Official Black Wall Street Black Business Crawl 2018 In Harlem

Join Harlem’s Black Business Crawl 2018 this weekend in Harlem, part of the Official Black Wall Street (OBWS) project.

This Season of Gift-giving, embrace Black Art, Black Culture, Black Music, Black Books, and Ethnic Fashion by supporting black-owned business.

There are 45 shopping days left until Christmas/Kwanzaa participating business include:

Sisters Uptown Bookstore

1942 Amsterdam Ave, Harlem, NY
Special Offer: 10% off
Days/Hours Valid: Saturday 12pm – 7pm

Calabar Imports

(African Clothing, Jewelry, Home Decor and Gifts)
2217 Frederick Douglas Blvd., Harlem, NY
Special Offer: 15% off
Days/Hours Valid: Saturday + Sunday 11:30am – 7:00pm

Harlem Haberdashery

(Hats, Men’s + Women’s Apparel)
245 Malcolm X Blvd, Harlem, NY
Phone: (646) 707-0070
Hours of Operation: Saturday noon – 8pm

The Brownstone

24 E 125th St # A, Harlem, NY
Saturday + Sunday 11:30am – 7:00pm
(212) 996-7980

Hats By Bunn

2283 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, Harlem, NY
Hours of Operation: Saturday 11am – 7pm

Harlem Underground

(Men’s + Women’s Apparel)
2217 Frederick Douglas Blvd Harlem, NY
Special Offer: 15% off
Days/Hours Valid: Saturday 11am – 8pm

Chocolat Restaurant

(Full-service restaurant)
2223 Frederick Douglass Blvd, Harlem, NY
Special Offer: 15% off
Days/Hours Valid: Saturday + Sunday after 5pm

Nabe Harlem

(Restaurant, bar/lounge with live music)
2367 Frederick Douglass Blvd, Harlem, NY
Special Offer: $10 Japanese Patron Ginger Margarita &
$5 appetizers Days/Hours Valid: Saturday + Sunday 11:30am-11pm

For a list of participating business in other cities, click HERE and for more information visit

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