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Chefs’ Picks: Berry Bonanza

Chefs’ Picks tracks down what the pros are eating and cooking from coast to coast. Late spring means berry season can’t be far behind. While there’s no denying the pleasure of snacking on them freshly picked, these jewels of summer… Continue Reading →

Breakfast best at Ponty Bistro Harlem

Ponty Bistro Harlem (www.pontybistroharlem.com) is  a welcome addition to Harlem.  It opens at 8 a.m. serving a full breakfast menu. The West African-inspired bistro offers a variety of eggs, pancakes, crepes and fresh fruit. Ponty Bistro Harlem www.pontybistroharlem.com.  2375 Adam… Continue Reading →

Which Harlem Restaurants Have Sidewalk and Garden Cafes

Harlem Park to Park comes to the rescue with their visually appealing  guide. All of our favorites there there!  Are yours? Harlem Park to Park (HP2P) is a neighborhood development organization of 100+ entrepreneurs committed to small business and community… Continue Reading →

HarlemEatUp at Harlem’s The Five and Diamond

As you may or may not know the Harlem EatUp! Festival was last weekend’s invitation to try one of the many Harlem restaurants.  Dinners were sponsored by many organizations and often in conjunction with guest chefs from around the country.  The event… Continue Reading →

President Bill Clinton at HarlemEatUp! Festival

  President Bill Clinton kicks-off #HarlemEatUP festival, which is now well in progress, with a great opening speech. A little bit of rain came through but it has passed and we are ready to eat some good food and try… Continue Reading →

Maison Harlem Reopening

After being shuttered for months because of a past kitchen fire, Maison Harlem at 127th and St. Nicholas planned its re-opening for Monday, April 20th.  

SpaHa Soul Restaurant in Spanish Harlem

We really loved this piece on this intimate community oriented eatery in East Harlem. At SpaHa Soul in Spanish Harlem, Camaraderie on a Plate. A tiny restaurant in East Harlem delivers conviviality and an unstylized menu that is not concerned… Continue Reading →

What cuisines would you like to see in Harlem?

One of our favorite restaurants is Thai Market.  They are adjacent to Harlem and deliver into Harlem.  They are reliable, courteous, quick, well priced, and the food is always great, always consistent in taste, quality and quantity.   I realized… Continue Reading →

Ricardo Steak House – A new perspective

We’re big fans of Ricardo Steakhouse in East Harlem. Our original review on the subject is properly amplified by the recent NYT writeup featured here. See our review Ricardo Steak House in East Harlem.

Spend New Year’s Eve 2015 in Harlem!

No need to leave Harlem for NYE 2015,  celebrate at your favorite watering hole, restaurant or club in Harlem!  Last year almost every spot up and down Frederick Douglass Blvd (Harlem Restaurant Row), Lenox Ave and everything in-between held festive… Continue Reading →

Review: Barawine Harlem – Great space and food

I finally had a chance to dine at Barawine in Harlem one chilly quiet weekday evening.  I had an incredible experience. Barawine is located in the space formerly occupied by Harlem’s first and short-lived caviar bar.   The venue is… Continue Reading →

Harlem Review – Harlem Food Bar – Fried Chicken

We stopped by HFB on Thursday to try the fried chicken after hearing the buzz about it and we were so happy we did.  Wow!.. and I’m not kidding. The chicken was D-licious.  Moist, tasty and crispy but not greasy.  It… Continue Reading →

Harlem Condo Life Review – Boulevard Bistro (BLVD)

My husband, daughter and I recently ate dinner at Boulevard Bistro and enjoyed it a lot.  We had a booth table which was comfortable and the decor and service were great.  There was a large party next to us who… Continue Reading →

RICHARD PARSONS’ THE CECIL NAMED 2014 BEST RESTAURANT IN AMERICA BY ESQUIRE MAGAZINE

RICHARD PARSONS’ THE CECIL NAMED 2014 BEST RESTAURANT IN AMERICA BY ESQUIRE MAGAZINE First Time a Harlem, NY Restaurant Awarded​ This Title On Tuesday evening Esquire Magazine will unveil the winners of their first annual American Food & Drink Awards at The Cecil in… Continue Reading →

RICHARD PARSONS’ THE CECIL NAMED 2014 BEST RESTAURANT IN AMERICA BY ESQUIRE MAGAZINE

RICHARD PARSONS’ THE CECIL NAMED 2014 BEST RESTAURANT IN AMERICA BY ESQUIRE MAGAZINE First Time a Harlem, NY Restaurant Awarded​ This Title On Tuesday evening Esquire Magazine will unveil the winners of their first annual American Food & Drink Awards at The Cecil in… Continue Reading →

Which Harlem Restaurants Deliver?

Many Harlem restaurants have embraced home delivery.  Some take your call directly. Others subscribe to one or more services, like Seamless, Grubhub and Delivery.com, to name a few. Most restaurants handle food delivery well.  Some are excellent at it (Harlem… Continue Reading →

Introducing Miss Harlem Shake 2014 Ijeoma Eboh

Photo credit Will Vaultz Photography After launching the Miss Harlem Shake contest in May and meeting over 50 wonderful worthy contenders, a winner was crowned on Saturday, September 13! One hundred guests, 8 Harlem-based judges and five semi-finalists witnessed Ijeoma Eboh receive the… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s La Bodega 47 Social Club is on Opentable

Harlem’s La Bodega 47 Social Club is now available for reservations on Opentable. Click here to book your reservation today! Related articles Harlem Eateries ‘Sizzle’ With Summer Sampling La Bodega 47 Social Club Opens with a Bang in Harlem

Harlem’s Miss Harlem Shake 2014 Contest Down to 9 Semi-Finalists

The Miss Harlem Shake 2014 contest continues and now it’s time for the people to vote for their favorite contender!  If you missed the latest on ABC News check it out here! After receiving over 55 applications, Harlem Shake, a… Continue Reading →

Restaurant Review: Flat Top

I recently went to Flat Top with my brother and daughter and we enjoyed it very much. I enjoyed it so much that I went back the following week with my husband and daughter. The first time I shared the… Continue Reading →

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