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Marcus Samuelsson comparte recetas y filosofía de los alimentos como parte del Consejo Culinario de Macy's


Los asistentes pudieron disfrutar de muestras y una demostración interactiva.

"La diversidad es una de las mayores fortalezas de los alimentos en Estados Unidos", profesó Samuelsson. "Es un regalo que nuestro país tiene y necesita ser protegido".

“Debería comer basándose en una brújula espiritual”, dijo entusiasmado el chef Marcus Samuelsson a su audiencia, sonriendo mientras salaba y condimentaba una losa de pechuga. Como parte del Consejo Culinario de Macy's, Samuelsson tiene la oportunidad de viajar por todo el país, compartiendo sus recetas, filosofía y experiencias.

Los asistentes a la demostración pudieron disfrutar de tres platos del libro de cocina de Samuelsson Marcus Off Duty: Las recetas que cocino en casa. los Cortado El juez sirvió tacos de pescado, pechuga especiada con salsa barbacoa y estofado de langosta al curry.

Samuelsson fue un presentador animado, manteniendo un flujo de historias mientras preparaba sus platos. Pidió a la audiencia recomendaciones sobre restaurantes para probar y debatió quién tiene la mejor barbacoa de Chicago: su voto fue para Lem's Bar-B-Q en el South Side.

La demostración se volvió interactiva cuando llegó al curry de langosta. Pasó hojas de limoncillo y lima kaffir, dejando que la audiencia inhalara los potentes aromas. Una mujer valiente se acercó para presenciar de cerca mientras Samuelsson demostraba cómo preparar una langosta viva. Luego se sirvió esa langosta a dos afortunados caballeros, cubierta con curry.

"La comida es muy similar a la música: tiene que golpear tu estómago, tu corazón y evocar emociones", dijo Samuelsson. Al compartir la forma en que su propia comida ha progresado debido a sus recuerdos y experiencias, expresó la importancia de enseñar a otros cómo crear su propia historia de comida a través del Consejo Culinario de Macy's. “Cocinar es una forma de tener una conversación”, dijo. "Si no sabes cocinar, no estás participando en ese diálogo".

Para obtener más información sobre Marcus Samuelsson, sus recetas y los otros chefs del Consejo Culinario de Macy's, visite macys.com/culinarycouncil. Manténgase al tanto de sus eventos siguiendo a @CulinaryCouncil en Twitter.


Segundo Harlem EatUp anual! Festival - ¡Consigue tus entradas!

NUEVA YORK - ¡El segundo Harlem EatUp anual! ¡El festival llega pronto! Programado del 19 al 22 de mayo de 2016, el evento se presentará en varios lugares de Harlem, incluidos dos días en Morningside Park.

Los boletos están a la venta en www.HarlemEatUp.com.

¡Obtenga más información sobre el evento en este comunicado de prensa de Harlem Eatup! organizadores de festivales.

¡El Harlem EatUp! El festival celebra la comida, el entretenimiento y las artes que representan el espíritu de Harlem mientras rinde homenaje a sus raíces y tejido cultural.

"El año pasado, toda la comunidad se unió para conmemorar y celebrar un vecindario que amo, Harlem, en el festival inaugural Harlem EatUp!", Dijo Harlem EatUp! Presidente Honorario del presidente Bill Clinton. "Es un honor ser parte de este festival, ya que continúa ganando impulso en su segundo año. Llevo más de 45 años viniendo a Harlem, y mi oficina ha estado aquí durante 15 años. Este festival es verdaderamente un gran representación de la gente y la cultura notables que hacen que esta comunidad sea tan vibrante ".

Entre los restaurantes que participan en el festival de este año se encuentran Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles 'Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, Vinateria, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House y muchos más.

"El festival Harlem EatUp! Está inspirado en la comunidad, la cultura, la hospitalidad y la energía que sentimos aquí todos los días en Harlem", dijo el chef, restaurador y cofundador de Harlem EatUp! Marcus Samuelsson. "Destacando la comida, el arte, la música y la cultura que hacen que este vecindario sea tan vibrante, este festival continúa arrojando luz sobre la abundancia de negocios y talentos locales de Harlem.
aquí mismo, dentro de esta comunidad ".

Como parte de su misión y dedicación a Harlem, las ganancias netas del festival se donarán a Harlem Park to Park y Citymeals-on-Wheels, dos organizaciones sin fines de lucro que tienen un impacto positivo y
impacto directo en la comunidad de Harlem.

"Por segundo año, todos nos reuniremos para celebrar Harlem", dijo Herb Karlitz, cofundador de Harlem EatUp! y presidente de Karlitz & amp Company. "El año pasado fue realmente especial, con tantos restaurantes y artistas colaborando. Este año damos la bienvenida a más restaurantes, chefs famosos y patrocinadores".

El calendario completo del evento está a continuación. Los boletos están disponibles para su compra en www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Twitter: @HarlemEatUp // Instagram: @HarlemEatUp // Facebook: Facebook.com/HarlemEatUp

Harlem EatUp! Programación completa del evento:
20 de mayo de 2016

CENA EN HARLEM: una serie de cenas celebrando Harlem
¡Asegúrate de tener un asiento! Solo por una noche, una variedad de restaurantes y chefs de Harlem recibirán a chefs aclamados de la ciudad de Nueva York y de todo el país para colaborar en menús de varios platos que muestran la sensación única del paisaje de Harlem. Los menús se combinarán con vinos del Bordeaux Wine Council, y cada cena contará con artistas e intérpretes dinámicos de Harlem, lo que convierte a Dine In Harlem en una de las cenas con varias salas más grandes de esta temporada. Algunas de estas cenas colaborativas incluyen: Sylvia's, organizada por Tren'ness Woods- Black con la chef invitada Carla Hall Minton's, organizada por el chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson con los chefs invitados Alex Guarnaschelli y Michael Jenkins Blujeen, organizada por el chef Lance Knowling con el chef invitado Justin Smillie Melba's, presentado por Melba Wilson con el chef invitado Jacques Torres y Ginny's presentado por Marcus Samuelsson con los chefs invitados Nyesha Arrington y Marvin Woods, con el invitado especial Brad Johnson y honrando a Thelma Golden, directora y curadora en jefe del Studio Museum en Harlem, con el primer Harlem EatUp! Premio Luminario.

Sábado 21 y domingo 22 de mayo de 2016

EL PASEO con EL GUSTO | EL MERCADO | ¡COMER HASTA! ESCENARIO PRINCIPAL
THE STROLL presentado por Citi, sábado 21 de mayo
THE STROLL presentado por Aetna, domingo 22 de mayo
Ubicación: Morningside Park (112th y Manhattan Avenue, Nueva York, NY)
Hora: Citi Early Access 12 del mediodía / Admisión general 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
¡COMER HASTA! ¡SIP, VER Y ESCUCHAR! Ven a pasar el día en Harlem's Morningside Park en The Stroll

El sabor: Una degustación itinerante con boleto VIP donde los chefs y restaurantes de Harlem servirán deliciosos bocados de sus platos exclusivos del menú. Disfrute de los sabores de más de 35 restaurantes, incluidos Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles 'Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House y muchos más. Disfrute de una amplia selección de excelentes vinos, licores y cervezas mientras conoce a los mejores artistas y escucha música. Entrada a The Taste: $ 80 por persona (por día). El boleto incluye acceso a comidas y bebidas ilimitadas, así como acceso a The Market y EatUp! Main Stage presentado por Macy's en el LG Stage.
Los invitados deben tener 21 años o más para asistir.

El mercado: Venga uno, venga todos a esta experiencia familiar, donde una muestra de una variedad de alimentos, así como excelentes vinos, cerveza y otras bebidas estarán disponibles para su compra. El mercado también contará con expositores de Harlem que venderán su comida especial, una zona infantil con actividades prácticas, artistas plásticos y más. ¡Asegúrese de ver las demostraciones culinarias en EatUp! Main Stage presentado por Macy's en LG Stage con Harlem y chefs famosos. Mire a Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Joseph "JJ" Johnson y más mientras entretienen, comparten nuevas recetas y consejos del oficio. No se requieren boletos para ingresar al mercado y todas las edades son bienvenidas. Debe tener 21 años para comprar vino y la cerveza debe consumirse dentro del vino y la cervecería al aire libre.

Beneficiarios
Citymeals-On-Wheels Citymeals on Wheels (citymeals.org) proporciona un sustento continuo de comidas nutritivas y compañía vital para las personas mayores confinadas en el hogar de la ciudad de Nueva York. Trabajando en asociación con organizaciones comunitarias y centros para personas mayores, Citymeals prepara y entrega más de 2 millones de comidas de fin de semana, feriados y de emergencia para más de 18,000 de nuestros frágiles vecinos cada año. El año pasado, más de 15.000 personas ofrecieron casi 69.000 horas de su tiempo. Desde su fundación en 1981, Citymeals ha confiado en la generosidad de su Junta Directiva, la Ciudad de Nueva York, patrocinadores y otros obsequios designados para cubrir los costos administrativos. Esto asegura que el 100 por ciento de todas las donaciones públicas se utilizarán íntegramente para la preparación y entrega de comidas.

Parque de Harlem al parque
Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) es una red de emprendedores comprometidos con la preservación cultural, las pequeñas empresas y el desarrollo comunitario en Central Harlem, el principal centro cultural, gastronómico, comercial, de estilo de vida y vida nocturna de Nueva York al norte de 110th Street. Formada en septiembre de 2009, la membresía de HP2P está compuesta por más de 130 empresas de primer nivel ubicadas dentro del área geográfica de Central Park North a 145th street y Morningside Park a Marcus Garvey Park. Su misión es fomentar el comercio que sustenta con éxito a las pequeñas empresas, promueve la comunidad y la cultura de Village of Harlem y celebra el ENCANTO histórico del vecindario.


Segundo Harlem EatUp anual! Festival - ¡Consigue tus entradas!

NUEVA YORK - ¡El segundo Harlem EatUp anual! ¡El festival llega pronto! Programado del 19 al 22 de mayo de 2016, el evento se presentará en varios lugares de Harlem, incluidos dos días en Morningside Park.

Los boletos están a la venta en www.HarlemEatUp.com.

¡Obtenga más información sobre el evento en este comunicado de prensa de Harlem Eatup! organizadores de festivales.

¡El Harlem EatUp! El festival celebra la comida, el entretenimiento y las artes que representan el espíritu de Harlem mientras rinde homenaje a sus raíces y tejido cultural.

"El año pasado, toda la comunidad se unió para conmemorar y celebrar un vecindario que amo, Harlem, en el festival inaugural Harlem EatUp!", Dijo Harlem EatUp! Presidente Honorario del presidente Bill Clinton. "Es un honor ser parte de este festival, ya que continúa ganando impulso en su segundo año. Llevo más de 45 años viniendo a Harlem, y mi oficina ha estado aquí durante 15 años. Este festival es verdaderamente un gran representación de la gente y la cultura notables que hacen que esta comunidad sea tan vibrante ".

Entre los restaurantes que participan en el festival de este año se encuentran Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles 'Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, Vinateria, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House y muchos más.

"El festival Harlem EatUp! Está inspirado en la comunidad, la cultura, la hospitalidad y la energía que sentimos aquí todos los días en Harlem", dijo el chef, restaurador y cofundador de Harlem EatUp! Marcus Samuelsson. "Destacando la comida, el arte, la música y la cultura que hacen que este vecindario sea tan vibrante, este festival continúa arrojando luz sobre la abundancia de negocios y talentos locales de Harlem.
aquí mismo, dentro de esta comunidad ".

Como parte de su misión y dedicación a Harlem, las ganancias netas del festival se donarán a Harlem Park to Park y Citymeals-on-Wheels, dos organizaciones sin fines de lucro que tienen un impacto positivo y
impacto directo en la comunidad de Harlem.

"Por segundo año, todos nos reuniremos para celebrar Harlem", dijo Herb Karlitz, cofundador de Harlem EatUp! y presidente de Karlitz & amp Company. "El año pasado fue realmente especial, con tantos restaurantes y artistas colaborando. Este año damos la bienvenida a más restaurantes, chefs famosos y patrocinadores".

El calendario completo del evento está a continuación. Los boletos están disponibles para su compra en www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Twitter: @HarlemEatUp // Instagram: @HarlemEatUp // Facebook: Facebook.com/HarlemEatUp

Harlem EatUp! Programación completa del evento:
20 de mayo de 2016

CENA EN HARLEM: una serie de cenas celebrando Harlem
¡Asegúrate de tener un asiento! Solo por una noche, una variedad de restaurantes y chefs de Harlem recibirán a chefs aclamados de la ciudad de Nueva York y de todo el país para colaborar en menús de varios platos que muestran la sensación única del paisaje de Harlem. Los menús se combinarán con vinos del Bordeaux Wine Council, y cada cena contará con artistas e intérpretes dinámicos de Harlem, lo que convierte a Dine In Harlem en una de las cenas con varias salas más grandes de esta temporada. Algunas de estas cenas colaborativas incluyen: Sylvia's, organizada por Tren'ness Woods- Black con la chef invitada Carla Hall Minton's, organizada por el chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson con los chefs invitados Alex Guarnaschelli y Michael Jenkins Blujeen, organizada por el chef Lance Knowling con el chef invitado Justin Smillie Melba's, presentado por Melba Wilson con el chef invitado Jacques Torres y Ginny's presentado por Marcus Samuelsson con los chefs invitados Nyesha Arrington y Marvin Woods, con el invitado especial Brad Johnson y honrando a Thelma Golden, directora y curadora en jefe del Studio Museum en Harlem, con el primer Harlem EatUp! Premio Luminario.

Sábado 21 y domingo 22 de mayo de 2016

EL PASEO con EL GUSTO | EL MERCADO | ¡COMER HASTA! ESCENARIO PRINCIPAL
THE STROLL presentado por Citi, sábado 21 de mayo
THE STROLL presentado por Aetna, domingo 22 de mayo
Ubicación: Morningside Park (112th y Manhattan Avenue, Nueva York, NY)
Hora: Citi Early Access 12 del mediodía / Admisión general 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
¡COMER HASTA! ¡SIP, VER Y ESCUCHAR! Ven a pasar el día en Harlem's Morningside Park en The Stroll

El sabor: Una degustación itinerante con boleto VIP donde los chefs y restaurantes de Harlem servirán deliciosos bocados de sus platos exclusivos del menú. Disfrute de los sabores de más de 35 restaurantes, incluidos Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles 'Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House y muchos más. Disfrute de una amplia selección de excelentes vinos, licores y cervezas mientras conoce a los mejores artistas y escucha música. Entrada a The Taste: $ 80 por persona (por día). El boleto incluye acceso a comidas y bebidas ilimitadas, así como acceso a The Market y EatUp! Main Stage presentado por Macy's en el LG Stage.
Los invitados deben tener 21 años o más para asistir.

El mercado: Venga uno, venga todos a esta experiencia familiar, donde una muestra de una variedad de alimentos, así como excelentes vinos, cerveza y otras bebidas estarán disponibles para su compra. El mercado también contará con expositores de Harlem que venderán su comida especial, una zona infantil con actividades prácticas, artistas plásticos y más. ¡Asegúrese de ver las demostraciones culinarias en EatUp! Main Stage presentado por Macy's en LG Stage con Harlem y chefs famosos. Observe a Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Joseph "JJ" Johnson y más mientras entretienen, comparten nuevas recetas y consejos del oficio. No se requieren boletos para ingresar al mercado y todas las edades son bienvenidas. Debe tener 21 años para comprar vino y la cerveza debe consumirse dentro del vino y la cervecería al aire libre.

Beneficiarios
Citymeals-On-Wheels Citymeals on Wheels (citymeals.org) proporciona un sustento continuo de comidas nutritivas y compañía vital para las personas mayores confinadas en el hogar de la ciudad de Nueva York. Trabajando en asociación con organizaciones comunitarias y centros para personas mayores, Citymeals prepara y entrega más de 2 millones de comidas de fin de semana, feriados y de emergencia para más de 18,000 de nuestros frágiles vecinos cada año. El año pasado, más de 15.000 personas se ofrecieron como voluntarias cerca de 69.000 horas de su tiempo. Desde su fundación en 1981, Citymeals ha confiado en la generosidad de su Junta Directiva, la Ciudad de Nueva York, patrocinadores y otros obsequios designados para cubrir los costos administrativos. Esto asegura que el 100 por ciento de todas las donaciones públicas se utilizarán íntegramente para la preparación y entrega de comidas.

Parque de Harlem al parque
Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) es una red de emprendedores comprometidos con la preservación cultural, las pequeñas empresas y el desarrollo comunitario en Central Harlem, el principal centro cultural, gastronómico, comercial, de estilo de vida y vida nocturna de Nueva York al norte de 110th Street. Formada en septiembre de 2009, la membresía de HP2P está compuesta por más de 130 empresas de primer nivel ubicadas dentro del área geográfica de Central Park North a 145th street y Morningside Park a Marcus Garvey Park. Su misión es fomentar el comercio que sostiene con éxito a las pequeñas empresas, promueve la comunidad y la cultura de Village of Harlem y celebra el ENCANTO histórico del vecindario.


Segundo Harlem EatUp anual! Festival - ¡Consigue tus entradas!

NUEVA YORK - ¡El segundo Harlem EatUp anual! ¡El festival llega pronto! Programado del 19 al 22 de mayo de 2016, el evento se presentará en varios lugares de Harlem, incluidos dos días en Morningside Park.

Los boletos están a la venta en www.HarlemEatUp.com.

¡Obtenga más información sobre el evento en este comunicado de prensa de Harlem Eatup! organizadores de festivales.

¡El Harlem EatUp! El festival celebra la comida, el entretenimiento y las artes que representan el espíritu de Harlem mientras rinde homenaje a sus raíces y tejido cultural.

"El año pasado, toda la comunidad se unió para conmemorar y celebrar un vecindario que amo, Harlem, en el festival inaugural Harlem EatUp!", Dijo Harlem EatUp! Presidente Honorario del presidente Bill Clinton. "Es un honor ser parte de este festival, ya que continúa ganando impulso en su segundo año. Llevo más de 45 años viniendo a Harlem, y mi oficina ha estado aquí durante 15 años. Este festival es verdaderamente un gran representación de la gente y la cultura notables que hacen que esta comunidad sea tan vibrante ".

Entre los restaurantes que participan en el festival de este año se encuentran Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles 'Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, Vinateria, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House y muchos más.

"El festival Harlem EatUp! Está inspirado en la comunidad, la cultura, la hospitalidad y la energía que sentimos aquí todos los días en Harlem", dijo el chef, restaurador y cofundador de Harlem EatUp! Marcus Samuelsson. "Destacando la comida, el arte, la música y la cultura que hacen que este vecindario sea tan vibrante, este festival continúa arrojando luz sobre la abundancia de negocios y talentos locales de Harlem.
aquí mismo, dentro de esta comunidad ".

Como parte de su misión y dedicación a Harlem, las ganancias netas del festival se donarán a Harlem Park to Park y Citymeals-on-Wheels, dos organizaciones sin fines de lucro que tienen un impacto positivo y
impacto directo en la comunidad de Harlem.

"Por segundo año, todos nos reuniremos para celebrar Harlem", dijo Herb Karlitz, cofundador de Harlem EatUp! y presidente de Karlitz & amp Company. "El año pasado fue realmente especial, con tantos restaurantes y artistas colaborando. Este año damos la bienvenida a más restaurantes, chefs famosos y patrocinadores".

El calendario completo del evento está a continuación. Los boletos están disponibles para su compra en www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Twitter: @HarlemEatUp // Instagram: @HarlemEatUp // Facebook: Facebook.com/HarlemEatUp

Harlem EatUp! Programación completa del evento:
20 de mayo de 2016

CENA EN HARLEM: una serie de cenas celebrando Harlem
¡Asegúrate de tener un asiento! Solo por una noche, una variedad de restaurantes y chefs de Harlem recibirán a chefs aclamados de la ciudad de Nueva York y de todo el país para colaborar en menús de varios platos que muestran la sensación única del paisaje de Harlem. Los menús se combinarán con vinos del Bordeaux Wine Council, y cada cena contará con artistas e intérpretes dinámicos de Harlem, lo que convierte a Dine In Harlem en una de las cenas con varias salas más grandes de esta temporada. Algunas de estas cenas colaborativas incluyen: Sylvia's, organizada por Tren'ness Woods- Black con la chef invitada Carla Hall Minton's, organizada por el chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson con los chefs invitados Alex Guarnaschelli y Michael Jenkins Blujeen, organizada por el chef Lance Knowling con el chef invitado Justin Smillie Melba's, presentado por Melba Wilson con el chef invitado Jacques Torres y Ginny's presentado por Marcus Samuelsson con los chefs invitados Nyesha Arrington y Marvin Woods, con el invitado especial Brad Johnson y honrando a Thelma Golden, directora y curadora en jefe del Studio Museum en Harlem, con el primer Harlem EatUp! Premio Luminario.

Sábado 21 y domingo 22 de mayo de 2016

EL PASEO con EL GUSTO | EL MERCADO | ¡COMER HASTA! ESCENARIO PRINCIPAL
THE STROLL presentado por Citi, sábado 21 de mayo
THE STROLL presentado por Aetna, domingo 22 de mayo
Ubicación: Morningside Park (112th y Manhattan Avenue, Nueva York, NY)
Hora: Citi Early Access 12 del mediodía / Admisión general 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
¡COMER HASTA! ¡SIP, VER Y ESCUCHAR! Ven a pasar el día en Harlem's Morningside Park en The Stroll

El sabor: Una degustación itinerante con boleto VIP donde los chefs y restaurantes de Harlem servirán deliciosos bocados de sus platos exclusivos del menú. Disfrute de los sabores de más de 35 restaurantes, incluidos Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles 'Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House y muchos más. Disfrute de una amplia selección de excelentes vinos, licores y cervezas mientras conoce a los mejores artistas y escucha música. Entrada a The Taste: $ 80 por persona (por día). El boleto incluye acceso a comidas y bebidas ilimitadas, así como acceso a The Market y EatUp! Main Stage presentado por Macy's en el LG Stage.
Los invitados deben tener 21 años o más para asistir.

El mercado: Venga uno, venga todos a esta experiencia familiar, donde una muestra de una variedad de alimentos, así como excelentes vinos, cerveza y otras bebidas estarán disponibles para su compra. El mercado también contará con expositores de Harlem que venderán su comida especial, una zona infantil con actividades prácticas, artistas plásticos y más. ¡Asegúrese de ver las demostraciones culinarias en EatUp! Main Stage presentado por Macy's en LG Stage con Harlem y chefs famosos. Mire a Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Joseph "JJ" Johnson y más mientras entretienen, comparten nuevas recetas y consejos del oficio. No se requieren boletos para ingresar al mercado y todas las edades son bienvenidas. Debe tener 21 años para comprar vino y la cerveza debe consumirse dentro del vino y la cervecería al aire libre.

Beneficiarios
Citymeals-On-Wheels Citymeals on Wheels (citymeals.org) proporciona un sustento continuo de comidas nutritivas y compañía vital para las personas mayores confinadas en el hogar de la ciudad de Nueva York. Trabajando en asociación con organizaciones comunitarias y centros para personas mayores, Citymeals prepara y entrega más de 2 millones de comidas de fin de semana, feriados y de emergencia para más de 18,000 de nuestros frágiles vecinos cada año. El año pasado, más de 15.000 personas ofrecieron casi 69.000 horas de su tiempo. Desde su fundación en 1981, Citymeals ha confiado en la generosidad de su Junta Directiva, la Ciudad de Nueva York, patrocinadores y otros obsequios designados para cubrir los costos administrativos. Esto asegura que el 100 por ciento de todas las donaciones públicas se utilizarán íntegramente para la preparación y entrega de comidas.

Parque de Harlem al parque
Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) es una red de emprendedores comprometidos con la preservación cultural, las pequeñas empresas y el desarrollo comunitario en Central Harlem, el principal centro cultural, gastronómico, comercial, de estilo de vida y vida nocturna de Nueva York al norte de 110th Street. Formada en septiembre de 2009, la membresía de HP2P está compuesta por más de 130 empresas de primer nivel ubicadas dentro del área geográfica de Central Park North a 145th street y Morningside Park a Marcus Garvey Park. Su misión es fomentar el comercio que sustenta con éxito a las pequeñas empresas, promueve la comunidad y la cultura de Village of Harlem y celebra el ENCANTO histórico del vecindario.


Segundo Harlem EatUp anual! Festival - ¡Consigue tus entradas!

NUEVA YORK - ¡El segundo Harlem EatUp anual! ¡El festival llega pronto! Programado del 19 al 22 de mayo de 2016, el evento se presentará en varios lugares de Harlem, incluidos dos días en Morningside Park.

Los boletos están a la venta en www.HarlemEatUp.com.

¡Obtenga más información sobre el evento en este comunicado de prensa de Harlem Eatup! organizadores de festivales.

¡El Harlem EatUp! El festival celebra la comida, el entretenimiento y las artes que representan el espíritu de Harlem mientras rinde homenaje a sus raíces y tejido cultural.

"El año pasado, toda la comunidad se unió para conmemorar y celebrar un vecindario que amo, Harlem, en el festival inaugural Harlem EatUp!", Dijo Harlem EatUp! Presidente Honorario del presidente Bill Clinton. "Es un honor ser parte de este festival, ya que continúa ganando impulso en su segundo año. Llevo más de 45 años viniendo a Harlem, y mi oficina ha estado aquí durante 15 años. Este festival es verdaderamente un gran representación de la gente y la cultura notables que hacen que esta comunidad sea tan vibrante ".

Entre los restaurantes que participan en el festival de este año se encuentran Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles 'Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, Vinateria, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House y muchos más.

"El festival Harlem EatUp! Está inspirado en la comunidad, la cultura, la hospitalidad y la energía que sentimos aquí todos los días en Harlem", dijo el chef, restaurador y cofundador de Harlem EatUp! Marcus Samuelsson. "Destacando la comida, el arte, la música y la cultura que hacen que este vecindario sea tan vibrante, este festival continúa arrojando luz sobre la abundancia de negocios y talentos locales de Harlem.
aquí mismo, dentro de esta comunidad ".

Como parte de su misión y dedicación a Harlem, las ganancias netas del festival se donarán a Harlem Park to Park y Citymeals-on-Wheels, dos organizaciones sin fines de lucro que tienen un impacto positivo y
impacto directo en la comunidad de Harlem.

"Por segundo año, todos nos reuniremos para celebrar Harlem", dijo Herb Karlitz, cofundador de Harlem EatUp! y presidente de Karlitz & amp Company. "El año pasado fue realmente especial, con tantos restaurantes y artistas colaborando. Este año damos la bienvenida a más restaurantes, chefs famosos y patrocinadores".

El calendario completo del evento está a continuación. Los boletos están disponibles para su compra en www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Twitter: @HarlemEatUp // Instagram: @HarlemEatUp // Facebook: Facebook.com/HarlemEatUp

Harlem EatUp! Programación completa del evento:
20 de mayo de 2016

CENA EN HARLEM: una serie de cenas celebrando Harlem
¡Asegúrate de tener un asiento! Solo por una noche, una variedad de restaurantes y chefs de Harlem recibirán a chefs aclamados de la ciudad de Nueva York y de todo el país para colaborar en menús de varios platos que muestran la sensación única del paisaje de Harlem. Los menús se combinarán con vinos del Bordeaux Wine Council, y cada cena contará con artistas e intérpretes dinámicos de Harlem, lo que convierte a Dine In Harlem en una de las cenas con varias salas más grandes de esta temporada. Algunas de estas cenas colaborativas incluyen: Sylvia's, organizada por Tren'ness Woods- Black con la chef invitada Carla Hall Minton's, organizada por el chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson con los chefs invitados Alex Guarnaschelli y Michael Jenkins Blujeen, organizada por el chef Lance Knowling con el chef invitado Justin Smillie Melba's, presentado por Melba Wilson con el chef invitado Jacques Torres y Ginny's presentado por Marcus Samuelsson con los chefs invitados Nyesha Arrington y Marvin Woods, con el invitado especial Brad Johnson y honrando a Thelma Golden, directora y curadora en jefe del Studio Museum en Harlem, con el primer Harlem EatUp! Premio Luminario.

Sábado 21 y domingo 22 de mayo de 2016

EL PASEO con EL GUSTO | EL MERCADO | ¡COMER HASTA! ESCENARIO PRINCIPAL
THE STROLL presentado por Citi, sábado 21 de mayo
THE STROLL presentado por Aetna, domingo 22 de mayo
Ubicación: Morningside Park (112th y Manhattan Avenue, Nueva York, NY)
Hora: Citi Early Access 12 del mediodía / Admisión general 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
¡COMER HASTA! ¡SIP, VER Y ESCUCHAR! Ven a pasar el día en Harlem's Morningside Park en The Stroll

El sabor: Una degustación itinerante con boleto VIP donde los chefs y restaurantes de Harlem servirán deliciosos bocados de sus platos exclusivos del menú. Disfrute de los sabores de más de 35 restaurantes, incluidos Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles 'Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House y muchos más. Disfrute de una amplia selección de excelentes vinos, licores y cervezas mientras conoce a los mejores artistas y escucha música. Entrada a The Taste: $ 80 por persona (por día). El boleto incluye acceso a comidas y bebidas ilimitadas, así como acceso a The Market y EatUp! Main Stage presentado por Macy's en LG Stage.
Los invitados deben tener 21 años o más para asistir.

El mercado: Venga uno, venga todos a esta experiencia familiar, donde una muestra de una variedad de alimentos, así como excelentes vinos, cervezas y otras bebidas estarán disponibles para la compra. El mercado también contará con expositores de Harlem que venderán su comida especial, una zona infantil con actividades prácticas, artistas plásticos y más. ¡Asegúrese de ver las demostraciones culinarias en EatUp! Main Stage presentado por Macy's en LG Stage con Harlem y chefs famosos. Vea a Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Joseph "JJ" Johnson y más mientras entretienen, comparten nuevas recetas y consejos del oficio. No se requieren boletos para ingresar al mercado y todas las edades son bienvenidas. Debe tener 21 años para comprar vino y la cerveza debe consumirse dentro del vino y la taberna al aire libre.

Beneficiarios
Citymeals-On-Wheels Citymeals on Wheels (citymeals.org) proporciona un sustento continuo de comidas nutritivas y compañía vital para las personas mayores confinadas en el hogar de la ciudad de Nueva York. Trabajando en asociación con organizaciones comunitarias y centros para personas mayores, Citymeals prepara y entrega más de 2 millones de comidas de fin de semana, feriados y de emergencia para más de 18,000 de nuestros vecinos de edad frágil cada año. El año pasado, más de 15.000 personas ofrecieron casi 69.000 horas de su tiempo. Desde su fundación en 1981, Citymeals ha confiado en la generosidad de su Junta Directiva, la Ciudad de Nueva York, patrocinadores y otros obsequios designados para cubrir los costos administrativos. Esto asegura que el 100 por ciento de todas las donaciones públicas se utilizarán íntegramente para la preparación y entrega de comidas.

Parque de Harlem al parque
Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) es una red de emprendedores comprometidos con la preservación cultural, las pequeñas empresas y el desarrollo comunitario en Central Harlem, el principal centro cultural, gastronómico, comercial, de estilo de vida y vida nocturna de Nueva York al norte de 110th Street. Formada en septiembre de 2009, la membresía de HP2P está compuesta por más de 130 empresas de primer nivel ubicadas dentro del área geográfica de Central Park North a 145th street y Morningside Park a Marcus Garvey Park. Su misión es fomentar el comercio que sustenta con éxito a las pequeñas empresas, promueve la comunidad y la cultura de Village of Harlem y celebra el ENCANTO histórico del vecindario.


Segundo Harlem EatUp anual! Festival - ¡Consigue tus entradas!

NUEVA YORK - ¡El segundo Harlem EatUp anual! ¡El festival llega pronto! Programado del 19 al 22 de mayo de 2016, el evento se presentará en varios lugares de Harlem, incluidos dos días en Morningside Park.

Los boletos están a la venta en www.HarlemEatUp.com.

¡Obtenga más información sobre el evento en este comunicado de prensa de Harlem Eatup! festival organizers.

The Harlem EatUp! Festival celebrates the food, entertainment and arts that represent the spirit of Harlem while paying homage to its roots and cultural fabric.

"Last year, the entire community came together to commemorate and celebrate a neighborhood I love, Harlem, at the inaugural Harlem EatUp! festival," said Harlem EatUp! Honorary Chair President Bill Clinton. "It is an honor to be a part of this festival as it continues to gain momentum into its second year. I have been coming to Harlem for more than 45 years, and my office has been here for 15 years. This festival is truly a great representation of the remarkable people and culture that make this community so vibrant."

Among the restaurants participating in this year's festival are Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, Vinateria, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more.

"The Harlem EatUp! Festival is inspired by the community, culture, hospitality and energy that we feel here every day in Harlem," said Chef, Restaurateur and Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! Marcus Samuelsson. "Highlighting the food, art, music and culture that makes this neighborhood so vibrant, this festival continues to shine a light on the abundance of homegrown Harlem businesses and talent
right here inside of this community."

As part of its mission and dedication to Harlem, the festival's net proceeds will be donated to Harlem Park to Park and Citymeals-on-Wheels, two non-profit organizations that have a positive and
direct impact on the Harlem community.

"For the second year we will all come together to celebrate Harlem," said Herb Karlitz, Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! and President of Karlitz & Company. "Last year was truly special, with so many restaurants and artists collaborating. This year we welcome even more restaurants, celebrity chefs and sponsors."

Full event schedule is below. Tickets are available for purchase at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Twitter: @HarlemEatUp // Instagram: @HarlemEatUp // Facebook: Facebook.com/HarlemEatUp

Harlem EatUp! Full Event Schedule:
Friday May 20th, 2016

DINE IN HARLEM - A Series of Dinners celebrating Harlem
Make sure you have a seat! For one night only, an array of Harlem restaurants and chefs will host acclaimed chefs from NYC and across the country to collaborate on multi-course menus that showcase the unique feel of Harlem's landscape. Menus will be paired with wines from the Bordeaux Wine Council, and each dinner will feature dynamic Harlem artists and performers, making Dine In Harlem one of the biggest multi-room dinner parties this season. Some of these collaborative dinners include: Sylvia's, hosted by Tren'ness Woods- Black with guest chef Carla Hall Minton's, hosted by chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson with guest chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Jenkins Blujeen, hosted by chef Lance Knowling with guest chef Justin Smillie Melba's, hosted by Melba Wilson with guest chef Jacques Torres and Ginny's hosted by Marcus Samuelsson with guest chefs Nyesha Arrington and Marvin Woods, with special guest Brad Johnson and honoring Thelma Golden, Director & Chief Curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem, with the first-ever Harlem EatUp! Luminary Award.

Saturday May 21st & Sunday May 22nd, 2016

THE STROLL featuring THE TASTE | THE MARKET | EATUP! MAIN STAGE
THE STROLL presented by Citi, Saturday, May 21st
THE STROLL presented by Aetna, Sunday, May 22nd
Location: Morningside Park (112th & Manhattan Avenue, New York, NY)
Time: Citi Early Access 12 noon / General Admission 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
EAT UP! SIP, SEE & HEAR! Come spend the day in Harlem's Morningside Park at The Stroll

The Taste: A VIP ticketed walk-around tasting where Harlem chefs and restaurants will serve up tasty bites of their signature menu items. Enjoy tastes from more than 35 restaurants including Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more. Sip from a wide selection of fine wines, spirits and beer as you meet fine artists and listen to music. Admission to The Taste: $80 per person (per day). Ticket includes access to unlimited food and drink, as well as access to The Market and the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage.
Guests must be 21 years or older to attend.

The Market: Come one, come all to this family-friendly experience, where a showcase of a variety of foods, as well as fine wines, beer and other beverages will be available for purchase. The Market will also feature Harlem exhibitors who will sell their specialty food, a Kids' Zone with hands-on activities, fine artists and more. Make sure to check out the culinary demos on the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage featuring both Harlem and celebrity chefs. Watch Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Joseph "JJ" Johnson, and more as they entertain, share new recipes and tips of the trade. Tickets are not required to enter The Market and all ages are welcome. Must be 21 years old to purchase wine and beer must be consumed within the wine and beer garden.

Beneficiaries
Citymeals-On-Wheels Citymeals on Wheels (citymeals.org) provides a continuous lifeline of nourishing meals and vital companionship to New York City's homebound elderly. Working in partnership with community-based organizations and senior centers, Citymeals prepares and delivers over 2 million weekend, holiday and emergency meals for more than 18,000 of our frail aged neighbors each year. Last year, over 15,000 individuals volunteered nearly 69,000 hours of their time. Since its founding in 1981, Citymeals has relied on the generosity of its Board of Directors, the City of New York, sponsors and other designated gifts to cover administrative costs. This ensures that 100 percent of all public donations will be used entirely for the preparation and delivery of meals.

Harlem Park to Park
Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) is a network of entrepreneurs committed to cultural preservation, small business and community development in Central Harlem, NYC's premiere cultural, dining, shopping, lifestyle and nightlife hub north of 110th Street. Formed in September 2009, HP2P's membership is comprised of more than 130 premiere businesses located within the geographic area of Central Park North to 145th street and Morningside Park to Marcus Garvey Park. Its mission is to encourage commerce that successfully sustains small businesses promotes the community and culture of the Village of Harlem and celebrates the neighborhood's historic CHARM.


Second Annual Harlem EatUp! Festival - Get your tickets!

NEW YORK -- The second annual Harlem EatUp! Festival is coming soon! Set for May 19 - 22, 2016, the event is featured at various Harlem locations including two days at Morningside Park.

Tickets are on sale at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Find out more about the event, in this press release from Harlem Eatup! festival organizers.

The Harlem EatUp! Festival celebrates the food, entertainment and arts that represent the spirit of Harlem while paying homage to its roots and cultural fabric.

"Last year, the entire community came together to commemorate and celebrate a neighborhood I love, Harlem, at the inaugural Harlem EatUp! festival," said Harlem EatUp! Honorary Chair President Bill Clinton. "It is an honor to be a part of this festival as it continues to gain momentum into its second year. I have been coming to Harlem for more than 45 years, and my office has been here for 15 years. This festival is truly a great representation of the remarkable people and culture that make this community so vibrant."

Among the restaurants participating in this year's festival are Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, Vinateria, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more.

"The Harlem EatUp! Festival is inspired by the community, culture, hospitality and energy that we feel here every day in Harlem," said Chef, Restaurateur and Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! Marcus Samuelsson. "Highlighting the food, art, music and culture that makes this neighborhood so vibrant, this festival continues to shine a light on the abundance of homegrown Harlem businesses and talent
right here inside of this community."

As part of its mission and dedication to Harlem, the festival's net proceeds will be donated to Harlem Park to Park and Citymeals-on-Wheels, two non-profit organizations that have a positive and
direct impact on the Harlem community.

"For the second year we will all come together to celebrate Harlem," said Herb Karlitz, Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! and President of Karlitz & Company. "Last year was truly special, with so many restaurants and artists collaborating. This year we welcome even more restaurants, celebrity chefs and sponsors."

Full event schedule is below. Tickets are available for purchase at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Twitter: @HarlemEatUp // Instagram: @HarlemEatUp // Facebook: Facebook.com/HarlemEatUp

Harlem EatUp! Full Event Schedule:
Friday May 20th, 2016

DINE IN HARLEM - A Series of Dinners celebrating Harlem
Make sure you have a seat! For one night only, an array of Harlem restaurants and chefs will host acclaimed chefs from NYC and across the country to collaborate on multi-course menus that showcase the unique feel of Harlem's landscape. Menus will be paired with wines from the Bordeaux Wine Council, and each dinner will feature dynamic Harlem artists and performers, making Dine In Harlem one of the biggest multi-room dinner parties this season. Some of these collaborative dinners include: Sylvia's, hosted by Tren'ness Woods- Black with guest chef Carla Hall Minton's, hosted by chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson with guest chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Jenkins Blujeen, hosted by chef Lance Knowling with guest chef Justin Smillie Melba's, hosted by Melba Wilson with guest chef Jacques Torres and Ginny's hosted by Marcus Samuelsson with guest chefs Nyesha Arrington and Marvin Woods, with special guest Brad Johnson and honoring Thelma Golden, Director & Chief Curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem, with the first-ever Harlem EatUp! Luminary Award.

Saturday May 21st & Sunday May 22nd, 2016

THE STROLL featuring THE TASTE | THE MARKET | EATUP! MAIN STAGE
THE STROLL presented by Citi, Saturday, May 21st
THE STROLL presented by Aetna, Sunday, May 22nd
Location: Morningside Park (112th & Manhattan Avenue, New York, NY)
Time: Citi Early Access 12 noon / General Admission 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
EAT UP! SIP, SEE & HEAR! Come spend the day in Harlem's Morningside Park at The Stroll

The Taste: A VIP ticketed walk-around tasting where Harlem chefs and restaurants will serve up tasty bites of their signature menu items. Enjoy tastes from more than 35 restaurants including Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more. Sip from a wide selection of fine wines, spirits and beer as you meet fine artists and listen to music. Admission to The Taste: $80 per person (per day). Ticket includes access to unlimited food and drink, as well as access to The Market and the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage.
Guests must be 21 years or older to attend.

The Market: Come one, come all to this family-friendly experience, where a showcase of a variety of foods, as well as fine wines, beer and other beverages will be available for purchase. The Market will also feature Harlem exhibitors who will sell their specialty food, a Kids' Zone with hands-on activities, fine artists and more. Make sure to check out the culinary demos on the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage featuring both Harlem and celebrity chefs. Watch Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Joseph "JJ" Johnson, and more as they entertain, share new recipes and tips of the trade. Tickets are not required to enter The Market and all ages are welcome. Must be 21 years old to purchase wine and beer must be consumed within the wine and beer garden.

Beneficiaries
Citymeals-On-Wheels Citymeals on Wheels (citymeals.org) provides a continuous lifeline of nourishing meals and vital companionship to New York City's homebound elderly. Working in partnership with community-based organizations and senior centers, Citymeals prepares and delivers over 2 million weekend, holiday and emergency meals for more than 18,000 of our frail aged neighbors each year. Last year, over 15,000 individuals volunteered nearly 69,000 hours of their time. Since its founding in 1981, Citymeals has relied on the generosity of its Board of Directors, the City of New York, sponsors and other designated gifts to cover administrative costs. This ensures that 100 percent of all public donations will be used entirely for the preparation and delivery of meals.

Harlem Park to Park
Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) is a network of entrepreneurs committed to cultural preservation, small business and community development in Central Harlem, NYC's premiere cultural, dining, shopping, lifestyle and nightlife hub north of 110th Street. Formed in September 2009, HP2P's membership is comprised of more than 130 premiere businesses located within the geographic area of Central Park North to 145th street and Morningside Park to Marcus Garvey Park. Its mission is to encourage commerce that successfully sustains small businesses promotes the community and culture of the Village of Harlem and celebrates the neighborhood's historic CHARM.


Second Annual Harlem EatUp! Festival - Get your tickets!

NEW YORK -- The second annual Harlem EatUp! Festival is coming soon! Set for May 19 - 22, 2016, the event is featured at various Harlem locations including two days at Morningside Park.

Tickets are on sale at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Find out more about the event, in this press release from Harlem Eatup! festival organizers.

The Harlem EatUp! Festival celebrates the food, entertainment and arts that represent the spirit of Harlem while paying homage to its roots and cultural fabric.

"Last year, the entire community came together to commemorate and celebrate a neighborhood I love, Harlem, at the inaugural Harlem EatUp! festival," said Harlem EatUp! Honorary Chair President Bill Clinton. "It is an honor to be a part of this festival as it continues to gain momentum into its second year. I have been coming to Harlem for more than 45 years, and my office has been here for 15 years. This festival is truly a great representation of the remarkable people and culture that make this community so vibrant."

Among the restaurants participating in this year's festival are Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, Vinateria, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more.

"The Harlem EatUp! Festival is inspired by the community, culture, hospitality and energy that we feel here every day in Harlem," said Chef, Restaurateur and Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! Marcus Samuelsson. "Highlighting the food, art, music and culture that makes this neighborhood so vibrant, this festival continues to shine a light on the abundance of homegrown Harlem businesses and talent
right here inside of this community."

As part of its mission and dedication to Harlem, the festival's net proceeds will be donated to Harlem Park to Park and Citymeals-on-Wheels, two non-profit organizations that have a positive and
direct impact on the Harlem community.

"For the second year we will all come together to celebrate Harlem," said Herb Karlitz, Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! and President of Karlitz & Company. "Last year was truly special, with so many restaurants and artists collaborating. This year we welcome even more restaurants, celebrity chefs and sponsors."

Full event schedule is below. Tickets are available for purchase at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Twitter: @HarlemEatUp // Instagram: @HarlemEatUp // Facebook: Facebook.com/HarlemEatUp

Harlem EatUp! Full Event Schedule:
Friday May 20th, 2016

DINE IN HARLEM - A Series of Dinners celebrating Harlem
Make sure you have a seat! For one night only, an array of Harlem restaurants and chefs will host acclaimed chefs from NYC and across the country to collaborate on multi-course menus that showcase the unique feel of Harlem's landscape. Menus will be paired with wines from the Bordeaux Wine Council, and each dinner will feature dynamic Harlem artists and performers, making Dine In Harlem one of the biggest multi-room dinner parties this season. Some of these collaborative dinners include: Sylvia's, hosted by Tren'ness Woods- Black with guest chef Carla Hall Minton's, hosted by chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson with guest chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Jenkins Blujeen, hosted by chef Lance Knowling with guest chef Justin Smillie Melba's, hosted by Melba Wilson with guest chef Jacques Torres and Ginny's hosted by Marcus Samuelsson with guest chefs Nyesha Arrington and Marvin Woods, with special guest Brad Johnson and honoring Thelma Golden, Director & Chief Curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem, with the first-ever Harlem EatUp! Luminary Award.

Saturday May 21st & Sunday May 22nd, 2016

THE STROLL featuring THE TASTE | THE MARKET | EATUP! MAIN STAGE
THE STROLL presented by Citi, Saturday, May 21st
THE STROLL presented by Aetna, Sunday, May 22nd
Location: Morningside Park (112th & Manhattan Avenue, New York, NY)
Time: Citi Early Access 12 noon / General Admission 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
EAT UP! SIP, SEE & HEAR! Come spend the day in Harlem's Morningside Park at The Stroll

The Taste: A VIP ticketed walk-around tasting where Harlem chefs and restaurants will serve up tasty bites of their signature menu items. Enjoy tastes from more than 35 restaurants including Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more. Sip from a wide selection of fine wines, spirits and beer as you meet fine artists and listen to music. Admission to The Taste: $80 per person (per day). Ticket includes access to unlimited food and drink, as well as access to The Market and the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage.
Guests must be 21 years or older to attend.

The Market: Come one, come all to this family-friendly experience, where a showcase of a variety of foods, as well as fine wines, beer and other beverages will be available for purchase. The Market will also feature Harlem exhibitors who will sell their specialty food, a Kids' Zone with hands-on activities, fine artists and more. Make sure to check out the culinary demos on the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage featuring both Harlem and celebrity chefs. Watch Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Joseph "JJ" Johnson, and more as they entertain, share new recipes and tips of the trade. Tickets are not required to enter The Market and all ages are welcome. Must be 21 years old to purchase wine and beer must be consumed within the wine and beer garden.

Beneficiaries
Citymeals-On-Wheels Citymeals on Wheels (citymeals.org) provides a continuous lifeline of nourishing meals and vital companionship to New York City's homebound elderly. Working in partnership with community-based organizations and senior centers, Citymeals prepares and delivers over 2 million weekend, holiday and emergency meals for more than 18,000 of our frail aged neighbors each year. Last year, over 15,000 individuals volunteered nearly 69,000 hours of their time. Since its founding in 1981, Citymeals has relied on the generosity of its Board of Directors, the City of New York, sponsors and other designated gifts to cover administrative costs. This ensures that 100 percent of all public donations will be used entirely for the preparation and delivery of meals.

Harlem Park to Park
Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) is a network of entrepreneurs committed to cultural preservation, small business and community development in Central Harlem, NYC's premiere cultural, dining, shopping, lifestyle and nightlife hub north of 110th Street. Formed in September 2009, HP2P's membership is comprised of more than 130 premiere businesses located within the geographic area of Central Park North to 145th street and Morningside Park to Marcus Garvey Park. Its mission is to encourage commerce that successfully sustains small businesses promotes the community and culture of the Village of Harlem and celebrates the neighborhood's historic CHARM.


Second Annual Harlem EatUp! Festival - Get your tickets!

NEW YORK -- The second annual Harlem EatUp! Festival is coming soon! Set for May 19 - 22, 2016, the event is featured at various Harlem locations including two days at Morningside Park.

Tickets are on sale at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Find out more about the event, in this press release from Harlem Eatup! festival organizers.

The Harlem EatUp! Festival celebrates the food, entertainment and arts that represent the spirit of Harlem while paying homage to its roots and cultural fabric.

"Last year, the entire community came together to commemorate and celebrate a neighborhood I love, Harlem, at the inaugural Harlem EatUp! festival," said Harlem EatUp! Honorary Chair President Bill Clinton. "It is an honor to be a part of this festival as it continues to gain momentum into its second year. I have been coming to Harlem for more than 45 years, and my office has been here for 15 years. This festival is truly a great representation of the remarkable people and culture that make this community so vibrant."

Among the restaurants participating in this year's festival are Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, Vinateria, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more.

"The Harlem EatUp! Festival is inspired by the community, culture, hospitality and energy that we feel here every day in Harlem," said Chef, Restaurateur and Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! Marcus Samuelsson. "Highlighting the food, art, music and culture that makes this neighborhood so vibrant, this festival continues to shine a light on the abundance of homegrown Harlem businesses and talent
right here inside of this community."

As part of its mission and dedication to Harlem, the festival's net proceeds will be donated to Harlem Park to Park and Citymeals-on-Wheels, two non-profit organizations that have a positive and
direct impact on the Harlem community.

"For the second year we will all come together to celebrate Harlem," said Herb Karlitz, Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! and President of Karlitz & Company. "Last year was truly special, with so many restaurants and artists collaborating. This year we welcome even more restaurants, celebrity chefs and sponsors."

Full event schedule is below. Tickets are available for purchase at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Twitter: @HarlemEatUp // Instagram: @HarlemEatUp // Facebook: Facebook.com/HarlemEatUp

Harlem EatUp! Full Event Schedule:
Friday May 20th, 2016

DINE IN HARLEM - A Series of Dinners celebrating Harlem
Make sure you have a seat! For one night only, an array of Harlem restaurants and chefs will host acclaimed chefs from NYC and across the country to collaborate on multi-course menus that showcase the unique feel of Harlem's landscape. Menus will be paired with wines from the Bordeaux Wine Council, and each dinner will feature dynamic Harlem artists and performers, making Dine In Harlem one of the biggest multi-room dinner parties this season. Some of these collaborative dinners include: Sylvia's, hosted by Tren'ness Woods- Black with guest chef Carla Hall Minton's, hosted by chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson with guest chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Jenkins Blujeen, hosted by chef Lance Knowling with guest chef Justin Smillie Melba's, hosted by Melba Wilson with guest chef Jacques Torres and Ginny's hosted by Marcus Samuelsson with guest chefs Nyesha Arrington and Marvin Woods, with special guest Brad Johnson and honoring Thelma Golden, Director & Chief Curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem, with the first-ever Harlem EatUp! Luminary Award.

Saturday May 21st & Sunday May 22nd, 2016

THE STROLL featuring THE TASTE | THE MARKET | EATUP! MAIN STAGE
THE STROLL presented by Citi, Saturday, May 21st
THE STROLL presented by Aetna, Sunday, May 22nd
Location: Morningside Park (112th & Manhattan Avenue, New York, NY)
Time: Citi Early Access 12 noon / General Admission 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
EAT UP! SIP, SEE & HEAR! Come spend the day in Harlem's Morningside Park at The Stroll

The Taste: A VIP ticketed walk-around tasting where Harlem chefs and restaurants will serve up tasty bites of their signature menu items. Enjoy tastes from more than 35 restaurants including Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more. Sip from a wide selection of fine wines, spirits and beer as you meet fine artists and listen to music. Admission to The Taste: $80 per person (per day). Ticket includes access to unlimited food and drink, as well as access to The Market and the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage.
Guests must be 21 years or older to attend.

The Market: Come one, come all to this family-friendly experience, where a showcase of a variety of foods, as well as fine wines, beer and other beverages will be available for purchase. The Market will also feature Harlem exhibitors who will sell their specialty food, a Kids' Zone with hands-on activities, fine artists and more. Make sure to check out the culinary demos on the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage featuring both Harlem and celebrity chefs. Watch Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Joseph "JJ" Johnson, and more as they entertain, share new recipes and tips of the trade. Tickets are not required to enter The Market and all ages are welcome. Must be 21 years old to purchase wine and beer must be consumed within the wine and beer garden.

Beneficiaries
Citymeals-On-Wheels Citymeals on Wheels (citymeals.org) provides a continuous lifeline of nourishing meals and vital companionship to New York City's homebound elderly. Working in partnership with community-based organizations and senior centers, Citymeals prepares and delivers over 2 million weekend, holiday and emergency meals for more than 18,000 of our frail aged neighbors each year. Last year, over 15,000 individuals volunteered nearly 69,000 hours of their time. Since its founding in 1981, Citymeals has relied on the generosity of its Board of Directors, the City of New York, sponsors and other designated gifts to cover administrative costs. This ensures that 100 percent of all public donations will be used entirely for the preparation and delivery of meals.

Harlem Park to Park
Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) is a network of entrepreneurs committed to cultural preservation, small business and community development in Central Harlem, NYC's premiere cultural, dining, shopping, lifestyle and nightlife hub north of 110th Street. Formed in September 2009, HP2P's membership is comprised of more than 130 premiere businesses located within the geographic area of Central Park North to 145th street and Morningside Park to Marcus Garvey Park. Its mission is to encourage commerce that successfully sustains small businesses promotes the community and culture of the Village of Harlem and celebrates the neighborhood's historic CHARM.


Second Annual Harlem EatUp! Festival - Get your tickets!

NEW YORK -- The second annual Harlem EatUp! Festival is coming soon! Set for May 19 - 22, 2016, the event is featured at various Harlem locations including two days at Morningside Park.

Tickets are on sale at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Find out more about the event, in this press release from Harlem Eatup! festival organizers.

The Harlem EatUp! Festival celebrates the food, entertainment and arts that represent the spirit of Harlem while paying homage to its roots and cultural fabric.

"Last year, the entire community came together to commemorate and celebrate a neighborhood I love, Harlem, at the inaugural Harlem EatUp! festival," said Harlem EatUp! Honorary Chair President Bill Clinton. "It is an honor to be a part of this festival as it continues to gain momentum into its second year. I have been coming to Harlem for more than 45 years, and my office has been here for 15 years. This festival is truly a great representation of the remarkable people and culture that make this community so vibrant."

Among the restaurants participating in this year's festival are Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, Vinateria, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more.

"The Harlem EatUp! Festival is inspired by the community, culture, hospitality and energy that we feel here every day in Harlem," said Chef, Restaurateur and Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! Marcus Samuelsson. "Highlighting the food, art, music and culture that makes this neighborhood so vibrant, this festival continues to shine a light on the abundance of homegrown Harlem businesses and talent
right here inside of this community."

As part of its mission and dedication to Harlem, the festival's net proceeds will be donated to Harlem Park to Park and Citymeals-on-Wheels, two non-profit organizations that have a positive and
direct impact on the Harlem community.

"For the second year we will all come together to celebrate Harlem," said Herb Karlitz, Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! and President of Karlitz & Company. "Last year was truly special, with so many restaurants and artists collaborating. This year we welcome even more restaurants, celebrity chefs and sponsors."

Full event schedule is below. Tickets are available for purchase at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Twitter: @HarlemEatUp // Instagram: @HarlemEatUp // Facebook: Facebook.com/HarlemEatUp

Harlem EatUp! Full Event Schedule:
Friday May 20th, 2016

DINE IN HARLEM - A Series of Dinners celebrating Harlem
Make sure you have a seat! For one night only, an array of Harlem restaurants and chefs will host acclaimed chefs from NYC and across the country to collaborate on multi-course menus that showcase the unique feel of Harlem's landscape. Menus will be paired with wines from the Bordeaux Wine Council, and each dinner will feature dynamic Harlem artists and performers, making Dine In Harlem one of the biggest multi-room dinner parties this season. Some of these collaborative dinners include: Sylvia's, hosted by Tren'ness Woods- Black with guest chef Carla Hall Minton's, hosted by chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson with guest chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Jenkins Blujeen, hosted by chef Lance Knowling with guest chef Justin Smillie Melba's, hosted by Melba Wilson with guest chef Jacques Torres and Ginny's hosted by Marcus Samuelsson with guest chefs Nyesha Arrington and Marvin Woods, with special guest Brad Johnson and honoring Thelma Golden, Director & Chief Curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem, with the first-ever Harlem EatUp! Luminary Award.

Saturday May 21st & Sunday May 22nd, 2016

THE STROLL featuring THE TASTE | THE MARKET | EATUP! MAIN STAGE
THE STROLL presented by Citi, Saturday, May 21st
THE STROLL presented by Aetna, Sunday, May 22nd
Location: Morningside Park (112th & Manhattan Avenue, New York, NY)
Time: Citi Early Access 12 noon / General Admission 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
EAT UP! SIP, SEE & HEAR! Come spend the day in Harlem's Morningside Park at The Stroll

The Taste: A VIP ticketed walk-around tasting where Harlem chefs and restaurants will serve up tasty bites of their signature menu items. Enjoy tastes from more than 35 restaurants including Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more. Sip from a wide selection of fine wines, spirits and beer as you meet fine artists and listen to music. Admission to The Taste: $80 per person (per day). Ticket includes access to unlimited food and drink, as well as access to The Market and the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage.
Guests must be 21 years or older to attend.

The Market: Come one, come all to this family-friendly experience, where a showcase of a variety of foods, as well as fine wines, beer and other beverages will be available for purchase. The Market will also feature Harlem exhibitors who will sell their specialty food, a Kids' Zone with hands-on activities, fine artists and more. Make sure to check out the culinary demos on the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage featuring both Harlem and celebrity chefs. Watch Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Joseph "JJ" Johnson, and more as they entertain, share new recipes and tips of the trade. Tickets are not required to enter The Market and all ages are welcome. Must be 21 years old to purchase wine and beer must be consumed within the wine and beer garden.

Beneficiaries
Citymeals-On-Wheels Citymeals on Wheels (citymeals.org) provides a continuous lifeline of nourishing meals and vital companionship to New York City's homebound elderly. Working in partnership with community-based organizations and senior centers, Citymeals prepares and delivers over 2 million weekend, holiday and emergency meals for more than 18,000 of our frail aged neighbors each year. Last year, over 15,000 individuals volunteered nearly 69,000 hours of their time. Since its founding in 1981, Citymeals has relied on the generosity of its Board of Directors, the City of New York, sponsors and other designated gifts to cover administrative costs. This ensures that 100 percent of all public donations will be used entirely for the preparation and delivery of meals.

Harlem Park to Park
Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) is a network of entrepreneurs committed to cultural preservation, small business and community development in Central Harlem, NYC's premiere cultural, dining, shopping, lifestyle and nightlife hub north of 110th Street. Formed in September 2009, HP2P's membership is comprised of more than 130 premiere businesses located within the geographic area of Central Park North to 145th street and Morningside Park to Marcus Garvey Park. Its mission is to encourage commerce that successfully sustains small businesses promotes the community and culture of the Village of Harlem and celebrates the neighborhood's historic CHARM.


Second Annual Harlem EatUp! Festival - Get your tickets!

NEW YORK -- The second annual Harlem EatUp! Festival is coming soon! Set for May 19 - 22, 2016, the event is featured at various Harlem locations including two days at Morningside Park.

Tickets are on sale at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Find out more about the event, in this press release from Harlem Eatup! festival organizers.

The Harlem EatUp! Festival celebrates the food, entertainment and arts that represent the spirit of Harlem while paying homage to its roots and cultural fabric.

"Last year, the entire community came together to commemorate and celebrate a neighborhood I love, Harlem, at the inaugural Harlem EatUp! festival," said Harlem EatUp! Honorary Chair President Bill Clinton. "It is an honor to be a part of this festival as it continues to gain momentum into its second year. I have been coming to Harlem for more than 45 years, and my office has been here for 15 years. This festival is truly a great representation of the remarkable people and culture that make this community so vibrant."

Among the restaurants participating in this year's festival are Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, Vinateria, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more.

"The Harlem EatUp! Festival is inspired by the community, culture, hospitality and energy that we feel here every day in Harlem," said Chef, Restaurateur and Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! Marcus Samuelsson. "Highlighting the food, art, music and culture that makes this neighborhood so vibrant, this festival continues to shine a light on the abundance of homegrown Harlem businesses and talent
right here inside of this community."

As part of its mission and dedication to Harlem, the festival's net proceeds will be donated to Harlem Park to Park and Citymeals-on-Wheels, two non-profit organizations that have a positive and
direct impact on the Harlem community.

"For the second year we will all come together to celebrate Harlem," said Herb Karlitz, Co-Founder of Harlem EatUp! and President of Karlitz & Company. "Last year was truly special, with so many restaurants and artists collaborating. This year we welcome even more restaurants, celebrity chefs and sponsors."

Full event schedule is below. Tickets are available for purchase at www.HarlemEatUp.com.

Twitter: @HarlemEatUp // Instagram: @HarlemEatUp // Facebook: Facebook.com/HarlemEatUp

Harlem EatUp! Full Event Schedule:
Friday May 20th, 2016

DINE IN HARLEM - A Series of Dinners celebrating Harlem
Make sure you have a seat! For one night only, an array of Harlem restaurants and chefs will host acclaimed chefs from NYC and across the country to collaborate on multi-course menus that showcase the unique feel of Harlem's landscape. Menus will be paired with wines from the Bordeaux Wine Council, and each dinner will feature dynamic Harlem artists and performers, making Dine In Harlem one of the biggest multi-room dinner parties this season. Some of these collaborative dinners include: Sylvia's, hosted by Tren'ness Woods- Black with guest chef Carla Hall Minton's, hosted by chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson with guest chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Jenkins Blujeen, hosted by chef Lance Knowling with guest chef Justin Smillie Melba's, hosted by Melba Wilson with guest chef Jacques Torres and Ginny's hosted by Marcus Samuelsson with guest chefs Nyesha Arrington and Marvin Woods, with special guest Brad Johnson and honoring Thelma Golden, Director & Chief Curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem, with the first-ever Harlem EatUp! Luminary Award.

Saturday May 21st & Sunday May 22nd, 2016

THE STROLL featuring THE TASTE | THE MARKET | EATUP! MAIN STAGE
THE STROLL presented by Citi, Saturday, May 21st
THE STROLL presented by Aetna, Sunday, May 22nd
Location: Morningside Park (112th & Manhattan Avenue, New York, NY)
Time: Citi Early Access 12 noon / General Admission 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
EAT UP! SIP, SEE & HEAR! Come spend the day in Harlem's Morningside Park at The Stroll

The Taste: A VIP ticketed walk-around tasting where Harlem chefs and restaurants will serve up tasty bites of their signature menu items. Enjoy tastes from more than 35 restaurants including Sylvia's, Red Rooster, Melba's, Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Cecil, BLVD Bistro, Blujeen, Row House, and so many more. Sip from a wide selection of fine wines, spirits and beer as you meet fine artists and listen to music. Admission to The Taste: $80 per person (per day). Ticket includes access to unlimited food and drink, as well as access to The Market and the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage.
Guests must be 21 years or older to attend.

The Market: Come one, come all to this family-friendly experience, where a showcase of a variety of foods, as well as fine wines, beer and other beverages will be available for purchase. The Market will also feature Harlem exhibitors who will sell their specialty food, a Kids' Zone with hands-on activities, fine artists and more. Make sure to check out the culinary demos on the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy's on the LG Stage featuring both Harlem and celebrity chefs. Watch Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Joseph "JJ" Johnson, and more as they entertain, share new recipes and tips of the trade. Tickets are not required to enter The Market and all ages are welcome. Must be 21 years old to purchase wine and beer must be consumed within the wine and beer garden.

Beneficiaries
Citymeals-On-Wheels Citymeals on Wheels (citymeals.org) provides a continuous lifeline of nourishing meals and vital companionship to New York City's homebound elderly. Working in partnership with community-based organizations and senior centers, Citymeals prepares and delivers over 2 million weekend, holiday and emergency meals for more than 18,000 of our frail aged neighbors each year. Last year, over 15,000 individuals volunteered nearly 69,000 hours of their time. Since its founding in 1981, Citymeals has relied on the generosity of its Board of Directors, the City of New York, sponsors and other designated gifts to cover administrative costs. This ensures that 100 percent of all public donations will be used entirely for the preparation and delivery of meals.

Harlem Park to Park
Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) is a network of entrepreneurs committed to cultural preservation, small business and community development in Central Harlem, NYC's premiere cultural, dining, shopping, lifestyle and nightlife hub north of 110th Street. Formed in September 2009, HP2P's membership is comprised of more than 130 premiere businesses located within the geographic area of Central Park North to 145th street and Morningside Park to Marcus Garvey Park. Its mission is to encourage commerce that successfully sustains small businesses promotes the community and culture of the Village of Harlem and celebrates the neighborhood's historic CHARM.


Ver el vídeo: Marcus Samuelssons Guide to Harlem, NYC (Septiembre 2021).