El Barrio has a long history of using its streets as gathering spaces: Join us to continue the legacy with Open Streets 2024. Each Saturday, there’s outdoor dining, live music and family fun — plus splashing in the hydrant when the temps get high!

Lexington Avenue in the lower 100s is known as East Harlem’s “Restaurant Row” — with cuisines including Mexican, Brazilian, Thai and Italian, plus seafood, barbecue, juices, coffee and wine. And yes, one shop each dedicated exclusively to mousse, carrot cake and ice cream.

See the Open Streets lineup for the full schedule, which each week includes Storytime at 2 p.m., Craft Time at 3 p.m. and Live Music starting at 5 p.m.

Make plans to grab lunch and dinner at any of the eateries nearby:

Au Jus Oklahoma BBQ

Bar Goyana & Cafe D’Anvers

Burritos Y Mas

Chu Ros Thai

El Tepeyac Taqueria & Dalila’s Tacos

Effy’s Kitchen

Frenchy Coffee & Healthy Frenchy

Lexington Pizza Parlour

Lloyd’s Carrot Cake

Plue Thai

Rosenthal Wine Merchant

Sugar Hill Creamery

Alison & Ona Wines & Spirits

East Harlem Bottling Co. & Perch Cocktail Bar

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