Breakfast best at Ponty Bistro Harlem

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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 Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., New York, NY 10030 (212) 234-6474.  www.facebook.com/PontyBistroHarlem.

New Harlem Bar Angel of Harlem

 The new bar features Caribbean-inspired cocktails and Latin food.

HARLEM — The owner of Corner Social teamed up with the owner of Midtown’s Galway Pub to open a new bar.

Angel of Harlem, at 2272 Frederick Douglass Blvd., features Latin and Caribbean food with full bar and island-inspired drinks that feature Ting cocktails and sorrel mojitos.

“We had really positive feedback last night,” said co-owner Eimear Conway. “People said it was something missing in the area.”

“The core of our business and our business model is more of a bar,” she said. “There are tons of restaurants but there is no real bar scene.”

“We are not here to change the neighborhood we are here to enhance the best of it,” Angelone said. “We make sure to employ from the neighborhood. I think that’s the core of why this works. People of the neighborhood they come in and feel represented.”


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What can $1,300/Month Rent You in New York City

Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various NYC neighborhoods, recently compared options including Harlem.

“In Harlem, a one-bedroom apartment is asking $1,300/month with no fee. It could be a lot smaller, although the kitchen is definitely not great. ↑ In Bay Ridge, a freshly painted one-bedroom apartment is going for $1,350/month with utilities included. It has bay windows and nice kitchen cabinetry. 100-Square-Foot Upper West Side Rental Is So Sad It Hurts.  For $1,150/Month, Is This Sad St. Marks Place Studio Livable? See a 390-Square-Foot Studio Morph Into 5 Different Rooms ↑ This Gowanus “ground floor” studio makes up for being a straight-up windowless basement by including access to a lovely backyard, with is shared with the other two units in the building. It’s asking $1,350/month. ↑ And in Ditmas Park, a studio apartment with new kitchen appliances is asking $1,350/month with no fee. It has a couple closets and one fairly large window. “


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Summer Sizzles on Lenox Avenue Restaurant Crawl

Summer Sizzles on Lenox Avenue

“Summer Sizzles on Lenox” restaurant crawl /food and drink event organized and presented by Experience: Harlem and Harlem Park to Park, comes to Harlem again this Summer, featuring  great Harlem restaurants along Lenox Avenue,  Tuesday, July 21st.

Visit Harlem Restaurant Row for more great Harlem Restaurants.

Tickets:

$10 at the door
2-for-1 in advance (online only)

Summer Sizzles on Lenox Avenue

Participating Summer Sizzles on Lenox Restaurants:

Babbalucci 331 Lenox Ave

Barawine 200 Lenox Ave

Chéri 231 Lenox Ave

Corner Social 321 Lenox Ave

Cove Lounge 325 Lenox Ave

Harlem Shake 100 W 124th St

Lenox Saphire 341 Lenox Ave

LaBodega 47 161 Lenox Avenue

NiLu 191 Lenox Ave

Red Rooster Harlem 310 Lenox Ave

Ristorante Settepani 196 Lenox Ave

Sylvia’s Restaurant 328 Lenox Ave

Sponsors:
Carver Bank
Harlem Community Development Corporation
Hendrick’s Gin

Charlie Lewis, Warburg Realty

Day of event check in location: NiLu 191 Lenox Ave

Photo booth: La Bodega 47 (118th St & Lenox)


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