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El Barrio

july, 2015

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19jul12:00 pmVendy PlazaJoin us on Sundays for live music (3-6pm) celebrating the culture of El Barrio, live kitchen demos, and a New York Craft Beer garden featuring a rotation of NYC breweries!12:00 pm Park Avenue between 115th & 116th Street, under the Metro North Tracks.
21jul1:00 am- 1:00 amDJ Ted Smooththe legendary remix king spins at Prime One16 every Tuesday1:00 am - 1:00 am 2257 1st Avenue, New York, NY, 10029
24jul - 26jul 2411:00 amjul 26Loiza FestivalThe Festival of Santiago Apostol commonly known as the Loiza Festival del Barrio 11:00 am - 7:00 pm (26) E 105th St. Between Park and Lexington, New York 10035
26jul12:00 pmVendy PlazaJoin us on Sundays for live music (3-6pm) celebrating the culture of El Barrio, live kitchen demos, and a New York Craft Beer garden featuring a rotation of NYC breweries!12:00 pm Park Avenue between 115th & 116th Street, under the Metro North Tracks.
28jul1:00 am- 1:00 amDJ Ted Smooththe legendary remix king spins at Prime One16 every Tuesday1:00 am - 1:00 am 2257 1st Avenue, New York, NY, 10029
Highlights
Modesto
Modesto

Modesto "Tin" Flores garden on 104th st and Lexington Ave is a beautiful, tranquil escape in the heart of East Harlem.

D’ Amore Wine Bar

Rafa, owner of D' Amore Wine Bar on 116th st b/t Lexington and Park Avenues, will guide you through an excellent selection of wine and food pairings. Italian Harlem nostalgia with a modern feel.

El Kallejon

Explore the flavors of El Kallejon Restaurant and Wine Bar. Outdoor dining, live music and weekend BBQs! 209 E 117th St, New York, NY

Modesto D’ Amore Wine Bar El Kallejon
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There is something really special about East Harlem that makes it a true New York City neighborhood. The people, the food, the arts, music and fashion, all tell the story of its history and the many cultures that have shaped East Harlem. Encompassing northeastern Manhattan from 96th Street to 139th Street, between the East River and Fifth Avenue, East Harlem—also known as El Barrio—feels a bit more intimate, than much of Manhattan. While East Harlem maintains its strong Puerto Rican cultural identity, its residents and businesses also represent a myriad of cultures, including: Italian, Caribbean, Mexican, Middle-Eastern and many others. We invite you to enjoy El Barrio’s real community feel, admire the public art, visit the museums and galleries, savor delicious foods, stop by La Marqueta (a marketplace from the 1930s), and check out the many unique local shops. Visit El Barrio!