Bridge Street Development Corporation will wind down its Feast BedStuy series with a grand foodie celebration along Bedford Avenue in Central Brooklyn. The foodie crawl will highlight the neighborhood's best restaurants and bars across an 11-block strip, including Bedford Hall, Bombay Heights, Corner Grind, Joloff, Napoleon Southern Cuisine & Bakery, Oaxaca Taqueria, Pilar Cuban Eatery and Stop Time.

Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) June 14, 2016

After a successful two-year run, Bridge Street Development Corporation is gearing up to wind down its Feast BedStuy food crawl along Bedford Avenue, Tuesday, June 21 along Bedford Avenue. The neighborhood's best restaurants and bars, along with select food trucks, will join in on the fun, offering mouthwatering appetizer and dinner specials and happy hour tastings.

The Feast BedStuy: Bedford Avenue edition food and beverage tour is sure to be a foodie's delight, with menu options ranging from Senegalese and Indian to soul food and Mexican. Participating venues include Bedford Hall, Bombay Heights, Corner Grind, Joloff, Napoleon Southern Cuisine & Bakery, Oaxaca Taqueria, Pilar Cuban Eatery and Stop Time. Food trucks will also be stationed along the strip, including The Jerk Shop, Miss Holly's Smokehouse, Cuzin’s Duzin and La Bella Torte.

In addition, music will be provided by DJ Jamed and DJ Internal Affairs (aka Rennie) along with a special happy hour tasting at Bedford Hall.

“Feast Bedstuy is more than a foodie crawl, it’s a celebration of neighborhood businesses and residents,” said Imelba Rodriguez, Senior Program Director for Bridge Street. “We are proud to have played a part in helping to revitalize our business corridors and positively impact businesses through increased awareness.”

Funded by a New York City Department of Small Business Services grant, the Bedford Avenue crawl is the last in a series of neighborhood crawls hosted over the past two years to highlight Central Brooklyn as a culinary destination via the district’s small businesses combined with the lush spirit and unique characteristics of the historic neighborhood.

Bridge Street’s Feast BedStuy: Bedford Avenue takes place Tuesday, June 21, from 6-9pm. Look for the official Feast BedStuy signage on store windows to join the crawl or to enjoy Feast BedStuy at your own pace.

The event is free and open to the public. To RSVP or for more information, visit http://www.bsdcorp.org/feastbedstuy.

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About Bridge Street Development Corporation
Founded in 1995, Bridge Street Development Corporation (BSDC) is a faith-based, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization which evolved out of Bridge Street AWME Church’s more than 200-year-long history of community service. Now an independently-operated community development corporation, its mission is to build partnerships with businesses, government, and other community stakeholders to provide civic and economic opportunities to the residents of Central Brooklyn. BSDC’s diverse programming includes the development of affordable housing and commercial space; educational workshops on financial literacy, budgeting, first time home ownership and more; empowering residents through education, advocacy and crime prevention; and health, wellness and recreational services for senior citizens. http://www.bsdcorp.org

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