To help celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of the Lehigh Valley is organizing three restaurant weeks that focus specifically on Hispanic food in an effort to promote Latino cuisine throughout the Lehigh Valley.
“The Hispanic Chamber is proud to celebrate our Hispanic Heritage all month long,” said HCCLV Board Chair AJ Suero. “This year’s series of Latino Restaurant Week celebrations will shine a spotlight on the places and spaces that bring joy to our community by giving life to the flavors of our Hispanic culture.”
Latino Restaurant Week Lehigh Valley will be held over three weeks in the Valley’s three major cities.
It will be held in Bethlehem Sept. 15-23; in Allentown Sept. 23-30, in conjunction with the 2022 Pennsylvania Latino Convention and in Easton Sept. 30-Oct. 7.
“Not only will this initiative highlight our Latino restaurants and delicious food all throughout the Lehigh Valley, but it will also give an economic boost to the small restaurants in our community,” said Danielle Joseph, executive vice president of diversity councils for the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber is still compiling a list of participating restaurants
More information can be found on the Hispanic Chamber’s webpage: thehispanicchamber.org.
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated nationally from September 15 through October 15.