Tuesday - Thursday
11am - 5pm Kitchen closed at 3PM.
Friday - Sunday
8am - 8am
Celebrate Women's History Month at Bonbon Lakay!
Bonbon Lakay is celebrating Women’s History Month! Join us each weekend as we celebrate with multiple pop ups from women entrepreneurs that we know and love.
Find new vendors, discover new brands and flavors every weekend for Women's History Month!
"At Bonbon Lakay we are elated to celebrate our first Women's History Month at our new location by making space both literally and figuratively for other women owned businesses"
So far this month, we have had the poet and educator Moira Murphy come to promote her new collection of poetry with a poetry reading and book signing. We have also had VB3 Clothing come to help people show their Haitian pride with some trendy graphic tees.
Coming up next is Wearable Altar by artist Riva Nyri selling jewelry and art on March 13th. Made by Emmeline will be joining us on Saturday, March 19th. The next day Bazile Sauce will be in house sampling and selling their tasty sauces.
The final weekend Carribrew Coffee, owned by Beverly Malbranche, will be having a tea and coffee tasting and The Editorial Nail will be showcasing and selling their press on nail collection. Finally, our very own Vision Skye will be doing tarot card readings and selling her skin care line on Sunday, March 27th. All of these pop-ups will take place from 3pm to 8pm and we hope to see you there!
About Bonbon Lakay Inc.,
Founded in 2018 - Bonbon Lakay Inc, which translates into treats or cookies from home, launched with the purpose of making a little piece of Haiti available to Foodies, Haitian Culture Enthusiasts, and Haitian Diaspora everywhere. Their ultimate goal is for all products sold on the site to be made in Haiti using Haitian ingredients, promoting sustainable farming practices, leading to job creation and wealth in Haiti. Currently the site offers traditional treats made in New York City exclusively for Bonbon Lakay customers in small batches by bakeries that uphold and value their Haitian heritage. While packaged goods like coffee, and chocolate are direct from Haiti. Treats offered include Barbancourt rhum cake, peanut brittle, cashew brittle, starch cookies (a short bread cookie made primarily with starch), langue boeuf (a crispy pastry) amongst other treats.
Since launching, BonbonLakay.com has amassed both Haitian and Non-Haitian loyal customers far and wide - becoming a community of over 12,000 social media followers, email subscribers and shoppers.
A Bonbon Lakay Store & Snack Bar opened Summer 2021 in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
As the company grows a portion of the proceeds from Bonbon Lakay Inc. will be donated to Haiti based organizations working to better disadvantaged areas of Haiti.
Visit 351 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215. Shop online www.bonbonlakay.com, follow @BonbonLakay on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest