Finefare Grocery In Harlem

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Last Saturday HarlemGuy of HarlemCondoLife.com ventured to Finefare Supermarket.  Think of it as Harlem’s version of a Whole Foods.  Located on 116th and Lenox Ave.  It is deceptively cavernous.  Always packed.  Great prices.  Great selection.  Convenient location.  Go there…

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Good Senegalese Food in Harlem

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By Icare4Harlem This unassuming eatery, located at 256 W. 116th St. between 7th and 8th Avenues, might prompt one to wonder, “Is there really a restaurant in there?” Once you’ve crossed the threshold and wind up the staircase…

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Congratulations to President Elect Obama – Yes We Can.

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Vote Today! Harlem, NYC, USA.

       

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67 Orange Street on Frederick Douglass

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By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Harlemcondolife.com reported about a week ago about a new place on FDB, between 112th and 113th.  It seems like there is some chitter-chatter on the street and in the blog-o-sphere that this place is…

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Reflections of an Upcoming Sandwich Place

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HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Word on the Harlem street, between 112th and 113th on FDB, is that this is going to be a sandwich place. Yummy.  With the hanging of purple drapes, I assumed wine bar.  Maybe its sandwiches…

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Now is the time to buy in Harlem

As I started my Sunday routines it occurred to me that now is a great time to buy in Harlem – as many past, present and future posts in this blog will attest. Prices have remained firm. Businesses…

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Saturday In The Park In Harlem

I took a walk the other day along Morningside park in the teens and came across a refurbished playground featuring all the latest in kids recreation, including my favorite – water fountains and sprays.  The park was brimming…

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Morningside Height’s Farmers Market

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HarlemGal For HarlemCondoLife – The New York City Coalition Against Hunger recently tipped off HarlemCondoLife about a farmers market serving the community of Harlem. We decided to check it out ourselves. What we discovered…their slogan “the farm comes…

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