Harlem Hookah, Manhattan’s premier hookah bar and lounge featuring premium cocktails, menu and a limitless menu of flavors of hookah in the heart of Central Harlem at 381 Lenox Avenue.
The 1,800 square foot sleek venue opened in 2016 and has welcomed nearly 25,000+ guests.
Harlem Hookah is the brainchild of multi-faceted Dr. Tiffany Bowen, Founder of the five-year-old Black-Owned and Woman-Owned hospitality venue.
Harlem Hookah plans to open a second location in Miami, Florida in 2023
Harlem Hookah will open its doors to the Harlem community for the holiday season with their 2021 Annual Toys & Turkeys on Saturday, December 18, 2021, 12 – 4 PM to provide the community members with complimentary turkeys, unwrapped toys, activities for children and treats for children.
“Each year we look forward to it because we get to interact and give back to the members of our community that support us year-round. As a venue that is 21+ and over, we don’t get a chance to see or work with younger people during our normal workday. Turkey and Toys allow us to open our doors and invite kids and families inside the venue for a fun, safe, and cheerful experience to celebrate the holiday season. The children light up when they see the restaurant set up like a store with all of the latest gadgets and toys for them to choose from. They get to leave with a toy, their face painted, ice cream, and other treats. Parents can also take turkeys with them as well. We are honored to be a part of Harlem and this event is just one way we show appreciation each year,” says Dr. Tiffany Bowen about hosting the third annual Turkey & Toys.
Harlem Hookah, 381 Lenox Avenue (at West 129 Street), Harlem, NY 10027, www.harlemhookah.com, (646) 912-9905
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