New York in the 20’s – Jazz Films at the Museum of the City of New York

by theRealHarlemista

The Museum of the City of New York is a fantastic compendium of our city’s past and present, ¬†although it sometimes lives in the shadow of New York’s other world class Museums. This Sunday, August 28th, as part of their summer film series, the museum presents “New York in the 20’s: Jazz Films” ¬†with Loren Schoenburg of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem.

Museum of the City of New York

1220 Fifth Avenue
at 103rd Street,
New York, NY 10029


Author: tharealharlemista

1 thought on “New York in the 20’s – Jazz Films at the Museum of the City of New York

  1. Hi Harlem Guy, I recently wrote this review about Cedric on Yelp and wanted to share it with you since you guys do such a great job for the community. Chocolate has been open for well over a year and does brunch and they are still ‘ordering high chairs’. Thanks!

    “We live above Cedric and are quite upset and astonished that a restaurant opens up in Harlem but is not family friendly. I asked one of the owners 2 weeks ago if they had baby chairs/high chairs and he said NO. I said do you plan to get some, and he said “ahh…maybe”. Today my friend and I swung by and asked another owner, “hey do you have high chairs/baby chair now” the answer was NO. Do you plan to get them, “maybe”. It’s surprising to me that a restaurant would open in an area where there are MANY families and not want to be family friend. In fact the building Cedric is in and all surrounding buildings have many children and it’s pity we can’t frequent our neighborhood restaurant. It’s hard to find and pay for babysitting to go out to eat at your neighborhood restaurant and don’t children go out to eat with their parents in France. Isn’t it part of the culture/ and community. My son, only 13 months, loves to dine at restaurants and we are sad that Cedric won’t be getting our business. Lido on 118 & Fredrick Douglas has excellent food and Bier International on fredrick douglas between 113 & 114 is extremely kid friendly, amid being a beer garden. Bad Horse Pizza on 120th and FDB is great as well. I hope Cedric has thought through it’s decision because if you want to be successful with a soul you need to think of your neighbors and community. They would have had my business about 3 times in the past week and a half but instead I went to one of the other restaurants in Harlem. We’ve dined with our son at Red Rooster, Mermaid Inn, Mario Batli’s restaurant and a super quaint and ‘small’ French restaurant on the UES (which has amazing food) to name a few and we find this a bit strange. Cedric, we hope you change your mind.”

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