We welcome Lolo’s Seafood Shack to the Street Festival this year!
The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 07/14/2018
from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.
please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com
or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001
About Lolo’s Seafood Shack
Your next island getaway just got a lot closer! Executive Chef Raymond Mohan and Restaurateur Leticia Young opened LoLo’s Seafood Shack in the Winter of 2014. LoLo’s Seafood Shack serves up a variety of seafood from the coastal comfort foods of the Cape like sauced shrimp to Caribbean street eats like our crunchy conch fritters. LoLo’s is a NY Times Critic pick that has been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, Eater, Potluck Video, The Infatuation, NY Post, NY Daily News, NY Magazine, Nation’s Restaurant News, Refinery 29, Food & Wine, Village Voice and Zagat among others. . For more information about LoLo’s and it’s upcoming bar opening please contact LoLo’s creator and co-owner, Leticia Skai Young at 646. 649.3356 or Leticia@lolosseafoodshack.com
ISLAND TIME HOSPITALITY SEEKS TO CREATE TRANSPORTIVE AND UPLIFTING DINING EXPERIENCES THOUGH OUR PEOPLE IN THE VARIOUS HOSPITALITY CONCEPTS, AND CONSUMER PACKAGED GOODS WE DEVELOP. WE CREATE RESTAURANT CONCEPTS THAT BECOME UNIQUE GATHERING PLACES AT THE CROSSROADS OF EVERY COMMUNITY WE SERVE AND INVEST IN.
TAKING OUR INSPIRATION FROM OUR AUTHENTIC PASSION FOR CULTURE, GLOBAL TRAVEL AND THE CULINARY ARTS, OUR MISSION AT LOLO’S SEAFOOD SHACK IS TO PROVIDE FRESHLY COOKED QUALITY INGREDIENTS WITH AUTHENTIC FLAVORS TO THE MASSIVE VIA FAST AND FRIENDLY SERVICE AT ACCESSIBLE PRICES.
Growing up on a market street in Guyana, Raymond would go to the market everyday with his mother to shop for the family. Raymond fell in love with the foods in the market and enormous diversity of ingredients being offered. Today, Chef Raymond continues to find inspiration in the markets of New York City and the many seasonal culinary opportunities they represent which led him to complete his Culinary Degree at the New York Restaurant School. Having amassed invaluable experience in some of the top kitchens, as well as through his extensive travel and dedication to furthering his education. Chef Mohan spent his first four years in the industry as an apprentice under renowned chefs, Wayne Nish at March Restaurant; Jean-Georges Vongerichten at Vong; David Burke at Park Avenue Café and Christian Delouvrier at Les Celebrities. In 1996, he was hired as Chef de Cuisine at Patria restaurant in New York City, under Chef Douglas Rodriguez. Chef Mohan and Chef Rodriguez have a shared passion and philosophy for Latin cuisine and in addition to Patria, they have worked together at Aquarella Puerto Rico; Pipa, a Spanish tapas bar in New York, and Chicama, a Peruvian ceviche bar in New York. Chef Mohan also directed the opening of Alma de Cuba alongside Chef Rodriguez and the Starr Group in Philadelphia before opening Plantain, his own Latin-Caribbean restaurant in New York, which was open for three years.
LOLO’S SEAFOOD SHACK + SUGAR HILL CULTURE CLUB
COLLABORATED TO DESIGN NEW CREW UNIFORMS THAT CAPTURE LOLO’S PREPPY STREET STYLE
The Original Caribbean + Cape Cod Mashup!
303 W. 116th st off 8th Avenue
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