Harlem Bazaar, produced by MHG Events, announces its mission to become the largest arts and crafts market in NYC while also satisfying Uptown’s hunger for a vibrant brunch scene.
The event series will offer more food vendors, new creators, and live entertainment on June 4th starting at 11 am at 125th Street & Adam Clayton Powell in Harlem.
Harlem Bazaar is poised to redefine the Uptown experience by seamlessly blending two exciting worlds: a burgeoning arts and crafts market and a lively brunch destination. Recognizing the desire for a fun-filled brunch experience in the community, Harlem Bazaar is committed to serving the best of both worlds.
Harlem Bazaar offers a diverse array of unique arts and crafts, showcasing the creativity and craftsmanship of local artisans. From handmade jewelry and artwork to fashion and self-care products, the market promises an exciting treasure trove of one-of-a-kind finds.
But it doesn’t stop there. Alongside the arts and crafts market, Harlem Bazaar invites guests to indulge in a delightful brunch experience like no other. From traditional soul food, Caribbean cuisine, gourmet Mexican food, and Colombian bites to live music and kid´s entertainment, the brunch scene at Harlem Bazaar promises an unforgettable Sunday gathering for friends and family.
“Our goal is not only to showcase the exceptional talents of local artisans but also to create an unforgettable brunch atmosphere that reflects the vibrant spirit of Harlem,” said Marco Shalma founder of Harlem Bazaar. “We want to let the world know that Harlem Bazaar is here to cater to the evolving tastes and desires of Uptown residents and visitors.”
Harlem Bazaar, the new premier brunch spot in Harlem, is a vibrant hub of originality, creativity, and pizzazz. It offers the best food, merchandise, and entertainment, showcasing Harlem’s soulful music, arts & crafts, and mouth-watering dishes. With its lively atmosphere and upcoming June 4th event, Harlem Bazaar is here to stay as the go-to destination for an unforgettable experience in Harlem. Note to editors: For more details on the Harlem Bazaar and its 2023 season, visit www.harlembazaar.com.
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