Marie Zoumanigui’s NYC Guide

“This Black History Month, I’m thrilled to join forces with Park Lane New York to craft a guide dedicated to celebrating diversity, culture, and entrepreneurship.” – Marie @PetiteMarieNYC

1 Bayab Gin

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"Let's kick things off with Bayab, a crafted gem straight from South Africa by Chris Frederick and Damola Timeyin of Spearhead Spirits. Every sip takes you on a voyage through Africa's botanical wonders. Experience the exclusive "One Love" cocktail at Rose Lane in Park Lane, showcasing Bayab's African
Rose Water Gin." - Marie

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2 Justice of the Pies


"Elevate your Rose Lane experience by pairing your meal with a heavenly slice of Salted Caramel Peach Pie or German Chocolate Pecan Pie from Justice of the Pies, founded by the talented Chef Maya Camille-Broussard." - Marie

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"Now, let's talk fashion with Andrea Iyamah! The contemporary brand, founded by Nigerian designer Andrea Dumebi Iyamah, is known for its striking swimwear and ready-to-wear collections that beautifully marry bold aesthetics with cultural influences. They recently opened a location in SoHo, NYC, which is worth a visit." - Marie

4 Ami Colé

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"As a natural beauty enthusiast, the brand Ami Colé is one that I love. Founded by the Senegalese, Harlem - born Diarrha N'Diaye - Mbaye, Ami Colé is a trailblazing beauty brand committed to celebrating diverse skin tones." - Marie

5 Cafe Rue Dix

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"Heading over to Crown Heights, Brooklyn, Cafe Rue Dix is where Senegalese warmth meets Parisian flair. Owned by Nilea Alexander and Lamine Diagne, it's a delightful fusion of traditional Senegalese dishes and classic French fare, offering a unique culinary experience. One of my favorite dishes is Thiebou Djeun, Senegal's national dish, and a must - try when you visit." - Marie

6 Cloudy Donut

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"And last but not least, we've got Cloudy Donut, founded by Derrick Faulcon. It's not just any donut shop; it's the first Black - owned business in Brooklyn Heights, NY. Offering 100% vegan delights in 44 flavors, it's a sweet spot worth checking out in Baltimore, MD, and NoLita, NY." - Marie

7 Discover More

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"Discover more of Park Lane New York’s Black History Month activations and let them be your gateway to a month filled with culture, flavor, and meaningful encounters." - Marie

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