Trending in Harlem: Vestibules

I first noticed this trend when visiting Amy Ruth’s when I first moved to Harlem. Then a few years ago as Harlem Tavern settled into the neighborhood. And now more recently with several nabe newbies – hip local watering hole Harlem Food Bar and the elegant and tasty Jado Sushi.

The concept of extending the indoors to the out-of-doors in a modest or spectacular yet always tasteful and utilitarian manner is on point in Harlem!

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3 Responses to Trending in Harlem: Vestibules

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for featuring our vestibule. It is a must-have in winter for any restaurants in the city, unless you have a real built-in vestibule. It’s fun to observe various vestibule designs that reflect style and personality of the restaurants. Nobu, the owner of Jado Sushi.

  2. Harlem House says:

    Thanks for your comment! Very true.

  3. Chris Jackson says:

    Businesses do it during the winter to keep the businesses warm. So when people enter, the inside patrons aren’t hit with a gush of cold air. Glad Harlem establishments are being considerate! Once the Spring/Summer comes the vestibules will be taken down.

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