Located in Fort Greene, Imani Caribbean Kitchen is a piece of The Caribbean Island in the heart of Brooklyn.
While adding to the vibrant tradition of Brooklyn’s culinary scene, IMANI marks a return to the home cooked meal. The menu is a product of traditional Caribbean flavors and a little Brooklyn flare.
Typical offerings involve daily market specials, jerk spices, comfort food and rum cocktails. We aspire to become a favorite of the Fort Greene community; a locally-sourced restaurant where our fresh ingredients speak for themselves
271 Adelphi Street
Brooklyn, New York, NY 11205
Mon-Fri 12pm - 5pm
Mon-Thur 5pm - 11pm
Fri-Sat 5pm - Midnight
Sunday 5pm - 11pm
Sat-Sun 11am -4pm
Whether you require corporate catering or are planning a private event Imani will always able to accommodate you, let us create your perfect experience together.
Large Party Dinners
Imani is able to accommodate parties of 10-15 guests at a single table in a nonprivate setting with several prix fixe menus served either family-style or a la carte. The menu selections highlight our signature dishes, and are priced at multiple price points, exclusive of beverage (charged upon consumption), tax, and staff gratuity (20%).
Imani hosts a variety of private events in both the ground-floor restaurant and the upstairs dining room and open private patio. Events at Imani typically take the format of a cocktail reception with passed appetizers, a seated dinner served family-style, or a combination of the two.
Our buyout price structure is dependent on the date and time of the event. Buyout pricing can be furnished upon client confirmation of the following:
• Date of event
• Start time and end time of event
• Number of guests
• Requested food and beverage arrangement
While it is possible to host a private event in the upstairs space without a downstairs buyout, it is not possible to privatize the downstairs without the price reflecting a two floor buyout (as there is no separate entrance for the downstairs upstairs)
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Banta, the Head Chef at Woodlands & Imani in Brooklyn, New York had a thing for Caribbean food the first time that he tried it, especially Jamaican food. This developed one day when he was in New York and got a load of Jerk chicken only for $5 at a takeaway. It was the aromatic and distinct spices that fascinated him. Chef originates from Mali, West Africa, but gained his culinary skills in France.