Gotta craving for some Tacos like carne asada, pork belly, chicken and cod? Mhmm, yummy right?!  Luckily for you, Jarobi has got you covered

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Jarobi White, chef and member of hip-hop group called, “A Tribe Called Quest”, launched “Tribe Taco Tuesdays” at Bed-Vyne Cocktail earlier this month, serving up different varieties of food and beats.


The idea came into existence in order to collaborate with his movement, “Eats, Rhymes and Life,” which integrate his culinary skills and love for music.

“I call it the total hip-hop approach. I’ll cook at a spot and remix their menus,” White said. “It’s like going on a food tour.”

The crowd in Bed-Stuy is becoming pretty diverse. They’re coming in droves and people have been loving it.

Fortunately, White does not let the grill get in his way from other projects. He is currently working on a solo project and second album as a member of hip-hop duo EvitaN.

Jarobi_White-300x300The 43-year-old who lives in Bed-Stuy, pursued a culinary career after leaving his rap group in the early ’90s. Most recently, he worked as a chef at August NYC and got involved with many summer BBQ’s.

Bed-Vyne Cocktail at 305 Halsey St. is hosting Tribe Taco Tuesdays on July 7 and July 21 starting at 5 p.m; menu offerings range from $2-$10. For more information, visit the Eats, Rhymes and Life website.


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