Tap Harlem Harvest Festival Draws Thousands
More than 2,000 people packed a stretch of St. Nicholas Avenue uptown NYC earlier this month for Tap Harlem Harvest, where they were treated to free food, entertainment and shopping from local vendors.
The first annual event also included a bake-off and a paid wine, spirits and beer tasting.
Vendors included Celeste Beatty, of the Harlem Brewery, who said she wanted to celebrate the spirit and legacy of Harlem by participating.
“This is as close to craft and community as you can get,” Beatty said. “We wanted to make sure that we were present, and people know that we’re here. That there are still people in Harlem who love and care about its history.”
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