****February Events at Kalye****
2/11: Card making for grand parents
2/12: 🏈 Super Bowl 🏈: ask about our party platters!
2/14: ❤️ Valentine's Week ❤️: Intimate date night spot with beer, wine and shareable bites perfect for 2.
2/17: Sip and Paint 🍷🎨
2/23: Launching of Artists Assist Initiative
Our name, Kalye, comes from the Tagalog word for "street." We chose this name to reflect our mission of bringing energy and life back into the streets of New York City by offering you a new way to experience Filipino food!
While serving delicious shumai, traditional lumpia, and inventive pork and ube sliders, Kalye doubles as an art gallery. Here, we showcase the untapped potential of local grassroots artists and those from the Philippines. By doing so, we hope to invigorate Kalye's patrons by displaying artwork from independent artists.
Not only can you enjoy the beautiful artwork in our restaurant, but you can also make a difference by purchasing it! All profits from art sales will be delivered to talented local artists. We are proud to have partnered with a non-profit organization and do not take any commission from their works – so every penny of your purchase helps support these creative individuals.
At Kalye, we believe that the combination of Filipino food, culture and community should be celebrated. We invite you to swing by our restaurant in New York City