Supporting Small Business: Taste of Africa Popup Market April 24 & 25

 "Taste of Africa", which is a part of the AFRICAN RESTAURANT WEEK movement.
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On Saturday April 24th, and Sunday April 25th, in Brooklyn, there will be another celebration of a "Taste of Africa," which is part of the AFRICAN RESTAURANT WEEK movement.

This weekend join the businesses and vendors who will be participating in the Taste of Africa popup Market #supportsmallbusiness SHOP + EAT + SUPPORT SMALL BUSINESSES.

Location - Wellness Tea Therapy Studio in Brooklyn at 525 Nostrand Avenue. Date - Saturday & Sunday April 24 & 25, 2021 Time - 11am - 6pm on both days.

Special Birthday Promo Discounts by Vendors

  • For those born between April 15 and May 15
  • Those not born between April 15 and May 15 may still enjoy special birthday promo if buying for celebrant in attendance.

SHOP LOCAL - Vendors across food, wellness, accessories, fashion, beauty and more.


NOTE - All guests must wear a mask - the event will be fully compliant with all COVID-19 guidelines.

Support Culture and Small Businesses!

AFRICAN RESTAURANT WEEK is an opportunity to help boost the local economy, come together to celebrate the food, people and culture of the African Diaspora and support the various local restaurants, chefs, caterers, cafes and various small businesses in our community.

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