NYC Graffiti Dining

Submitted by ub on Mon, 09/12/2016 - 23:46

There is one more rose in Spanish Harlem, where I met up with an old friend and journalist Isolda Peguero, La Periodista, as well as meeting new ones. But if you can, try them this weekend to enjoy fine tapas and delicious botanas, along with an open air ambiance. BE King

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Just in time for the celebration on September 15 and 16. This weekend many Central American nations commemorate their Act of Independence: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Mexico which declare their control from the Spanish Empire.

El Kallejon is a colorful Mexican owned delight, which is located 209 E 117 street in East Harlem offering fine outdoor dining, live music, along with a special culture class.

The prevalence of smartphones and high-speed internet has opened up a wealth of new options, as local event organizers reach out to a wider audience on the web.

Big data analytics could also have a big impact on the leisure industry, as Big data allows many savvy business owners to personalize the offers made to customers, cater to their individual needs, thus increasing the likelihood of sharing a pleasant experience and many return visits.

So as tech continues changing leisure time in NYC and elsewhere, offering more choice, individual control, and interesting information, you may wish to visit El Kallejon.

Also, like them on Facebook Yelp, so be sure to Google them.