After speaking with the owner Angela, she informed us that Harlem Savour’s Facebook page, Website, Twitter and ability to text in your order will be up and running shortly. Their Facebook Page is expected to be up by tomorrow and text-to-order by Friday.
She also informed us that they will have outdoor tables this summer which will be a nice addition for extra seating. There will be a bar as well and they are in the process of getting their liquor license.
I already like how tech savvy this place is and that you will be able to call or text in your order.
For all of you seafood lovers a new addition to Frederick Douglass Boulevard just opened called Harlem Savour Of Seafood, Inc. Very reasonably priced with a simple but tasteful selection.
All the dishes are named after the famous Streets of Harlem. Great idea! You can order a three Piece Catfish & Grits plate called “The Frederick” for $6.50. They also have two Lobster Tails with your choice of two sides called “116th Street” for $20.00. That is the most expensive thing on the menu. I ordered “The St. Nick” which is one chicken breast and grits on the Harlem’s Breakfast section of the menu. Tasted very good. There are several tables for eating your lunch/dinner there in the restaurant. I have a feeling this place will do very well with the take-out and delivery crowd as well. I’m looking forward to ordering takeout from them again this week.
It is great to have a new Seafood Restaurant here in Harlem on Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Welcome to the neighborhood.
Stop in and check it out.
(The very nice owner Angela, informed me that she will have a facebook site posted hopefully later tonight or within a couple days.)
Although Central Harlem is lined with an array of stores, you’ll have to peek around the southeast corner on 117th St. and Lenox Avenue to find this Petland store. If you walk about a ½ block down the street, you’ll enter into the store and a friendly face will greet you. As I searched for a few items for my cats, I decided to take a closer look at all the animals.
Yes, you’ll find your standard rodents, birds, and fish but there were a few interesting residents in the fish tanks. I noticed some Albino Underwater Frogs racing back and forth and Glass Catfish displaying their transparent bodies. Towards the back of the store are the chirping/squawking birds and right next to them are those nocturnal creatures attempting to catch up on their sleep. Rolled up in furry balls are the hamsters, guinea pigs, chinchillas, gerbils, and a rabbit.
The best part is seeing the children fascinated by, albeit a little wary, the less receptive animals. There’s quite a selection of supplies, food, and basic necessities packed in this relatively small area. The prices were competitive with some of the larger pet stores and the staff is more than willing to assist you. As you exit the store, there’s a bulletin board listing a variety of pet services. If you happened to leave with more items than anticipated, the No. 2 and 3 subway station and several bus lines are nearby.