By HarlemGuy Care of Society Cafe in Harlem
By HarlemGuy Props to our local Dunkin’ Donuts which opened for business this Sunday morning on FDB between 113 and 114, following Hurricane Irene. As of 10am this morning, nothing else is open from 110 to 116 on FDB this… Continue Reading →
By HarlemGuy Harlem has a flood risk zone per the latest maps we’ve inspected. So please take appropriate cautions of you live in or near the area, or have any friends or family at risk. If you are curious about… Continue Reading →
By HarlemGuy Questans, (see HarlemHouse’s previous review), our beloved music- infused seafood restaurant and bar, is undergoing a transformation. I stopped by today and learned that Questans is transforming into a seafood store where not only can you get fresh… Continue Reading →
By HarlemGuy We learned last night while partying there that Red Rooster’s downstairs lounge is undergoing a renovation and won’t be open until October. We look forward to the grand (re)opening.
By HarlemGuy If you are looking for a good Summer read during the next few remaining weeks of Summer in Harlem, pick up a copy of Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts Harlem is Nowhere. This is her first book which originated as a newspaper article…. Continue Reading →
By HarlemGuy When I first moved to Harlem the closest thing to Fairway, Citarellas, Best Yet, Costcos etc was my favorite super market called Finefare on 116th and Malcom X Boulevard (aka Lenox Avenue or Sixth Avenue) right by the two train…. Continue Reading →