged to stay open until at least 8:00 pm on March 30th, 2017 with some businesses offering special discounts and giveaways.
During “Stay Out Late-Starry Night”, Union Cantina will be offering Live Music and Happy Hour All Night Long (from 5:00 pm – Close). Said Union Cantina owner Ian Duke, “With Union Cantina being an integral part of the Southampton Village community, I find it important to help promote community engagement initiatives such as this one, and to attract more people to our great local shops, restaurants and cultural institutions. We are hoping that by being a major promoter of this event, we will influence our fellow Southampton businesses to stay open late, all year-round, which will benefit both us locals and visitors.“
Businesses participating in the “Stay Out Late- Starry Night” event include: the Southampton Arts Center, Bean to Tween, Besim’s Fine Cigars, Cashmere Outlet, Christopher Fischer, Club Monaco, Dazzelle, Gym Source, J Crew, Jill Lynn & Co., Kevin Maple Salon, Little Lucy’s Accessories, London Jewelers, Ralph Lauren, Rotations Bicycle Center, Sea Green Designs, Stevensons Toys, Therapy, Union Cantina, Vineyard Vines and White’s Apothecary.
Tell them Harlem World sent you!
Union Cantina, 40 Bowden Square, Southampton, NY 11968, 631-377-3500, www.unioncantina.net