More and more celebrities continue to flock to Harlem New York. Neil Patrick Harris Harlem days aren’t over—in fact, they’re just about to begin! Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka who recently purchased property in Harlem in 2013, “Officially” move to New York.
The Burtka-Harris family is trading sunny California for Harlem, NY. Neil told Us Weekly last year “Our plan is to reroute ourselves and have our kids start to go to school here. Neil is also starring in Broadway’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
I hope that many of the new hot and hoppin restaurants located on Harlem’s Restaurant Row, Vinateria, Harlem Food Bar, The Cecil, Maison Harlem, Cedric Bistro, The 5 and Diamond, Melbas, Jado Sushi, The Park 112, and all the many other great spots throughout New York, will extend child friendly accommodations. Two places in particular that are very kid friendly in Harlem are Bier International on FDB and Harlem Shake NYC on Lenox Avenue.
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Happy Easter Harlem from all of us here at HarlemCondoLife. With Easter being such an important holiday for many of us here in Harlem (and around the globe) we hope you have a healthy and happy Easter with your family, friends and loved ones. And take a little time to reflect and give thanks. Be grateful for today and every day and for those less fortunate than you, send some extra love their way. For those of you also going to church this morning, where are you having your Easter Sunday lunch/dinner? Get ready Harlem, it is going to be a busy and blessed day!
Thank you to all of our loyal readers and followers here at Harlem Condo Life after all these years. We are happy and grateful to be able to help contribute our little part to the Harlem community at large. We will continue to keep our blog and content positive, enjoyable and informative. The original founders of HarlemCondoLife, HarlemCondoLife.com, @HarlemHCL are all still here (minus one) and we are HarlemGuy, NativeNewYorker, HarlemHouse and ICare4Harlem. We are grateful to our guest bloggers who add various posts, breaking news and their own perspective and views on issues whenever they are able to help us out. As we say in our Bio, “We remain a group of friends from diverse backgrounds living in Harlem and sharing news and events with our community and around the globe. Harlem is universal. It is an identity known throughout the world.” We are happy and blessed to be part of Harlem.
Posted in Announcements about HCL, Apollo Theater, Community, East Harlem, Harlem, Holiday, New York City, South Harlem (SOHA), West Harlem Tagged with: 67 Orange Street, Amy Ruth's, bier international, Billie's Black, Cedric Bistro, Chez Lucienne, Chocolat Restaurant and Lounge, Harlem Food Bar, Harlem Tavern, Jado Sushi, Les Ambassades Bar & Restaurant, Lido Italian Restaurant and Bar, Londel's Supper Club, Maison Harlem, Melba's, Miss Mamiie's Spoonbread Too, Red Rooster, Sylvia's, The 5 and Diamond, The Corner Social
A reader of HarlemCondoLife informed us about a new 100,000 square-foot development that will be opening at 301-303 125th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. The four story building will include a DSW discount shoe store, Joe’s Crab Shack restaurant and Blink Fitness expected to be finished in 2013. With a Red Lobster opening up next to the Apollo Theater we will soon have two new seafood restaurants on 125th Street.
We recently wrote about the plans for a Whole Foods to be one of many new businesses coming into the development to be built in the vacant lot on 125th Street and Lenox Avenue. With the landmark Apollo Theater and all of the traffic that it brings from all over the city I imagine this will only increase this busy 125th Street area. WIth the heavily trafficked restaurants on Lenox Avenue, Red Rooster, Sylvia’s, Corner Social and the newly opened Les Ambassades there are plenty of great restaurants to eat at after an afternoon of shopping. Also Cedric Bistro and Billie’s Black on 119th Street and too many restaurants to list on Frederick Douglass Boulevard which is now referred to as Harlem’s Restaurant Row.
Harlem’s 125th Street is a dynamic retail neighborhood with a wide variety of restaurants and a tremendous amount of foot traffic surrounding the area. With subway lines on both Lenox Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard, the amount of retail space, community residents and colleges in the surrounding area it is not surprising that Harlem is starting to attract more chain retailers.
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For those of you who may have missed this, here is a great write up on many of the new restaurants, lounges and bars that have opened here in Harlem on Frederick Douglass Boulevard, Lenox Avenue and other Streets. In reading this review Harlem’s Foodie Renaissance by David Kaufman you really see the variation of choices and how many options we now have. Just to name a few (and ones that we have also written about and reviewed) are Cove Lounge, Corner Social, Bier International, Harlem Tavern, Harlem Food Bar, Jado Sushi, Cedric Bistro and Bad Horse Pizza.
As we have said before Harlem is a Hot Spot and has everything you need. There is really no need to go below 110th Street anymore all of your needs can be found right here in Harlem.
Support your local Harlem restaurants and businesses and continue to help them to grow and get the recognition that they deserve in articles like this.
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It won’t be long now. Good things come to those who wait. The highly anticipated Cedric Bistro which resides in the old “Mojo” space on 119th Street and St. Nicholas is barreling along with construction for a summer grand opening. An inside source at Cedric tells us that it could be as soon as early next month. See my previous post
Originally it was scheduled to open in June but like everything else around here from condominiums to restaurants, construction delays are pushing things back. Not too much longer now though.
We will be following their progress closely and bringing you exclusive first hand information as it develops.
Posted in Art and Culture, bier international, business, Celebrity, Community, Drink, Food, Harlem, Harlem Tavern, Music, New York City, Real Estate, Restaurants Tagged with: 119th Street, Billie's Black, Cedric, Cedric Bistro, Cedric Harlem, Cedric Lecendre, French, French Bistro, french cuisine, Harlem, HarlemCondoLife, HarlemHouse, jazz, Moca Lounge, Mojo, Philippe Delgrange, Photos by HarlemHouse, St. Nicholas, st. nicholas avenue