In 2000, two brothers, Marcus and Saw, had a vision of a place representing their culture. They dreamt to bring the flavour of a fusion of North Africa and Middle Eastern food, with bellydancers, hookah and music to New York City. That was the idear behind the birth of Le Souk in the East Village.
Le Souk hosts an army of celebrity chefs that help bring a ever perfected balance of North African cuisine with Middle Eastern with and cleverly Mediterranean influence.
Le Souk is also known for its avant-guarde taste on Music, being among the first spot in New York housing several world reknown DJs.
In 2010, Le Souk moved not too far from its original location, in the heart of the Greenwich Village keeping and maintaining its ever growing downtown vibe and style.