Sunday, June 13, 2021
NEW YORK, United States (CMC) — The Queens, New York-based Caribbean American Restaurant Association (CARA) says that the first-ever in-person National Caribbean American Restaurant Week will be launched on Sunday afternoon in Brooklyn.
In a statement, CARA said that the historical event will take place at the popular, Caribbean-owned Suede Restaurant, in the epicentre of the Caribbean community, in East Flatbush, Brooklyn.
The group said that it has also organised participating restaurants in over 17 states and 30 cities across the United States.
CARA said National Caribbean American Restaurant Week will feature “exceptional Caribbean foods, top-shelf mixtures of Caribbean drinks, and a unique experience for our important invited guests and patrons alike”.
“This celebration will kick start extended Restaurant Week, which is helping as many restaurants as possible to recover and restore the financial health of their business due to the devastating losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic,” it said. “The slogan ‘Taste the Culture, Savor the Vibes’ is indicative of the exceptional cultural experience that awaits patrons.”
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